Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Building Strength in Biomedicine' and 'University Information,' are now available on-line.
Trachtenberg wins inaugural
Mellon Emeritus Fellowship
Alan Trachtenberg, the Neil Gray Jr. Professor Emeritus of English and American studies, has been awarded an Emeritus Fellowship by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation in the first year of the foundation's new program.
'Whatever slack Nature cut us,
we used up,' declares Speth
In a major federal report issued 25 years ago, School of Forestry and Environmental Studies Dean James Gustave Speth warned that prompt action needed to be taken to remedy critical environmental problems that threatened the entire Earth over the next quarter century and beyond.
Director named for new center
for writing instruction
Dean Richard H. Brodhead has announced that Alfred Guy Jr., currently director of the expository writing program at The Johns Hopkins University, will become the director of the new center for writing instruction in Yale College, effective July 1.
Students awarded scholarships
for achievement in science
The University recently held a ceremony in Woodbridge Hall on March 23 to honor the 46 undergraduates and eight graduate students who received scholarships from the Sheffield Scientific School endowment in 2004.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Robert F. Thompson will serve another term as master of Timothy Dwight College
Reed honored for commitment to undergraduate art education
Show features miniature portraits of wee ones
Campus talk features architect Zaha Hadid
Brzezinski: U.S. foreign policy guided by 'fundamental misdiagnosis'
Sterling Library exhibit explores subject of love, Mesopotamian style
The relevance of Mahatma Gandhi in today's India is topic of event
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School of Forestry and Environmental Studies Dean James Gustave Speth spoke to the Yale Bulletin & Calendar about his concerns surrounding the Earth's environmental future.
Artist Eliza Goodridge created this 1832 image of Julia Porter Dwight, the great-niece of Yale President Timothy Dwight. It is watercolor on ivory, and was a recent gift of Leonard Hill '69 B.A.