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AIA honors British Art Center
for its 'enduring significance'
The Yale Center for British Art has been selected to receive the American Institute of Architects' (AIA) Twenty-Five Year Award, a prestigious honor recognizing architectural structures "of enduring significance," the AIA announced.
Saybrook Orchestra aims to
inspire young music lovers
The Saybrook Orchestra -- an 80-piece full symphony orchestra composed of students, faculty and staff affiliated with Yale -- created a little musical magic when they presented a free educational concert to students from all over the state of Connecticut on Dec. 10 in Battell Chapel.
Making spirits bright
The Duke's Men, an all-male a capella group, performed at the White House's opening reception for the holiday season on Dec. 7.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Three scientists win $1 million for research on infectious disease
Dr. Merson to step down as EPH dean
Study suggests vaccinating wildlife may be a key to preventing Lyme disease in humans
In Focus: The Learning Center
Fellowship to bring together architecture students, developers
Researchers find the drug Ritalin is effective both for children with ADHD and those with reading disorders
Arts Library acquires the archive of pioneering book artist Richard Minsky
United Way Campaign honors Yale departments for their efforts
Study links unconscious race bias to particular brain region
Artist Franck donates sculpture to ISM
Study: Brain's nicotine receptors also a target for antidepressants
Supports help maltreated children who are prone to depression, study finds
Awards to fund innovative theological courses
New journal explores globalization's impact on health and health care delivery
Linda Degutis to chair national public health group
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The AIA jury described the British Art Center as "one of the quietest expressions of a great building ever seen."
Laura Freebairn-Smith (right), director and co-founder of the Organizational Development and Learning Center, says that as the center celebrates its fifth anniversary, it will also evaluate its success at helping to make Yale a supportive place to work.