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University launching new program
to train tomorrow's journalists
Citing a critical need for talented young men and women committed to the ideals and standards of the journalism profession, President Richard C. Levin has announced a multimillion-dollar Yale Journalism Initiative that will educate, train and provide career guidance to 15-25 "Yale Journalism Scholars."
Alliance will boost Yale-BIPI
The School of Medicine and Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals Inc. (BIPI) have established a Research Alliance Agreement to support translational cardiovascular and immunology research.
Yale delegates meet with world leaders at Davos
SOM students learn about India's markets during trips
Faculty member named Young Global Leader
Yale honored for design
of Farmington Canal site
The Farmington Canal Rail-to-Trail Association will honor President Richard C. Levin, the firm of Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects and landscape designer Diana Balmori for their successful efforts to incorporate the Farmington Canal Heritage Trail into the design of the Malone Engineering and Research Building at the corner of Trumbull and Prospect streets.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Black History Month celebration features talks, performances
Team will study atmospheric 'tsunamis' from on high
Study: Even with recycling, there's not enough metal to meet global demand
Works reveal how humans can 'turn ugliness into music'
Comic Mozart opera proclaims 'Women Are Like That'
Art of adornment is focus of 'Baubles, Bangles and Beads'
Modern art collection takes to the road in gallery's traveling exhibit
Guidelines set standards for doctors' relationships with drug companies
Medications reduce brain changes in youths with bipolar disorder
Study illuminates how the body fights viruses without attacking itself
Use of cell phones by medical personnel cuts rate of error, study demonstrates
Six Yale scientists receive awards for their research on aging
Exhibit features magical objects from the Babylonian Collection
Chaplain Frederick J. Streets to be honored as a 'trail blazer'
In Memoriam: A. Dwight Culler, renowned scholar of Victorian literature
Yale BioHaven Entrepreneurship Seminar Series will highlight the local start-up company HistoRx
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Court TV founder Steven Brill (center), shown here with Yale students, has been teaching an advanced journalism seminar at Yale.
Yale alumna Vanda Grubisic and Professor Ronald B. Smith are among the researchers who will use a Gulf Stream V owned by the National Science Foundation to study the "gravity waves" in the atmosphere that have been responsible for numerous aircraft accidents.