Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Standing, Special and Appointments Committees' and 'University Information' are now available on-line.
Alumnus makes major gift
to new cancer care facility
Yale-New Haven Hospital (YNHH) and Yale University announced that alumnus
Joel E. Smilow (Yale College ’54) will make a major gift to support the
new 14-story cancer hospital currently under construction on Park Street.
The comprehensive patient care facility will be known as the Smilow Cancer
New Yale ALERT system to allow instant communications during emergencies
During an emergency, Yale officials will be able to contact members of the
campus community within minutes using a new communication system being launched
Microsoft-Yale project will provide worldwide access to University’s rare book collections
Readers around the world will soon have online access to thousands of rare
books in the Yale Library thanks to an agreement between the University and
Microsoft Corporation to digitize many volumes found only in the Yale collections.
NIH honors chemist for innovative
work on antibodies
David Spiegel, assistant professor of organic chemistry, has received a $1.5
million National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director’s New Innovator
Award that will support his work designing a “rational” approach
for using antibodies to target a wide variety of cells and disease types.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
NIH-funded study to explore how damaged cancer cells mend
Study: New brain cells listen before they talk
Study shows tiny RNAs play big role in controlling genes
Yale geologist honored for research on climate variations
New Yale opera group will debut with a performance of 17th-century music
Yale singing groups come together for a concert to benefit United Way
‘The Future of Energy’ conference to assess issues of next 25 years
Ten Yale scientists are honored with election as fellows of the AAAS
Funding cuts have created a ‘crisis’ in the battle against cancer, says panel
OCR chief testifies before Congress
Memorial service for Kitty Lustman-Findling to be held on Nov. 10
Frederick Douglass Prize awarded for book exploring British abolitionism
Yale Books in Brief
Bulletin Home|Visiting on Campus|Calendar of Events
In the News|Bulletin Board|Classifieds|E-Mail Us
Deadlines|Search Archives|Bulletin Staff
Office of Public Affairs|News Releases|Yale University
The next issue of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar will be published on Friday, Nov. 9.
This artist's rendering reveals what the 14-story Smilow Cancer Hospital will look like when it is completed in 2009.
Students rehearse for the Yale Baroque Opera Project's first production, "Ardo, Ardo" ("I burn, I burn").