Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Building Strength in Biomedicine' and 'University Information,' are now available on-line.
Yale employee's new home is the result of an unusual town-gown partnership
A newly renovated two-family home in New Haven at 65 Bristol St. was dedicated on Sept. 9, capping an unusual cooperation between Yale and the not-for-profit development corporation of a local church.
Neurologist Lo wins Presidential
Early Career Award
Yale neurologist Dr. Albert Lo received the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers from the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy in recognition of his achievements and potential in the field of neurology.
Exhibit explore mysteries
of the giant squid
Although they inhabit all of the world's oceans and weigh over 1,000 pounds -- and are capable of doing battle with sperm whales -- little is known about how the giant squid live in their natural environment, where they have never been seen.
Series will introduce new World Fellows to Yale community
Members of the campus community will have the opportunity to become better acquainted with the rising world leaders who came to campus this fall as Yale World Fellows at a new lecture series being launched this month.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Levin reports improvements in U.S. visa procedures
Grant funds study exploring the link between mammographic breast density and cancer
Yale professor's watercolors featured in JE exhibit
Bruce Carmichael is appointed an assistant provost
In Focus: Department of Surgery
Renowned writer Norman Mailer to make campus appearance
Scholars will examine the iconic career of pop star Michael Jackson during two-day conference
Life is portrayed as a messy affair in Rep's 'Clean House'
Fast-paced opera 'thriller' will make its American debut at Yale
Yale to give matching grant of $100,000 to United Way's 'Success by 6' program
2003-2004 Yale United Way Donors
Artist's paintings explore common human bonds
Conference to celebrate birth of the 'founder of humanism'
Researchers find that the media's science reporting is politically biased
Grants will support two ongoing preservation projects at Yale Library
President appoints search committee for next dean of the School of Nursing
Study: Drug aprotinin reduces risk of stroke during artery bypass graft surgery
Yale scientists bring quantum optics to a microchip
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At the Sept. 9 dedication, James Bradley (center), who works in custodial services at the School of Medicine, cut the ribbon to his new home, flanked by his wife, Margo (left), and his mother, Janie (right), a former Yale employee.
When painting campus buildings, such as Harkness Tower, Wasserman says he tries to reveal the beauty of the structure with "excessive emphasis" on details.