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University has reduced its greenhouse gas emissions by 17% in just two years
Yale has reduced its greenhouse gas emissions by 17% since committing to
a steep reduction in 2005, President Richard C. Levin reported in a speech
at the University of Copenhagen on Jan. 21.
New endowed chair honors Marie Borroff
A new endowed professorship has been established in honor of Marie Borroff, distinguished scholar, trained musician, poet and teacher of English literature, announced President Richard C. Levin.
Initiative to boost humanities-professional school interaction
Peter Brooks, Sterling Professor of Comparative Literature, received a $1.5
million Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Distinguished Achievement Award, which
will enable him to initiate a dialogue on the teaching of the humanities and
Faculty survey to be starting
point for ‘self-evaluation’
Most members of Yale’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) say that
having the freedom to choose the focus of their own research and the time they
spend in the classroom are two of the most satisfying aspects of working at
Yale, according to the results of a recently released report of a survey of
In Focus: Peking-Yale Joint Undergraduate Program
In a term this past fall in the Peking-Yale University Joint Undergraduate
Program, Chinese student Jiang Xiaowei learned something that, to her, felt
rather peculiar: that being “right” in the classroom is not necessarily
more important than being an original thinker.
Forming bonds in China: Students
hail their immersion experience
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Yale Press to create digital edition of Soviet leader Stalin’s Personal Archive
Switzerland tops experts’ index of global environmental leaders
Levin urges rededication to Martin Luther King Jr.’s ‘dream’
Paula Vogel to head School of Drama’s playwriting department
Study shows elderly with low vitamin E levels are at increased risk of physical
Researchers identify key factor in stress effects on the brain
Exhibits explore British artists’ images of the Middle East
Drama School stages Ibsen’s ‘Peer Gynt,’ an exploration of people’s need to dream
Poetry and visual arts are united in library exhibitions’ featured books
Teaching fellowship winners are urged to ‘create passion’
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Gary DeTurck '08 of Silliman College and Huang Huatai '09 of PKU greet each other at the start of the Yale-PKU program.
"Charles Lenox Cumming-Bruce in Turkish Dress" is one of the paintings on view in "The Lure of the East."