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Volunteers to aid city groups
on Yale Community Service Day
Members of the Yale community will mobilize to clean up the trails of a local park, beautify the grounds or interiors of a number of New Haven social service agencies, and pass out free books to local families as part of the first Yale Community Service Day on Saturday, April 24.
Garten to step down as dean of SOM
Jeffrey E. Garten has announced he will step down as dean of the Yale School of Management (SOM) in June 2005, after he completes his second five-year term at the helm of the University's business school.
Burst devoted career to expanding
role of nurse-midwives
When Helen Varney Burst began studying midwifery at the Yale School of Nursing (YSN) in 1961, it was illegal in Connecticut and Massachusetts to provide information on contraceptives or to buy and use any form of birth control.
United Way honors Yale for its campaign
The United Way of Greater New Haven honored Yale with the Campaign of the Year Award on March 26 at a community recognition event.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Events explore medical responses to major disasters
Former YSN dean to be named a state 'treasure'
Two-day symposium at the School of Nursing will celebrate the contributions of midwives
Study: Light therapy as effective as anti-depressants for pregnant women
Strong link found between teen smoking and suicide attempts
Hatching emu eggs and a friendly condor among Peabody attractions
Diverse visual images highlight new 'Treasure Maps' exhibit
Yale Rep's upcoming season to feature a mix of old and new
Polish government honors Yale curator's work
F&ES to host workshop on environmental change
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This photograph by Greg Semendiger of the New York City Police Aviation Unit shows boats arriving near the burning World Trade Center site to help with the evacuation of the wounded and others. It will be on view in a new Yale exhibit.
"Veedor," the world's only tame, free-flying condor, will make an appearance in
New Haven's Edgerton Park as part of the Peabody Museum's April 17 program.