Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Yale & New Haven: A Progress Report,' are now available on-line.
President Richard C. Levin announced that 18 emerging international leaders have been awarded the first Yale World Fellowships and will spend the fall 2002 semester in a new global leadership program at Yale.
World Fellows diverse in nationality and experience
A contribution by Korean business leader and Yale alumnus Seong Yawng Park has established the Kumho Visiting Professorship in Economics.
A center designed specifically to meet the needs of Yale undergraduate organizations is now open on Broadway.
The Yale Bulletin & Calendar (YB&C) is conducting an online survey designed to help the newspaper better serve its readers.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Journalists decry globalization's effect on Latin America
HUD Secretary hails spirit of volunteerism in the U.S.
Streets is reappointed as chaplain and is named acting master of Trumbull College
Research on genes upholds Darwin's theories, says Moore
With the eye of an engineer, scientist tackles problems of medicine
Exhibit explores transformations in American life
Communiversity Day 2002
Nobel laureate to present Farr Lecture at event showcasing student research
SCHOOL OF NURSING NEWS
In this year's 'showdown,' robots will demolish and build
Divinity School partners with Lutheran seminaries
Threats to nation's computer systems to be examined
Conference to explore relationship between 'apocalypse and violence'
Texas Rangers are subject of historian's talk
Juniors honored for their college spirit, contributions and talent
Ten scientists win NARSAD research grants
Edwin D. Mullen, long-time manager of purchasing, dies
Center marks retirement of noted child psychologist
Student musicians will perform works by Brahms in two May concerts
May Day concert to feature program of German music
Celebrating Earth Day
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Old Campus was aswirl with activity on April 20 as Yale welcomed area residents to its annual Communiversity Day celebration of town-gown ties, which had as its theme this year "Celebrating Our Differences Together." These Spanish dancers were among the performers from the Greater New Haven area who, along with groups from Yale, entertained visitors throughout the day.
The Reverend Frederick J. Streets has been reappointed as Yale Chaplain and named acting master of Trumbull College.