Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Standing, Special and Appointments Committees' and 'University Information' are now available on-line.
Project will make select Yale College courses available to all on Internet
With a grant from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, Yale is producing digital videos of selected undergraduate courses this fall and next spring, which it will make available free of charge on the Internet, together with full transcripts in several languages, syllabi and other course materials.
F&ES professor wins
Lisa Curran, professor of tropical ecology and director of the Tropical Resources Institute at the School of Forestry & Environmental Studies (F&ES), has been awarded a five-year John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Fellowship.
Newly endowed R.W.B. Lewis Directorship at the Yale College Writing Center honors critic's
life and work
The directorship of the Yale College Writing Center has been endowed in the name of the late R.W.B. Lewis, a renowned literary critic and biographer who taught at Yale for nearly 30 years.
Center to focus on the study
Yale has established the first university-based institute in North America dedicated to the study of antisemitism.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Yale Library donates computers to hurricane-damaged university
David LaVan chosen to take part in 'Frontiers of Engineering'
New Republic editor visits as Poynter Fellow
Conference to explore frontier violence in American history, culture
Sports columnist Christine Brennan is this year's first Chubb Fellow
Yale Philharmonia to present three concerts at the Shubert
JE exhibit features photographer's portraits of gay and lesbian authors
'This Old Stuff' and a treasure hunt
are highlights of open house
Circumcision advocacy programs reduce incidence of HIV, report shows
Geologist honored for a second time with GSA Award for his research
Conference examines the work of German political theorist Hannah Arendt at centenary of her birth
Two assistant professors win awards for environmental health research
Five alumni are honored with the Yale Medal for their service to the University
Forum explored the topic of 'Biodiversity and Human Health'
Yale Books in Brief
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Lisa Curran (right) says that winning a MacArthur Fellowship is "like winning the lottery after 20 years of 'Survivor' in Borneo."
The Yale Philharmonia will present the first of a series of three concerts at the Shubert Theater on Sept. 29.