Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Standing, Special and Appointments Committees' and 'University Information' are now available on-line.
Changes to enrich 'middle
years' for Ph.D. candidates
In response to feedback from doctoral students, academic departments in the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences have instituted some programmatic changes to support Ph.D. candidates in the "middle years" of their graduate education -- the time when they move from formal class work to independent scholarship.
Saturday series again will
prove 'science is fun'
Curious youngsters (and their parents) will have the opportunity to learn about important uses of radio waves and magnets, how fruit flies and mosquitoes -- as well as humans -- are guided by their sense of smell, and the unique properties of certain metals and other "smart materials" during "Science Saturdays," a special series of lectures designed to introduce schoolchildren to the fun of science.
In Focus: Challenge Survivorship Clinic
For several months after Jackie Michaud completed a course of radiation treatment for breast cancer last fall, she felt a little like she was in limbo: alternately relieved and worried.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Former president of Chile to give a public address on campus as a Downey Fellow
Yale astronomers conclude their tribute to one of their 'stars'
Study: Public polarized regarding safety of nanotechnology
Of genetic switches and misfolded RNAs: Scientists exploring the process of aging
Women's Faculty Forum hosts events exploring issues faced by working women, female scientists and more
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE NEWS
'Invincible Summer' takes comic look at national, personal crises
Music of the Scottish Highlands to be featured in concert
Architects to look at impact of consumer service on their field
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The Connecticut Challenge Survivorship Clinic at the Yale Cancer Center helps individuals like Jackie Michaud of Wallingford (left), a former breast cancer patient, with the transition to life after treatment.
The Department of Astronomy salutes the 100th birthday of noted researcher Dorrit Hoffleit.