The Graduate School's Office for Diversity & Equal Opportunity (ODEO) has developed a new research training initiative aimed at increasing the number of underrepresented minority students entering biomedical science graduate programs.
Finland leads the world in environmental sustainability, according to a 142-nation study released Feb. 4 at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF), held this year in New York.
The University's Faculty of Engineering is marking 150 years of teaching and innovation this year.
The stage of New Haven's historic Shubert Theater will be transformed into a fantasy world of sorcery, dungeons, dragons and other wild animals when the Yale Opera presents Mozart's "The Magic Flute" the weekend of Feb. 15-17.
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Memorial service for Louis Martz
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An elaborately carved crowned figure decorates the top of this 19th-century French harp, part of Yale's Collection of Musical Instruments.
Yale Opera student Krzysztof Kowaleski appears as the pan-pipe-playing bird catcher Papageno who helps a prince rescue a princess in "The Magic Flute."