Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including "Yale & New Haven: A Progress Report," are now available on-line.
Legal Affairs, a new magazine "at the intersection of law and life" that is being published in association with the Yale Law School, will distribute its inaugural issue April 2.
The discovery of a million-year-old skull in Ethiopia indicates that a single species of human ancestor, Homo erectus, ranged from Europe to Africa to Asia in the Pleistocene era, according to the cover article in the March 21 issue of the journal Nature.
Both individual and institutional investors' confidence in the stock market remains "unshaken" in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and the Enron scandal, according to four new indexes developed by economist Robert J. Shiller for the International Center for Finance at the Yale School of Management (Yale SOM).
An exhibit commemorating both the 75th anniversary of Charles Lindbergh's historic transatlantic flight and the 100th anniversary of the famed aviator's birth will open on Friday, April 5, in the Memorabilia Room at Sterling Memorial Library.
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Academy pays tribute to noted Yale composer
Physicist's honor recognizes his research on quantum dots
New Drama Dean hails theater's ability to change lives
Non-native but common reeds in Connecticut are changing the state's natural environment, study finds
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Robert C. Johnson, former dean of the Divinity School, dies
Students win travel fellowships for summer research abroad
Graduate student forum to explore 'the art of great teaching'
Health-care experts to discuss challenges and dilemmas of 'patient-driven care'
Hellenic studies program to host conference on modern Greece
Impact of new technologies on architecture to be explored
Conference will focus on the problem of illegal logging in tropical forests
Medical anthropologists to discuss their work
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Pictured is the cover of the first issue of Legal Affairs, a new publication exploring the impact of law on the real world.
Charles Lindbergh is pictured here with his "Spirit of St. Louis," the airplane in which he made history as the first person to fly from New York to Paris. The famed aviator later donated his papers, letters, diaries and photographs to Yale.