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Alpern named as new
medical school dean
Dr. Robert Alpern, dean of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, has been appointed as the 16th dean of Yale School of Medicine, announced President Richard C. Levin.
Sixteen honored for strengthening town-gown ties
The 25th annual Seton Elm and Ivy Awards were presented to 16 individuals this year by President Richard C. Levin and New Haven Mayor John DeStefano Jr.
Author Fadiman named first
Francis Writer in Residence
Prize-winning author Anne Fadiman has been appointed the first Francis Writer in Residence in Yale College.
Yale counselor helped ease grief of war-torn families in Kosovo and Iraq
In what is called Europe's worst massacre of civilians since World War II, some 8,000 men and boys were slaughtered when Bosnian Serbs overtook the U.N.-protected zone of Srebrenica, Bosnia, in the summer of 1995.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Media failed to 'connect the dots' before 9/11, journalist says
With a hoisting of tentacles, giant squid returns to Peabody
Alumni delegates explore issues facing 'Yale Women in a Changing World'
Threatened nation-state is topic of two-day YCIAS conference
Event showcasing medical students' original research to feature talk by head of NINDS
New center offers treatment for primary immunodeficiencies
The letters of literary figures are featured in Beinecke exhibit
In elderly, recovery from injuries often good, but short-lived, say researchers
Study: For-profit hospices offer fewer services than non-profits
Chemotherapy agent called cisplatin effectively transmits 'death signal' to other cells
Scientists learn more about bond of water molecules, protons
New fund will support YSN faculty's initiatives to improve health care
Juniors are recognized for scholarship and character
'Modernist Voices' will explore themes in American and British literature
Dr. Terri Fried lauded for her work in geriatric patient care and research
Event explores new advances in chemical biology
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Dr. Robert Alpern (right), dean-elect of the School of Medicine, speaks to members of the medical school community on April 30, as Provost Susan Hockfield and President Richard C. Levin look on.
New Haven native Harry Townshend (far right), who built the model of the giant squid, holds one of its tentacles as the rigging crew prepares to hoist the "creature" to the ceiling of the Peabody Museum's main lobby.