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Yale scientist has received Javits Award for study of cerebral cortex
David McCormick, professor of neurobiology at the School of Medicine, has received the Senator Jacob Javits Award in the Neurosciences for his proposal to study the basic operational mechanisms of the cerebral cortex.
Yale dean's dramatic successes documented in newly acquired archive
The Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library has acquired the papers of Tony Award-winning theater director Lloyd Richards, a former dean of the Yale School of Drama whose work is credited with transforming the role of African Americans in the theater.
Sought: Bulldog with the right
stuff to be Handsome Dan XVI
If your bulldog adores the spotlight and is partial to the color blue, he or she might have the makings of the next Handsome Dan.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Commission on U.S. intelligence reports to President Bush; Richard Levin among members
Music, dance and poetry highlight Peabody's third '¡Fiesta Latina!'
Yale Opera presents Janácek tale of love and yearning
'Celebrating South Asia' features multidisciplinary scholarship
Despite political divide, U.S. not in culture war, columnist says
Research reveals role of microRNA in development of lung cancer
Key regulator of bone cells is linked to osteoporosis
Study: Preeclampsia in pregnancy increases risks of cardiovascular disease later in life
Noted Japanese filmmaker Aoyama Shinji to screen, discuss works
Workshop offers information about grants for bioscience ventures
Symposium shows how researchers are using the Underground Railroad to trace family histories
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Handsome Dan XV (a.k.a. Louis) poses beside a banner from the Class of 1889.
Rehearsing for their roles in Leos Janácek's "Kát'a Kabanová" are Sara Jakubiak (left) as Varvara and Jennifer Black in the title role.