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Yale opens new International Center
This month Yale officially launches its International Center for Students and Scholars, designed to serve the thousands of individuals who live, study and teach at the University.
Community invited to center's Open House
New program to offer
Yale's Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and School of Management (SOM) have announced a new offering, one of the first programs of its kind: a joint M.B.A./Ph.D. degree.
Peabody will create science
curriculum with NIH grant
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has presented Yale's Peabody Museum of Natural History with a Science Education Partnership Award (SEPA) to create a program that will immerse students in science, increase science literacy and encourage research careers.
'Al Franken Show' to be
broadcast from Woolsey Hall
Author and comedian Al Franken will broadcast his national radio program from the Yale campus noon-3 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 14.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Famed singer tells of his determination to voice his views
Economist says climate change hits the poor hardest
Parasite that causes Sleeping Sickness yields new information about how an organ of the cell duplicates
'Safe in Hell' takes devilish look at Salem witch trials
Innovative architectural visions showcased in 'Transcending Type'
Renovated community Eye Clinic celebrates with an open house
Departments, donors to win prizes at United Way celebration
Additions to Yale Cancer Center will boost clinical care
Coast-to-coast run will raise funds for center for cancer survivors
Panel to discuss 'The Media and Corporate Corruption'
Lecture will pay homage to Albert Einstein
Auction to help alleviate hunger, homelessness
Library hosts shows on printing process and preservation
Women's healthcare challenges to be topic of forum
Concert will pay tribute to the memory of Divinity School alumnus
Week celebrates importance of international education
F&ES faculty member honored for research on rivers
Researcher Mark Johnson wins Plyler Prize for his work on the structure of water
'A Colony of Citizens' wins Douglass Prize for work on slavery
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The façade of the new International Center for Students and Scholars will feature a mural of the world (shown here while still in progress).
The fire-and-brimstone preaching style of the real Cotton Mather is captured in this image from the poster for "Safe in Hell," Amy Freed's comedy about the Salem witch trials, which is the next offering at the Yale Repertory Theatre.