Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Standing, Special and Appointments Committees' and 'University Information' are now available on-line.
Alumnus Ruebhausen bequeaths
over $30 million to Law School
The Law School has received a gift from the estate of Oscar M. Ruebhausen '37 LL.B. that is expected to provide more than $30 million to the school
Treatment boosts survival
from uterine cancer
A state-of-the-art treatment program developed at the School of Medicine increases survival from the aggressive uterine papillary serous carcinoma (UPSC) and spares some patients the need for added therapy.
Yale Workplace Survey
spurring new initiatives
Yale leaders are developing plans to promote improvement in the workplace in response to the University's first-ever survey of its employees.
Results of Yale Workplace Survey
Scientists learn how an ancient
zebra lost its stripes
DNA from museum samples of extinct animals is providing unexpected information about the extent and effect of the Ice Age, as well as about the path of species evolution, according to a report by scientists from Yale, the Smithsonian Institute and the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
NBA star shares his vision for health care in Africa
India's finance minister discusses links in the global economy
House designed and built by architecture students is first to use new solar technology
Team identifies neurotransmitter that halts cell overproduction in the brain
Saturday series for children shows them that 'science is for everyone'
Conference, exhibit celebrate bicentennial of Tocqueville's birth
Special Collections Fair will feature rare look at unique items
Neurobiologist wins Javits Award
In Memoriam: Serge Lang, mathematician and defender of academic standards
NBC president to discuss the network's new season
Conference to focus on new educational technologies
Year-long seminar series will explore the changing face of antisemitism
Panel on future of democracy to launch Jamestown Project
'We the People ...'
School of Drama/Yale Rep appoints two new development officers
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DNA from museum samples of an extinct animal, such as the quagga, pictured, is providing unexpected information about the extent and effect of the Ice Age, as well as about the path of species evolution, according to a report by scientists from Yale.
The interior of the home on Orchard Street that was designed and built by School of Architecture students as their First-Year Building Project.