Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Building Strength in Biomedicine' and 'University Information,' are now available on-line.
Yale to host training program
for Chinese university leaders
Yale has been selected as the co-sponsor of China's first University Leadership Program for senior university administrators ever held outside of that country, the Chinese minister of education, Zhou Ji, announced in Beijing on March 22.
New Peabody exhibit traces
origins of modern humans
The Peabody Museum of Natural History has unveiled a new permanent exhibition titled "Fossil Fragments: The Riddle of Human Origins," exploring what scientists have discovered about the ancestry of modern-day humans.
Art illuminates science of 'Fossil Fragments'
Conference to examine legacy of
Brown v. Board of Education ruling
The Law School is hosting a conference in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education decision of 1954, which ended segregation in public schools.
Yale Alumni Magazine's sales of Doonesbury print benefit literacy group
The Yale Alumni Magazine raised $2,400 for the literacy group New Haven Reads by offering a limited edition of prints of its February 2003 cover featuring an illustration by Doonesbury cartoonist Garry B. Trudeau, an alumnus of both Yale College (B.A. 1970) and the School of Art (M.F.A. 1973).
Symposium will consider future
of voting technologies
"Voting in an e-Democracy," a symposium on voting and voting technologies, will be held 9 a.m.-5 p.m. on Friday, April 2, in Luce Hall, 34 Hillhouse Ave.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Former secretary of state to discuss 'American Foreign Policy and God'
Stop and Shop to support Yale research on juvenile diabetes
Fair will showcase diversity of Yale Library's Special Collections
Study: Diets high in protein and fat linked to risk for lymphatic cancer
Symposium will examine global community's response to states' violations of human rights
Advances in treatment of mental illness is topic of symposium
Event explores how computers are used in 'green' building design
Renowned Hindi writers to read and discuss their works
Unite for Sight to offer screenings at city library
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A cast bronze skull of a modern human (right) is displayed next to that of a chimpanzee, humankind's closest living relative, in the Peabody Museum's newest permanent exhibit, "Fossil Fragments: The Riddle of Human Origins."
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright will discuss "American Foreign Policy and God" at the Divinity School.