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Symposium will consider future
of India-U.S. relations
Ronen Sen, India's ambassador to the United States, will give the keynote address, "The Future of U.S.-India Relations," at a symposium on U.S.-India strategic relations to be presented on Friday, April 13, at the Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale.
True potential for reform
in China to be explored
"Defending Rights Through Law in China: Progress and Challenges" will be the topic of the annual Robert L. Bernstein International Human Rights Fellowship Symposium, to be held Thursday-Friday, April 12-13, at the Yale Law School, 127 Wall St.
Symposium, workshop look at
Korean film, refugee crisis
The Council on East Asian Studies, part of the MacMillan Center at Yale, will hold two special events this week: a symposium on contemporary Korean film and a workshop on North Korean refugees.
Scholars to debate best way
to preserve 'global past'
Lawyers, museum curators and collectors, journal editors and scholars will gather on campus for an international symposium exploring issues surrounding cultural property, antiquities and archaeological ethics.
Yale applauds award-winning
robotics team from city school
The Elm City Robotics Squad -- a team from Hill Regional Career High School whose robot was the winning entry in the regional competition of the For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST) Robotics Competition -- was honored recently by representatives from Yale and the United Illuminating Company, as well as by New Haven Mayor John DeStefano Jr.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Chubb Fellowship hosts visit by 'America's greatest living composer'
Theater artists and scholars to honor legacy of playwright August Wilson
Library exhibit showcases books that feature images of trees
Award supports research on use of nanoparticles to treat prostate cancer
Carbon dioxide levels have affected Earth's climate for 420 million years, say geologists
Exhibit on creation of city's Holocaust memorial features students' oral history interview
Shlomchik receives award for his research on memory T-cells
Two Yale researchers receive Donaghue Investigator Awards
Symposium to showcase 'Next Generation of Legal Scholarship'
'Donate Life Week' seeks to raise awareness for organ donation
In Memoriam: Sebastian Konstantinovich Shaumyan
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Theater luminaries will pay tribute to the legacy of Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright August Wilson.
The newest exhibition at the Beinecke Library will explore the many facets of "Trees in Fact and Fable."