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President Richard C. Levin has named psychology professor Peter Salovey as the next dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, effective immediately.
Yale received the top ranking in engineering, chemistry and law in Science Watch, a publication that measures the citation impact of published research in major fields of science and the social sciences among the top 100 federally funded universities in the country.
While on an expedition high in the Peruvian cloud forest in 1911, Yale archaeologist Hiram Bingham discovered what has been described as one of the most spectacular archaeological sites in the world -- Machu Picchu.
Yale is celebrating the life and legacy of the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. with a series of events that began on his birthday, Jan. 15, and will continue through Jan. 20, the national holiday observed in his honor. Y
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DeVane Lectures to explore literary, artistic realism
'Father of fractals' wins Japan Prize
Law School events focus on controversial Roe v. Wade opinion
Former Basic Books publisher takes the helm at Yale Press
Exhibits recall era of 'Romantics and Revolutionaries'
Exhibit features 'modernist' works by Edgar Degas
Show explores children's interest in the law and law-breakers
Artist's reinventions of Vermeer masterpieces are showcased
Ward Davenny, noted pianist and long-time Yale teacher, dies
Study shows benefits of exercise in reducing intra-abdominal fat
Drama school stages Shakespearean tale about a hero who becomes a public enemy
Playreading festival in New York City will feature new works of student playwrights
Peabody celebrating MLK Day with family activities, music, free admission
Talk and screening by alumnus to highlight Asian American film festival
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Peter Salovey (center) is pictured at the announcement of his appointment as dean of the Graduate School with President Richard C. Levin and Provost Susan Hockfield, who previously held the deanship.
Two Yale archaeologists believe that Machu Picchu was not a spiritual center or retreat for defeated Inca, as once believed, but a summer retreat for the society's elite.