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Yale University has been recognized as having one of the nation's most outstanding initiatives in campus internationalization by NAFSA: Association of International Educators.
A study by Yale researchers provides preliminary evidence that there may be more than twice as many genes in the human genome than previously predicted.
The greatest assets in developing countries may be the ones nobody is counting, said Hernando de Soto, adviser to former Peruvian president Alberto Fujimori, in an April 16 talk at the Law School.
President Richard C. Levin explores the challenges and responsibilities facing today's universities in a new book published on April 24 by Yale University Press.
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UNIVERSITY TEACH-INS ON THE WAR WITH IRAQ:
The U.N. will continue its global role, predict panelists
Study shows Icon molecule may offer key to preventing macular degeneration
Unique argument pays off for winning Law School students
Alumni to focus on Yale Engineering
Works by 'Cha-tic' offer detailed view of Native American life
Play explores transformations brought about by 'Changes of Heart'
Kumpati Narendra lauded for his work in engineering
Guggenheim Fellowships are awarded to five faculty members
Research shows antipsychotic drug risperidone may reduce severity of Tourette's symptoms
F&ES events look at the role of fire in forest management
Research reveals dramatic rise in number of doctors pursuing degrees in both business and medicine
Juniors honored for 'good labor in the world' and musical gifts
Richard Sewall dies, was first master of Ezra Stiles College
Pioneering immunobiologist Dr. Charles Janeway Jr. dies
New award will honor creativity of School of Nursing students
Concert to help raise funds for year-round, overflow homeless shelter
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Travis LeBlanc, Kimberly Zelnick and Jonathan Kravis argued their way to the top, winning the American Bar Association's National Appellate Advocacy Competition.
James Swan documented a drawing by a Native American artist in this work, "Thunder Bird of the Makahs from the Tamanous board in the house of the late Yellicom or Flattery Jack," dated Nov. 29, 1859.