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John Pepper named V.P. for Finance
President Richard C. Levin has announced the appointment of John Pepper, former chair of Procter & Gamble and senior fellow of the Yale Corporation, as the University's vice president for finance and administration.
Yale expands Homebuyer Program
Yale's successful Homebuyer Program will be expanded to the West Rock and Fair Haven neighborhoods of New Haven beginning in January, University officials have announced.
Professorship honors former
Howard R. Lamar, former president of Yale University, has been honored by a group of alumni, including many former students and current friends, who came together to endow a professorship in his name.
Students win Rhodes, Marshall Scholarships
Yale seniors Christopher Wells and Andrew Klaber will find themselves studying at the same university again next year as recipients of prestigious scholarships.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Roland Betts named Corporation's senior fellow
DeVane Lectures to investigate meanings of keywords
Yale is site of state's first high-efficiency fuel cell power plant
Yale department adds a personal touch to holiday giving
Artworks created in captivity donated to Yale Art Gallery
Symposium to explore issues of 'space and race'
Journalists offer perspectives on global events, world leaders
Scientists find oldest definitively male fossil
Group prenatal care benefits preterm infants, study shows
Studies say newer psychiatric medications not cost-effective
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John Pepper, former chair of Procter & Gamble and senior fellow of the Yale Corporation, will be the University's new vice president for finance and administration.
Charla Nich, a statistician in the Department of Psychiatry's Substance Abuse Treatment Unit, and Carolyn Levinson Miller, a biostatistician, are among the staff members who have "adopted" a family for the holidays. They are shown here with some of the gifts collected last year.