The Yale School of Management (SOM) has launched a pioneering business plan competition to help nonprofits become more enterprising with funding from combined grants totaling $4.5 million made by The Goldman Sachs Foundation and The Pew Charitable Trusts.
Erica Woronowicz, a Ph.D. candidate in chemistry at Yale, has been selected in a national competition to attend the 52nd Annual Meeting of Nobel Laureates and chemistry students this summer in Lindau, Germany.
In the heated battles that can ensue over medical and scientific issues as varied as mammography screenings and flu vaccines, politics is often the deciding factor in how the debate is resolved, said Gina Kolata, an award-winning New York Times science reporter, in a Feb. 11 master's tea at Davenport College sponsored by the Poynter Fellowship in Journalism.
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Erica Woronowicz, a doctoral student in chemistry, will travel to Germany this summer for a five-day meeting with Nobel Prize-
New Haven elementary students danced onstage with members of the group Konjo! during the "Cultural Caravan," a traveling show created by Yale's African American Cultural Center to teach youngsters about the history, triumphs, struggles and current events within African-American life and culture.