Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Yale & New Haven: A Progress Report,' are now available on-line.
Fourteen individuals from New Haven and Yale were honored for their efforts to strengthen town-gown ties at the 23rd annual Seton Elm-Ivy Awards ceremony held on April 30.
President Richard C. Levin will strengthen and expand Yale's ties to one of the United States' nearest neighbors during a trip to Mexico this month.
In order for the United States to maintain its position as a world leader in technological advances and innovation, improvements must be made in science and engineering education, government funds for basic science research and the quality of life around the globe -- so said the speakers at a forum on May 3 celebrating the 150th anniversary of engineering at Yale.
It was no coincidence that the University's African American Studies program was launched the same year women were first admitted as undergraduates, said Yale College Dean Richard H. Brodhead in his welcoming remarks at "African American Studies and Yale: Revisiting Origins, Imagining Futures," a combination reunion and academic conference held May 3-5.
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Future of therapeutic cloning is focus of bioethics symposium
IN FOCUS: School of Forestry & Environmental Studies
Forest 'physician' contends fire is critical to health of woodlands
Event explores how humans transformed 'The Chicken'
Press director to bid farewell to venture he helped build
Committee to help search for new Yale Press director
Exhibit features noted American artist's woodcuts
Quilts by African-American women of the rural South are on view
Yale golfers and tennis players are bound for the NCAA
Long-time teacher Charles Rickart dies; helped introduce 'new math'
Sociologist Roger Gould, a specialist on conflict and violence, dies
Homebuyer Program is extended with a special incentive
Yale Library launching changes to Orbis
Yale Center for British Art temporarily closing library collections this summer
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The African American Studies weekend celebration included a tour of the Yale University Art Gallery's collections. Here, Mary Kordak, the gallery's Jan and Frederick Mayer Curator of Education, talks about the painting "Spinning by Firelight" by African-American artist Henry Ossawa Tanner (1859-1937).
School Forest Manager Alex Finkral and David Ellum, a doctoral student at F&ES, conduct a routine inspection of Yale-Myers Forest.