Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Building Strength in Biomedicine' and 'University Information,' are now available on-line.
Gift from alumnus helps
fund new home for F&ES
The School of Forestry & Environmental Studies (F&ES) will be able to begin the construction of a new home that will bear the name of a Yale College alumnus who recently made a major gift to the school.
Team learns how bacteria
evades body's defenses
Yale scientist Jorge Galan and his colleagues in the Section of Microbial Pathogenesis at the School of Medicine report a new and fundamental mechanism that Salmonella bacteria use to replicate within a body's cells and cause disease without being endangered by the body's defense mechanisms.
Grants will advance research
on important health issues
Preventing HIV infection in India's
Understanding the causes of autism
Treating patients with MS and
spinal cord injuries
The annual two-day Comer Kids Leadership Academy, sponsored by the Comer School Development Program, brings together children from around the country who take part in a variety of activities that support their learning and development.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Wimbledon winner, future Olympians to compete in Pilot Pen tournament
IN FOCUS: Yale Health Plan
Works by Cuban artists on view in 'Intersections/Intersecciones' exhibit
Bouchet Award recognizes scientist's effort to promote diversity
F&ES hosts delegation from China
Deserts, rainforests equally productive during drought, says study
EPA certificate of recognition awarded to Yale power plant
IN MEMORIAM: Edmund Slocum Crelin Jr.: newborn anatomy expert
CANCER CENTER APPOINTMENTS
Researchers receive grants for studies on women's health issues
New 'advocates' for theater are named to council
Genetics professor wins award to study prostate cancer tumor progression
Nursing professor Kathleen Knafl to chair group responsible for review of NIH grant applications
Art Gallery's new development director to head last stage of fundraising campaign
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Wimbledon winner Maria Sharapova will take part in this year's Pilot Penn tennis tournament at the Connecticut Tennis Center at Yale
Cuban artist Christian Curiel created this work, now on view at the School of Art.