Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Standing, Special and Appointments Committees' and 'University Information' are now available on-line.
SOM debuts new M.B.A. curriculum
The Yale School of Management (Yale SOM) introduced a new M.B.A. curriculum on Sept. 5 that replaces courses in finance, marketing, and other subjects that have been the mainstay of business education for the last 50 years with multidisciplinary courses that cut across functional boundaries.
Alumnus endows Ruff Chair
in Jazz at School of Music
The Willie Ruff Chair in Jazz has been created at the School of Music through the generosity of the celebrated composer and Yale alumnus Mitch Leigh '51 Mus.B., '52 Mus.M.
Redesigned Yale homepage
boasts improved features
Next week Yale is unveiling a new homepage with an updated design and improved navigation and search engine.
new freshman class
Members of the Yale College Class of 2010 were welcomed to campus Sept. 2 by President Richard C. Levin and Dean Peter Salovey.
Freshman Address by President Richard C. Levin
Freshman Address by Dean Peter Salovey
O T H E RS T O R I E S
In Focus: Benjamin Franklin Papers
Observance of Constitution Day will highlight Franklin's contributions
Robert Bienstock named as associate general counsel
Student helps promote local, sustainable agriculture
Students spent their summer in service
to the New Haven community
Four noted individuals to teach at F&ES as visiting scholars
A classic myth is made modern in Yale Rep's 'Eurydice'
Yale Repertory Theatre announces
its 2006-2007 season of plays
Sculptor featured in JE show chronicles the history of humanity
Event to explore alternative responses to poverty
Issues affecting southeastern Europe are focus of conference
Day of Caring book drive to help create 'City of Readers'
Yale community is invited to meet new class of World Fellows
Lunchtime talks will explore issues in medical education
Grant supports medical school's efforts to help children with cancer
Public invited to take part in campaign to fight obesity and weight stigma
Yale Bulldogs season opener is Employee Day
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The Willie Ruff Chair in Jazz has been created through the generosity of celebrated composer and Yale alumnus Mitch Leigh.
Benjamin Franklin is the focus of both a major scholarly project at Yale and this year's Constitution Day.