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Center will promote study
The School of Management (SOM) is opening a new research center devoted to the behavior of customers: The Yale Center for Customer Insights (YCCI), which will bring together industry leaders and scholars from multiple disciplines to focus on joint research relevant to the marketplace.
Organist Martin Jean appointed
new ISM director
President Richard C. Levin has announced that the new director of the Yale Institute of Sacred Music (ISM) is Martin Jean, professor of organ at ISM and the School of Music.
Yale scientists hailed
for research on H20
The prestigious journal Science recently cited research on the structure and chemical behavior of water conducted by Mark A. Johnson, professor of chemistry, and his laboratory as one of the 10 most important discoveries in 2004.
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Exhibit explores life and work of 'Peter Pan' creator
Former NSF director named as Bass Environmental Scholar
Event celebrates life and legacy of poet James Merrill
Belgian illustrated books are focus of exhibit, symposium
Noted historian of African slavery to give inaugural Davis Lecture
Study: Marijuana bears same risks as smoking cigarettes
Grant will fund study of novel stroke treatment
Center for Faith and Culture launches new lecture series
Seminar to explore affirmative action around the globe
Yale Entrepreneurial Society adds new biotechnology category to annual contest
Grant will further researcher's work on controlling epilepsy through electrical stimulation of the brain
Yale takes on Harvard in 'friendly' competition: a Blood Drive Challenge
PULSE features literary, artistic works with theme of medicine
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Mark Johnson (foreground), holding a model of a water molecule, is pictured with graduate students (from left) Eric Diken, Joseph Roscioli and Joseph Bopp.
The author who created the eternally young Peter Pan is celebrated in a new exhibit at the Beinecke Library.