Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Building Strength in Biomedicine' and 'Yale & New Haven: A Progress Report,' are now available on-line.
Yale has received a leadership donation to endow three varsity athletic team coaching positions.
Fourteen individuals from the Yale and New Haven communities who have worked to strengthen the partnership between "town and gown" were honored at the 24th annual Seton Elm and Ivy Awards luncheon on April 30 in Woolsey Hall.
Westerfield and Gaddis awarded DeVane Medals by Phi Beta Kappa
Graduate students to honor mentors Adorno, Loewenberg and Scholl
The Reverend Canon Joseph Harp Britton has been named dean of the Berkeley Divinity School at Yale and associate dean of Yale Divinity School, according to an announcement by the Board of Trustees of Berkeley Divinity School at Yale in conjunction with Yale Divinity Dean Harold W. Attridge.
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Shailor and Hamilton are appointed deputy provosts
David Rabe's 'The Black Monk' to premiere at Yale Rep
Nurse researcher recognized for her advocacy for war veterans
Peabody director discusses 'fuzzy math' of biodiversity crisis
Four students win Morris K. Udall Scholarships
Non-drug interventions play a role in reducing delirium in elderly, study shows
Researchers make strides in study of ovarian cancer
Exercise improves spatial ability in elderly female mice
Celebrating the science of the future
Memorial Service for Franz Rosenthal
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David Heiser, events coordinator at the Peabody Museum of Natural History, stares down a Great Hornbill (Buceros bicornis) in preparation for the museum's Biodiversity Day celebration on Saturday, May 10, which will offer a variety of events focusing on our feathered friends.
The Yale Cellos will perform under the direction of Aldo Parisot in a concert on Wednesday, May 21, at 8 p.m. in Battell Chapel. The concert will feature the American premiere of Christopher Rouse's "Rapturedux" as well as works by Bach, Handel, Popper, Villa-Lobos and other composers.