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Grant to fund study of stress
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded the Yale School of Medicine
$23.4 million to study the interactive effects of stress and self-control on
tobacco smoking, excessive drinking and overeating.
named new engineering dean
T. Kyle Vanderlick has been appointed dean of Yale Engineering and the Thomas
E. Golden Professor of Engineering, President Richard C. Levin announced.
Zipcar service offers environmentally friendly travel option
Yale and Zipcar, the world’s largest car-sharing service, have begun
a partnership to provide Zipcars on campus to University faculty, staff and
students as an environmentally friendly alternative to the cost of keeping
a car on campus.
Community invited to meet World Fellows at open house, series
The Yale community will have many opportunities this fall to meet the 2007 World
Fellows and hear their points of view on important global issues.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Britton reappointed to second term as Berkeley Divinity School dean
Development Office announces new associate vice presidents
‘Art for Yale’ celebrates ‘outpouring of gifts’ to gallery
Team seeking key to unlock link between stress and addictive behavior
School of Public Health creates new deanship in academic affairs
F&ES student working to insure survival of the snow leopard
Yale Rep opens its new season with Shakespeare classic
New York Times columnist to offer ‘Mobile Gadget Show-and-Tell’
New works by painter and printmaker Nathan Margalit on view at Slifka Center
While You Were Away ...
Biomass energy is the topic of talk by award-winning engineer
In Memoriam: Biochemists Joseph Fruton and Sofia Simmonds
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The downfall of a tyrant is the theme of Shakespeare's "Richard II," the first play of the Yale Rep's new season.
The exhibit "Art for Yale: Collecting for a New Century" opens on Sept. 18 at the Yale University Art Gallery.