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Gift of $10 million to support
work of China Law Center
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation will donate $10 million to support The China Law Center of Yale Law School for five years.
Studies cast new light on problems, treatment of childhood obesity
Bias against overweight youths can
have lasting impact
Weight management program shown
to cut diabetes risk
Students' summer projects designed to serve city's needs
Eight Yale College students are dedicating their summer vacation to community service in New Haven as Dwight Hall Summer Interns, working on projects ranging from home hospice care to helping 5th- and 6th-graders improve their reading skills.
Tennis center being transformed into state-of-the-art facility
Work has begun on the Cullman-Heyman Tennis Center, a new facility for the Yale men's and women's tennis programs being funded by generous leadership gifts from Samuel J. Heyman '60 and the estate of the late Joseph F. Cullman III '35.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE NEWS
Paul Genecin reappointed as director of YUHS
Postdoc honored with fellowship for research on drug delivery
Architecture School to begin new year in temporary home with talk, exhibit
Exhibit showcases diverse incarnations of Kipling's books
Manuscripts provide window into pre-20th-century Islamic life, learning
Alumni earn Yale Medals for service to their alma mater
Newly renovated Cross Campus Library to open in the fall
Exhibit highlights career of artist who 'probed the nation's ills'
Pilot Pen tournament to bring top-ranked players to Elm City
Ira Millstein is again named 'Corporate Lawyer of the Year'
MacMillan Center awards book prize to French professor Maurice Samuel
In Memoriam: Peter H. Marris
Memorial service for Helen Simpson Culler
Documentary on the creation of Peabody Museum's Torosaurus sculpture wins regional Emmy Award
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Recently acquired Islamic manuscripts are now on view in an exhibition at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library.
The School of Architecture will began its fall program of lectures and exhibits with a display on suburban sprawl.