Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Standing, Special and Appointments Committees' and 'University Information' are now available on-line.
With 31 winners, Yale has most
Fulbright recipients this year
With 31 students receiving Fulbright grants to study or teach abroad, Yale is this year's "top producer" among institutions participating in the prestigious awards program.
Grants to support research on adolescent parents and HIV/STI
$8 million to reduce risk in young expectant mothers
$2.5 million to study role of teen fathers in health decisions
Joint Yale-Chile astronomy
program has been renewed
Provost Andrew D. Hamilton has announced a three-year, $521,000 renewal of the Yale-Universidad de Chile (U. de Chile) International Program in Astronomy Education and Research, which supports undergraduate and graduate student and faculty interchange.
Divinity School exhibit shows
human impact of Iraq war
Row upon row of empty combat boots represent just some of the U.S. soldiers who have died in Iraq in the exhibit "Eyes Wide Open," on view through Oct. 31 at the Divinity School's Sterling Quadrangle, 409 Prospect St.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Three Divinity School faculty members appointed to endowed posts
Scientist's molecular research yields clues about herbal therapies
V.P. Shauna King announces changes in Office of Finance and Administration
Using writing as a creative outlet brings benefits to medical residents
Nobel laureate to discuss the threat of nuclear proliferatio
Yale's Witt will help coach U.S. team at Four Nations Cup
Stomach hormone activates region of brain that controls reward behavior, study finds
Study by School of Medicine researchers shows low levels of oxygen may preserve stem cells
Study shows genes and life stress interact in the brain
New concert series will offer fresh look at chamber music
Yale Cancer Center and YNHH offer free programs on cancer treatmen
Medical school and hospital honored for rapid response team in pediatric
Memorial service for Dr. Paul Beeson
U.N. official's talk rescheduled
Images of Autumn
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Nobel Peace Prize winner Mohamed ElBaradei will talk about current challenges in nuclear arms control.
Hilary Witt, the winningest coach in Yale women's hockey, is making her debut on the international hockey scene.