Yale to construct $176 million building
for medical research and education
Yale announced that it will begin construction of a new $176 million building on Congress Avenue to house key research and state-of-the-art educational facilities for the School of Medicine.
Hockey player is humanitarian
outside the rink
Women's hockey team captain Julianna Schantz-Dunn, one of five finalists for the 2000 College Hockey Humanitarian Award, became interested in community service a little earlier than most people -- in the second grade, to be exact.
Scientist invents device for
at-home testing of glaucoma
A new device that allows at-home testing for glaucoma, one of the leading causes of blindness around the world, has been designed by a Yale physician.
Professor brings presidential
expertise to PBS series
Even as Americans are contemplating with increasing interest this year's race for the presidency, Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) is presenting a series on the history of the individuals who have won and served in the American presidency.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Test reveals voters' unconscious presidential preferences
Executive decries 'disturbing trends' in the media
Writer describes her passion for her craft at master's tea
Study shows tongue's temperature affects taste
Alumna extols virtues of studying math
Seminar seeks to spark interest on Latino health issues
Yale surgeon is using a new, less-invasive treatment for easing carpal tunnel syndrome
Veteran sports writers help Yale journalists hone their craft
Law School colloquium to explore welfare 'reform'
Researchers discover role of 'duet' in cell function
Neuroscientist is honored by Danish university
Dr. Sherwin Nuland will discuss early myths about the body at book signing
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|The Congress Avenue building, pictured in this architect's rendering, will house six floors of laboratories for disease-based research, facilities for genomics and magnetic resonance imaging and state-of-the-art teaching space for anatomy and histology.|
A fierce competitor in the rink, hockey captain Julianna Schantz-Dunn always finds time for community service off the ice.