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Garden honors scholar who sought to improve Japanese-U.S. relations
A campus garden has been created in honor of Kan’ichi Asakawa (1873-1948), a Yale alumnus and professor who is considered the founder of the field of East Asian studies in the United States and who sought to improve U.S.-Japanese relations on the brink of World War II.
Newly renovated and renamed
The newly renovated and renamed Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Library (formerly
known as the Cross Campus Library) has opened its doors after undergoing extensive
Sustainability is on the menu
at new Library Café
Yale to create ‘think tank’
for improving public health
The Yale School of Public Health (YSPH) will lead an initiative to develop
a blueprint for improving the nation’s public programs with support from
a $400,000 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Horwich appointed to
Dr. Arthur Horwich, the newly named Sterling Professor of Genetics and Pediatrics,
has conducted research that has fundamentally changed science’s view
of how proteins are made — and how they can misform with disastrous results.
Stockholder honored for ‘extensive and ongoing’ artistic achievements
Yale School of Art professor Jessica Stockholder has been selected winner of
the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s annual Lucelia Artist Award, which
is intended to encourage the artist’s future development and experimentation.
Color, ‘stuff’ and ‘moving through
the world’ inspire artist
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Leadership program for Indian government officials is launched
Laurie Santos is named a ‘Brilliant Ten’ scientist
New multimedia online journal will examine major environmental issues
The architecture of contemporary sacred spaces is the focus of events
Company will use Yale research to create treatments for eye disease
YSN’s new associate dean for scholarly affairs is noted sleep disorders specialist
‘The Veiled Monologues’ offers a look at the lives of Muslim women
In ‘Making Do,’ artists will create with a specific limitation
‘Trouble in Mind,’ the Yale Rep’s next play, examines issues of race, identity
Life science technologies to be highlighted in Yale BioHaven series
Walpole Library also opens after renovations
Carolyn Mazure is recognized for her contributions to women’s health research
School of Music student wins top conducting awards
From the United Way: ‘A Story of Finding Peace’
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Vice President Linda Koch Lorimer (right) surveys the Kan'ichi Asakawa Garden at Saybrook College with Japanese Ambassador Ryozo Kato and his wife, Hanayo Kato.
The School of Art's exhibit "Making Do" will explore both the process and the final product of five young artists.