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Students fan out overseas
for architecture studios
The world has become a classroom — literally — for students at
the Yale School of Architecture, who have fanned out across the globe, from
Shanghai to Rome, to visit sites they have been studying intensely on campus
University Church in Yale marks 250 years of tradition and reform
The University Church in Yale, the oldest continuously operating college
church in the nation, will mark its 250th year with a series of events this
fall that will begin with a special anniversary service on Sunday, Oct. 7, featuring
renowned preacher Barbara Brown Taylor.
NIH honors scientist for innovative work on microscopes
Derek Toomre, assistant professor of cell biology at the Yale School of Medicine,
has received a $2.5 million National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director’s
New Innovator Award to develop optical techniques for a new generation of microscopes
that will help in researching cancer and diabetes, among other diseases.
‘Yale at Carnegie’ series to feature performances by students, faculty
The Yale School of Music will showcase the talents of its faculty and students
in a decidedly off-campus location — New York’s famed Carnegie
Hall — in a new concert series that opens in October.
Yale makes dramatic changes in research compliance procedures
This past year has seen very dramatic changes in how sponsored research is
administered at Yale.
Web-based system for effort
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Once a ‘musical theater guy,’ writer is now a ‘gadget freak’
Forum to examine ways that New Haven can become a ‘sustainable city’
The allure of fly fishing is explored in museum exhibit
Workshops to explore global issues related to economic growth and development
World Fellows share in a night of ‘intercultural understanding’
Beinecke show examines the Italian festival book tradition
Center’s events to feature internationally known architects
Issues of spirituality to be explored in exhibit, poetry reading
Scavenger hunt orients new graduate students to the campus and Elm City
United Way Days of Caring brings out volunteers from the Yale community
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Established 250 years ago in response to students' request for a place of worship to call their own, the University Church today draws on a wide range of Christian traditions in its weekly services.
The history, techniques and enthusiastic practitioners of fly fishing are highlighted in a new Peabody Museum show.