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Two Yale professors are among 77 new members and nine foreign associates elected to the National Academy of Engineering, one of the highest professional distinctions that can be granted to an American scientist or engineer.
President Richard C. Levin has announced the reappointment of Robert A.M. Stern for a second term of five years as dean of the School of Architecture.
A major website highlighting Yale's global presence and making the University's international initiatives more accessible is being launched this week by the Secretary's Office.
Locals 34 and 35 of the Hotel Employees and Restaurant Employees (HERE) have called a strike against the University for March 3-7.
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Thompson cited for work on African and Afro-American art
'Father of fractals' discusses 'essential' role of math in life
Noted historian Garry Wills will deliver the Tanner Lectures
Event to explore how lawyers can use media to tell their clients' stories
Campus event draws New Haven schoolchildren who 'THINK BIG'
One of the recording industry's youngest executives describes his career at master's tea
Study reveals consumers want more data from weight-loss programs
Parents show no risk of heart attack when witnessing children's surgeries
Bright Beginnings receives grant in support of its work with impoverished young mothers
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The new Yale and the World website will serve as a central resource on the University's many international programs.
Yale junior Zhena Gjoka of Saybrook College chats with Yale University Book Club members Aaryn Ponteau, an 8-year-old from Forest School, and 10-year-old Briana Dawson of the Wexler-Grant School.