Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Standing, Special and Appointments Committees' and 'University Information' are now available on-line.
University will hold its 306th Commencement May 28
Yale will mark the transformation of students into alumni during its 306th Commencement weekend, to be held Saturday-Monday, May 26-28.
'Oprah Show' hails first grandmother to earn Yale M.D.
A 44-year-old mother of five and grandmother who once thought admissions officers would simply laugh at her application to the Yale School of Medicine was celebrated recently for her perseverance on "The Oprah Winfrey Show."
Global health expert to head Yale's World Fellows Program
President Richard C. Levin has named Dr. Michael Cappello of the School of Medicine as director of the Yale World Fellows Program.
Trachtenberg reflects on
her 20 years as 'Betty T.'
When Betty Trachtenberg, dean of student affairs and associate dean of Yale College, announced in the fall that she would retire at the end of this academic year after two decades in her post, messages began flooding her e-mail inbox.
Inside the Forbidden City
A delegation of 100 Yale students, faculty and administrators, led by President Richard C. Levin, traveled to China May 15-25 at the invitation of the nation's leader, President Hu Jintao.
Summertime at Yale
The 'Summertime at Yale' supplement looks at what will be hot when the weather heats up.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
University to host international symposium on music education, honor noted music teachers
Law School to train legal journalists, media lawyers
Campus celebrates its first African-American graduate
University names its first director of sustainable transportation systems
Graduate School students applaud faculty mentors
Eight faculty members elected to the AAAS
Three Yale scholars are new members of the APS
Peter Reinhardt named director of Yale's Office of Environmental Health and Safety
Kim Bottomly named president of Wellesley College
First-Year Building Program's 40th anniversary
Festival highlights 'revolutionary' artists and thinkers
Peabody Museum exhibit to showcase award-winning wildlife photography
Study finds dynamin 1 gene is critical for sophisticated brain function
Researchers examine why children (and some adults) are resistant to scientific explanations
Three student scientists win Goldwater Scholarships
Archer named one of Glamour's 'Top 10 College Women'
Council of Masters presents awards to 10 juniors for their contributions
Ten Yale-China Teaching Fellows to begin appointments this summer
Top judges reach 'verdict' in law students' moot court trial
Dr. Lockwood's latest honors include 'Pulitzer Prize of the business press'
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Karen Morris will soon become the first grandmother ever to graduate from the School of Medicine.
The "Summertime at Yale" supplement looks at what will be hot when the weather heats up.