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Margaret Grey is named dean
of School of Nursing
President Richard C. Levin has named Margaret Grey, a pediatric nurse and diabetes expert, as dean of the Yale School of Nursing (YSN), effective Sept. 1.
Benson to step down as dean
of School of Art after this year
A search committee will be announced soon for a successor to School of Art Dean Richard M. ("Chip") Benson, who will step down from the post at the end of the 2005-2006 academic year.
Team discovers new planet
in the outer solar system
A team of researchers from the California Institute of Technology, Yale and Gemini Observatory in Hawaii have reported the discovery of a new planet in the outer solar system.
Grant will fund center for
study of nervous system
The School of Medicine received a $6.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to establish a microarray center for research on the nervous system.
Study: Alligator eggs show effect
of oxygen on development
The development of bone structures in alligator eggs raised under varying oxygen concentrations creates a link to fossil records of the evolution of vertebrates and prehistoric atmospheric oxygen concentrations, according to a paper presented by a Yale graduate student on Aug. 8 at the Earth System Processes 2 meeting in Alberta, Canada.
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Yale Librarian Prochaska appointed to a second term
New master's program prepares nurses for leadership roles
Exhibit explores the 18th-century 'worlds' of Francis Wheatley
Private portrait miniatures showcase the faces of public figures
Gallery hosting festive open house to introduce visitors to its art collections and staff
Architecture gallery to feature traveling art show 'Ant Farm'
Sterling Library launches new academic year with two exhibits
Researchers create powerful tool for decoding gene functions
Galapagos tortoises more diverse than once believed, say scientists
Team identifies 'signatures' of protons in water
'Canary Database' shows animals offer health warnings for humans
Team digitally reconstructs long-extinct 'Lamp Shell'
'Gene trapping' reveals how flower development is controlled
Discovery may aid development of treatment for melanoma
Drinking alcohol may lower risk of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma
Lyme disease prevention program launched in Connecticut
For 35 students, summer was a time of service in New Haven
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Margaret Grey, a pediatric nurse and diabetes expert, will become dean of the Yale School of Nursing, effective Sept. 1.
Graduate student John Vanden Brooks is pictured with some of the alligator eggs he is using in his studies.