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Renowned Harvard scholar
named dean of Yale SOM
President Richard C. Levin has announced the appointment of Harvard scholar Joel M. Podolny as dean of the Yale School of Management (SOM) beginning July 1.
F&ES group gets lessons in global, local activism during Kenya trip
Faculty and students at the School of Forestry & Environmental Studies (F&ES) say that a recent course offered by the school stands as a vivid showcase of Yale's global reach and aspirations.
Champion archer aims to achieve state of grace when wielding her bow
When she casts her eye on her target, Yale freshman Tina Jeon is a dynamo, placing her arrows with precision.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Report details University's progress on environmental issues
'Mugsy' proves to be top dog in Handsome Dan competition
Whistler works, recent acquisitions showcased in exhibitions
Scholar of womanist theology and expert
on preaching to join Divinity faculty
Researchers illuminate how bacteria become resistant to antibiotics
YALE LIBRARY NEWS
Grants from Seaver Institute support medical and library projects
African-American women report wider range of menopausal symptoms
International array of scholars to discuss 'Culture in the World'
Events to examine the risks and benefits of biopharming
MEDICAL SCHOOL NEWS
Awards to two faculty members support improved race relations
Engineer wins grant for research in nanotechnology
Painting at the Y
Yale Books in Brief
From sneakers to playgrounds
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A Volvelle pig that aids in learning to spell is among the items on display in a new exhibition from the Yale Library's archives.
Among the works by James McNeill Whistler on display in a new exhibition at the Yale Center for British Art will be "Street Scene in Chelsea, possibly depicting the Tobacconist, J. W. Nicholas, located at No. 75, Cheyne Walk," ca. 1888.