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President Richard C. Levin has named Susan Hockfield as the next Provost of the University. Hockfield, who was reappointed earlier this fall to a second term as dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, will succeed Alison Richard, who has been nominated as the Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge University.
Driansky and Weaver win Marshall Scholarships
Boudin and Tandon named as Rhodes Scholars
Flavell to hold Sterling chair in immunology
Lifton named as Sterling Professor of Genetics
Mellman awarded Sterling post in cell biology
The Hill Development Corporation (HDC) recently honored President Richard C. Levin for his leadership in building Yale's partnership with the City of New Haven, particularly the Hill neighborhood.
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New center will investigate cocaine use among women
Neurobiologists win prestigious Gerard Prize
Online journal brings globalization issues to a broad audience
Belated news: Ecologist Gene Likens wins national honor
Yale-developed technology predicts patients' response to drugs
Group addressing gender-related issues in academia
Renovation of Yale Art Gallery building to begin this summer
'One Day at a Time' series to explore impact of civil rights struggle on average Americans
O'Neill sisters earn automatic qualification for NCAA track competition
Talk and tour to highlight event honoring birth of Ben Franklin
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Susan Hockfield (center) chats with students at the Graduate School's fall Welcome Reception, which she initiated during her tenure as dean. Levin noted that Hockfield has "fostered an unprecedented sense of community" during her deanship there.
Nayan Chanda, the founder and editor of YaleGlobal Online, says he created the Internet journal to help "bridge the gap" between scholarly thought about globalization and the perceptions of the general public on issues associated with it.