Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Standing, Special and Appointments Committees' and 'University Information' are now available on-line.
Initiative puts summer study
abroad in reach of all students
Beginning this year, Yale will provide undergraduates on financial aid with grant support for summer study and unpaid internships abroad, President Richard C. Levin has announced.
Study: Wider HIV testing could
curb spread of disease
Expanded HIV screening can increase patient life span, prevent the spread of the disease and is cost effective, researchers at Yale, Harvard and the Massachusetts General Hospital reported in the Feb. 10 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM).
Students find harmony
mixing science and music
Yale College seniors Michael Barnett and Mei Rui foresee careers as doctors in their futures, but they also can't imagine taking paths where music will not be a central focus of their lives.
Fleury extends term
as dean of engineering
President Richard Levin has announced that Paul A. Fleury has agreed to extend his appointment as dean of the Faculty of Engineering through June 30,
O T H E RS T O R I E S
School of Forestry & Environmental Studies dean delivers talks in Singapore as Lee Kuan Yew Distinguished Fellow
New Peabody exhibit devoted to the world's largest animals
In another Peabody display, guests can see species of plants that are pests
Designer's metal 'Tropical House' will be spotlight of exhibition
Researcher testing acupuncture's effectiveness in easing back pain
DIVINITY SCHOOL NEWS
Studies find that proteins in amniotic fluid are predictor of preterm labor
Renowned computational language expert to deliver Eero Saarinen Lecture
Library's 'Wake the Dream' program honors Yale's first Chinese alumnus
'Video as Advocacy' to be among topics at 'Rebellious Lawyering' event
Scientists find that smoking can impair memory and other cognitive functions in adolescents
Scientists call for study of vaccine's impact on shingles
Finland tops latest ranking of environmentally sound nations
'Intimate Partners' author to talk at Jonathan Edwards master's tea
Two authors win YCIAS book prizes
Students' work on behalf of the community supported by Liman Fellowships
Environmental leaders named F&ES visiting fellows for 2005-2006
Yale luminaries to share expertise for LEAP fundraiser
Sharing cultures through performance
Yale Books in Brief
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Pachyderms -- past and present, large and small -- are the focus of the Peabody's new exhibition "Elephants!"
Members of the Peking University Student Arts Troupe performed in Sprague Hall on Feb. 5. The students are traveling to several major U.S. universities with a delegation of administrators from the Chinese institution as part of a cultural exchange program.