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Archaeologist's discovery may be final clue to location of long-lost Maya city
A Yale archaeologist was part of a team of scientists that recently found evidence confirming the location of a long-speculated Maya city known as Site Q.
Materials research center established with $7.5 million NSF grant
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded a six-year, $7.5-million grant to establish a Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (MRSEC) at Yale and Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU), with participation from Brookhaven National Laboratory of Upton, New York.
Annual festival lets local artists showcase their works
"Art," Pablo Picasso once said, "washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life."
Yale community members will share their
unique artistic visions at City-Wide Open Studios
Message from the Leaders of
the Yale United Way Campaign
As the full impact of the tragedy and challenges stemming from Hurricanes Katrina and Rita continue to unfold, many have been struck by what has been revealed about the underlying condition of life for many disadvantaged people in our society and especially in our city.
A schedule of Parents' Weekend activities
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Matching fund for Katrina relief expanded
IN FOCUS: OFFICE OF SUSTAINABILITY
'Skeptical' neurologist works to separate science from sham
Yale Rep launches its 40th season with 'The Cherry Orchard'
Exhibition simulates viewing conditions intended by artists
Noted graphic designer Dan Friedman is subject of retrospective
MEDICAL SCHOOL NEWS
Divinity School alumni will honor memory of missing classmate at Convocation/Reunion
Audience will be 'postmodern detectives' in School of Drama play
New visions of religious icons featured in ISM show
Exhibit celebrates life of Yale's first Native American alumnus
WFF will honor women leaders from around the globe
Annual festival will include music, talks and shadow puppetry
Study shows stigma of obesity influenced by attitudes of peers
YUWO awards scholarships to 13 Yale affiliates
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Archaeologist Marcello Canuto uncovered the Site Q panel on the last day of the expedition in Guatemala.
This photograph by Jessica Smolinski, museum technician at the Yale Art Gallery, is among the works by Yale staff and students in this year's City-Wide Open Studios.