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SOM gets largest single donation
in its 30-year history
The School of Management (SOM) has launched the Yale Center for Corporate Governance and Performance (YCCGP) with $20 million in gifts and commitments from individuals and corporations, including the single largest donation in the school's history -- a $10 million gift from David Nierenberg, a 1975 graduate of Yale College and a 1978 graduate of Yale Law School, and his wife, Patricia.
Program to boost conservation
in developing world
An environmental leadership and training program designed to promote biodiversity conservation in tropical forests in Asia and Central and South America has been established at Yale with a $4.8 million gift from the Lisbet Rausing Charitable Fund.
Study: Job loss near retirement doubles heart attack risk
Involuntary job loss near retirement more than doubles the risk of heart attack and stroke, researchers at the School of Medicine report in a major national study published in Occupational and Environmental Medicine.
Union, management working together to improve workplace culture through Best Practices initiative
When Yale managers and union representatives gathered around a table this spring to assess the success of a new initiative to improve workplace culture, they came to the same conclusion: Best Practices is already producing impressive results.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Yale pledges full cooperation in federal review
School of Nursing to launch Ph.D. program
In honor of family's gift, facility has been renamed the McNay Family Sailing Center
Students work to enrich Elm City on summer fellowship
MEDICAL SCHOOL NEWS
'To Know the Dark' exhibit features American artists' visions of the night
Study: Self-esteem a major factor in love-hate relationships
Pilot Pen Tennis tournament to debut instant replay technology
Library exhibit marks the 50th anniversary of the founding of the groundbreaking Janus Press
Evidence of ultra-energetic particles found in jet from black hole
In YSN study, Iraqi nurses cite a need for new hospitals, English-language training and greater respect
Northeast's mercury levels linked to power plant activity
SurExam in China to commercialize blood test for ovarian cancer
Oncolys BioPharma in Tokyo to develop novel anti-HIV treatment
Rudd Center's new blog encourages discussion of food-related issues
This New House
Vladimir Rokhlin honored by the IEEE for his invention
Olympian swimmer Mike Austin donates his gold medal to Yale
Acclaimed director Lloyd Richards, nurtured new playwrights
Yale chemistry student chosen by DOE to meet with Nobel laureates
Chinese archivists to meet with Yale librarians
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A School of Architecture student takes measurements for a window frame at the site of this year's First-Year Building Project: a three-bedroom house in the Dixwell neighborhood.
A new exhibit at the Yale Art Gallery will feature everything from peaceful moonlit scenes to nighttime terrors.