Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Building Strength in Biomedicine' and 'Summertime at Yale,' are now available on-line.
The following letter from President Richard C. Levin about negotiations with Locals 34 & 35 was mailed to members of the University community on Aug. 21.
Music will once again sound in the 86-year-old Albert Arnold Sprague Memorial Hall, which will open its doors to the public on Sept. 5 after two years of extensive renovation.
The School of Music will showcase its newly refurbished Albert Arnold Sprague Memorial Hall with two concerts, which will officially mark the re-opening of the building after extensive renovations.
A professorship has been created at the School of Medicine in honor of Dr. Donald J. Cohen, a pioneer in child psychiatry who served as director of the Yale Child Study Center from 1983 until his death in 2001, President Richard C. Levin announced.
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Damaged law books are taken out of a deep freeze
Renowned neuroscientist Patricia Goldman-Rakic dies
Exhibit offers look at ancient forms of life on Earth
Wildfire costs are higher than accounted for, report charges
Computer-generated designs featured in architecture gallery
Artist's works portray Christianity through Thai art forms
Exhibit explores influences on American furniture design
Women veterans are found to be at higher risk for homelessness
Day of Caring drive will put books into hands of area children
Documentary on contemporary artists to be screened on campus
Alumni group supports students' summer service
Quest camera will aid scientists in astronomical research
Grant to Child Study Center supports evaluation of home-based care
Historian Jaroslav Pelikan is honored for contributions
Former Law School dean honored with the Fleming Award
'What Is a Good Death?' among topics of Bioethics Project programs
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A new lighting system is just one of the improvements made to Morse Recital Hall in Sprague Hall. The grand concert hall also boasts a state-of-the-art sound system, new acoustical panels, sound-proof doors and windows, and digital recording equipment.
This work, titled "The Wise Virgins," is on display in the Institute of Sacred Music's exhibit of works by Thai artist Sawai Chinnawong.