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President Richard C. Levin and Provost Alison Richard have announced the establishment of a $1 million "Yale Green Fund," to be spent over the next three years, to support environmental initiatives on campus.
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A wealth of accurate, up-to-date health care information is now readily available at no cost to the public through a partnership between Yale's Cushing Whitney Medical Library and the New Haven Free Public Library.
Just in time for Halloween comes the publication of "Frankenstein: Penetrating the Secrets of Nature" by Susan E. Lederer, associate professor of the history of medicine and assistant professor of history.
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Nelson named next director of Marsh Botanical Garden
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In Canada, publicly funded health care is 'moral enterprise,' says official
Symposium will mark Yale Center for British Art's 25th year
Anthropologist makes his first Yale address in 'Crossing Borders' conference
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Among those at the launch of the Consumer Health Information Network was Medical School Dean Dr. David Kessler, seated at left.
A traveling exhibit by Yale scholar Susan Lederer shows how Hollywood turned Shelley's sympathetic creature into a despised monster.