Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Building Strength in Biomedicine' and 'University Information,' are now available on-line.
Yale scientists honored for their research
Three Yale faculty members -- Ronald R. Breaker, Andrew D. Hamilton and Karl Ulrich Mayer -- have been elected as fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
'Future of Animal Law' to be explored
Attorneys, law students and professors from across the country will convene at the Law School, Friday-Sunday, Nov. 5-7, for "The Future of Animal Law," a conference exploring how U.S. law is evolving to reflect Americans' changing attitudes about animals.
In Focus: Epidemiology & Public Health
Dean Michael Merson recalls a time over a decade and a half ago when a committee was formed to examine the question of whether the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health (EPH) should be closed.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Yale senior starts to drive, using vegetable oil as his fuel
Grant to fund study of long-term effect of drug use on teenagers
Electronic records may improve care of children with asthma
Kaplan honored with election to the Institute of Medicine
Lecture to look at 'Iraq and the Shadow of Vietnam'
Janet Reno to be keynote speaker at Law School symposium
Study: More exercise programs for breast cancer survivors needed
U.S. and Russian organizations unite to fight AIDS epidemic in St. Petersburg
Study: Risk of developing disabilities rises 60-fold in elderly after hospitalization
Concert Band will stage 1943 Glenn Miller radio broadcast
Calhoun College to host talks by poet and Yale World Fellow
New tree a symbol of support needed to fight cancer
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Pictured above is an image from one of the six 1943 Woolsey Hall radio broadcasts of "I Sustain the Wings" by Captain Glenn Miller and the Army Air Forces Technical Training Command Band.
Giovanni Zinn (right) sits in the green Chevy truck he converted to run on vegetable oil. Chemistry Machine Shop instructor David Johnson (left) helped him with the project to create a more environmentally friendly vehicle.