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Medical School receives
major research grants
$57.3 million to speed laboratory-to-bedside treatments
$11.5 million to improve cancer diagnosis and therapies
Museum technicians to show their own artworks at Open Studios
It has become a Yale Bulletin & Calendar tradition to showcase the artistic talents of some of the staff members or students who are participating in the annual City-Wide Open Studios (CWOS), a month-long celebration of the arts presented by Artspace.
Student designs creative alternative to traditional construction fencing
Yale student Alexander Newman-Wise would like to spark a revolution in the field of architecture that has nothing to do with buildings, but rather with what surrounds them while they're being built.
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Levin, Zedillo discuss the role of UNESCO at Paris event
'Women and Globalization' will be the topic of discussion by female World Fellows at Yale
Marketing executives and scholars to discuss latest trends
Australia's history and people are focus of film
Exhibit features paintings of England by Venetian artist 'Canaletto'
Lecture will examine the U.N. and 21st-century challenges
Play reading and talk will explore the romantic life of Benjamin Franklin
Tanner Lectures and related discussion to focus on humanities
'Crafting a Life' is the theme of this year's Law School reunions
Student research on early French songs culminates in medieval music concert
ALL gallery after-party celebrates artists in its newest exhibit and in CWOS
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Among the Yale-affiliated artists featured in City-Wide Open Studies are (from left) Jessica Smolinski, Margot Curran, Rachel Hellerich, Alicia Van Campen and Anna Daegele, all museum technicians at the Yale Art Gallery.
"Capriccio of a Renaissance Palace" is one of the works by Giovanni Antonio Canal (called Canaletto) on view in the new exhibition at the Yale Center for British Art.
The Yale University Policy Statement on Student Records (Buckley Amendment) is now available online.