Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Building Strength in Biomedicine' and 'University Information,' are now available on-line.
Peter Salovey appointed as next dean of Yale College; Jon Butler will take the helm at the Graduate School
President Richard C. Levin has named Peter Salovey, dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, as dean of Yale College, and Jon Butler, chair of the Department of History, as dean of the Graduate School.
New office to promote the University's international initiatives
To support the international activities of the schools and the academic centers of Yale, President Richard C. Levin has established a new administrative Office of International Affairs (OIA).
Study shows drop in effectiveness of chicken pox vaccine
Yale researchers have found that there is a major decrease in the effectiveness of varicella (chicken pox) vaccine after the first year of vaccination, but that the vaccine is still very effective overall.
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Yale-led coalition helps bring Delta Air Lines to Tweed
Squash team's latest victory is 'the ultimate payoff'
Medical student shares her tales in award-winning column
Law student to work on criminal justice project as Soros Fellow
Epidemiologist Casals-Ariet dies; discovered relationships of viruses
Yale Rep announces event change
Harshav receives Koret Jewish Book Award
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The Bulldogs' Michelle Quibell is ranked the number-one women's squash player.
Northeast magazine columnist Jenny Blair in her medical school dorm room.