Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Standing, Special and Appointments Committees' and 'University Information' are now available on-line.
Noted critic and artist Robert Storr named next dean of School of Art
Distinguished curator and artist Robert Storr, the Rosalie Solow Professor of Modern Art at the Institute of Fine Arts at New York University, has been appointed the dean of the School of Art for a five-year period beginning July 1, President Richard C. Levin has announced.
Two faculty receive prestigious prizes
Joseph Roach wins Mellon Award
for studies on world performance
Joseph Schlessinger gets David Prize
for work on cancer treatment
Brothers' gift to renovate site
of their former athletic glory
The University's Soccer-Lacrosse Stadium will soon have a new look and a new name -- Reese Stadium -- thanks to a gift from former Yale athletes Jason W. Reese '87 and Jonathan P. Reese '90.
Yale licenses ovarian cancer
test technology to LabCorp
Yale's Office of Cooperative Research has granted an exclusive license agreement with Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings (LabCorp) for the commercialization of the University's blood-testing technology for epithelial ovarian cancer (EOC).
Gallery acquires rare painting
by Yale-educated artist
The Yale University Art Gallery has purchased "Bibliothèque" (19261927), a rare work by Yale-educated American artist Gerald Murphy (18881964).
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Yale donates important set of books to the British Parliament
William Clyde DeVane Medals are awarded to two scientists
Ignorance of world news could imperil the nation, says journalist
Event explored 'Youth and the Future of U.S.-Islamic Relations'
Doll exhibition marks Japanese celebration of 'Girls Day'
Museum hosting talk on Connecticut day trips,
annual 'Fiesta Latina'
Chinese Christian art is featured in Institute of Sacred Music exhibit
Study suggests people may learn best on an empty stomach
VaxInnate officials to speak in next event of seminar serie
Volunteers sought for Ob/Gyn's Kronos Early Estrogen Prevention Study
Competition aims to educate campuses nationwide about recycling
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"Bibliothqèue," a rare painting by Gerald Murphy (1912 B.A.) recently acquired by the Yale Art Gallery, is considered one of the American artist's most personal works.
On Hina Matsuri ("Girls Day"), Japanese families with young daughters set out displays of dolls such as this from the Peabody's Anthropology Division.