Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Standing, Special and Appointments Committees' and 'University Information' are now available on-line.
Yale to increase medical and scientific research programs with acquisition of the Bayer HealthCare complex
President Richard C. Levin announced that Yale's efforts to expand and strengthen its medical and scientific research programs will take a major leap forward with the acquisition of the Bayer HealthCare complex in West Haven and Orange, Connecticut.
Acquisition to expand Yale's economic impact
Milestones in building Yale's medical
and scientific research strength
Study shows stem cells curb
Parkinson's disease in primates
Primates with severe Parkinson's disease were able to walk, move and eat better -- and had diminished tremors -- after being injected with human neural stem cells, a research team from Yale, Harvard, the University of Colorado, and the Burnham Institute reported June 11 in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
China proves 'a great joy'
for Yale 'friends from afar'
Yale students, faculty and administrators learned firsthand the power of "people to people" diplomacy during a trip to China May 15-25.
The China Diaries: Perspectives by student
members of the 'Yale 100'
With pomp, Yale celebrates
its newest graduates
As Yale's 1,334 graduating seniors gathered in Woolsey Hall to hear parting words from President Richard C. Levin, they were reminded that they held the distinction of being the first class in the history of Yale College whose members come from as many foreign nations as they do U.S. states: in both cases, 50.
Outstanding teachers and students are
awarded prizes at Class Day celebration
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Former Yale gallery director has been elected an alumni fellow
NASA administrator is appointed University's first CFO
'Lights, cameras and action!' come to campus
Delegations travel to Brazil and Mexico for alumni-hosted events
Initiative seeks to promote effective use of solar power
Air pollution is shown to harm pregnant woman
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE NEWS
Students' research on wood frogs is featured in Peabody exhibit
In Memoriam: Naturalist Charles L. Remington
Performances will showcase talents of young playwrights
New Yale website illustrates the history of slavery in Connecticut
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its 306th graduation on May 28.
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.