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Groundbreakings celebrate construction of new chemistry and engineering buildings
Facility will support state-of-the-art research in organic and biochemistry
Building will house University's new Department of Biomedical Engineering
Eire autobiography wins
National Book Award
"It doesn't get any better than this," said Carlos Eire, the T. Lawrason Riggs Professor of History and Religious Studies, a few days after winning this year's National Book Award for non-fiction for his memoir, "Waiting for Snow in Havana: Confessions of a Cuban Boy" (Free Press/Simon & Schuster Inc., 2003).
Dyslexia has been hurdle for scientist and 'Ironman' competitor
Graduate student Josh Hunsberger is a neuroscientist and triathlete who plays lead roles in community theater and sings with an a cappella group -- yet he has a disability that seriously impacts his life.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
In Focus: Center for Faith and Culture
Center aims to ease patients' anxiety about breast cancer
Noël Valis' book awarded Modern Language Association prize
Journalist reports greater willingness to talk openly in China
City students to study Shakespeare in new Yale Rep program
Drama School to stage Wilder's play about 'First Family'
Human evolution preserved in 'pseudogenes,' say scientists
Study: Mother's anti-depressant doesn't affect her nursing baby
Study shows spiritual belief and prayer can aid high-risk youth
The Fine Art of Shopping
'Sacred spaces' on campus featured in new calendar
Alternative Gift Market allows shoppers to help the world's poor
Pepper Center awards will support research related to aging process
Scientists to refine literacy game with support from grant
Dr. Barry Kacinski dies; renowned for work in field of DNA repair
Leon Clark dies; his work enhanced understanding of other cultures
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Carlos Eire, the T. Lawrason Riggs Professor of History and Religious Studies, won this year's National Book Award for non-fiction.
In the triathlons in which graduate student Josh Hunsberger competes, he must bike 12 to 56 miles, swim .5 to 1.2 miles and run from 3 to 13.1 miles.