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Chemistry professor Alanna Schepartz has received a $1 million grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) to enrich undergraduate education in chemistry by creating courses that expose students to the excitement and creativity of cutting-edge research earlier in their college careers.
Capitalizing on a prominent asset of New Haven, a Yale graduate student has turned the city into a "museum" of modern architecture with an architecturally relevant way to provide information to viewers.
Kofi Annan, secretary-general of the United Nations, will deliver a lecture on Wednesday, Oct. 2 at 4:30 p.m. in Battell Chapel, corner of Elm and College streets.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Conference marks anniversary of Holocaust archive
Gift will continue work of Yale center devoted to studying impact of slavery
Educator stresses importance of grooming 'future Bouchets'
Murals at Peabody open 'window' on Maya culture
Exhibit showcases works by longtime Yale professor
'Blessing' of washerwoman's legacy brings New Haven policeman to Divinity School
Event advances knowledge of Vietnam's toxic legacy
Anti-drug advertising curbs teen use, says SOM researcher
Expert on racism during Civil War to join faculty
Just a Bowl of cheerers: Employee Day at the Yale Bowl
A place for poetry
Lecturer speaks about newest issues in field of information technology
'Intersections' aims to close the rift between academic theories and community advocacy
Noted cancer specialist and surgeon Dr. Jack Westley Cole dies
Fair will acquaint (and re-acquaint) staff about myriad of University benefits available to them
Donations of computers can help bring India into 'Information Age'
College master showcases his private art collection
Quilts, photos featured in new show
Nursing school staff take part in training retreat
Rubenfeld featured in library book discussion
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With a $1 million grant from the Howard Hughes Institute, Yale chemistry professor Alanna Schepartz (left) is developing sophomore-year courses designed to spark students' interest in chemistry.
Sixth-graders from Wexler Grant School in New Haven helped cut the cake at the Sept. 18 celebration of the 150th anniversary of the birth of alumnus Edward A. Bouchet, Yale College's first African- American graduate and the first African American in the nation to earn a Ph.D.