Dean David Kessler awarded Public Welfare Medal for leadership on health issues
Psychologist Karen Wynn cited for pioneering study of infants' ability to recognize numbers
Barbara A. Shailor of Rutgers University will be the new director of the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, President Richard C. Levin announced.
The discovery in Mongolia of the fossil of a new bird, Apsaravis Ukhaana, that lived about 80 million years ago, sheds new light on the evolution of birds, say scientists from Yale and the American Museum of Natural History.
Two high-tech companies will be making their home in New Haven, thanks to the efforts of The Enterprise Center, Inc. (TEC), a nonprofit entity that helps new entrepreneurs find the financing they need to start or expand their operations.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Lilly Endowment grants will help fund initiatives at the Divinity School, ISM
Directors, actors take part in symposium on Irish film
'A Yale Album' captures century of history in photos
Benson reappointed to second term as dean of School of Art
Talks trace the evolution of the 'democratic soul'
Nuns' library donation reveals new aspects of artist's life
Beinecke exhibit explores 18th-century views of theater
MEDICAL SCHOOL NEWS
Illustrator is inaugural Theodore Fellow
Exhibition will feature paintings by Gelernter
Historian David Kennedy to discuss World War II
Grant supports nurse's effort to prevent diabetes in teens
ITS announces appointment of new CMI director
Art gallery appoints its first deputy director
Musicologist Claude Palisca, scholar of Baroque opera, dies
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School of Art Dean Richard Benson photographed this portrait of Yale economist Thorstein Veblen for "A Yale Album: The Third Century," a book of images celebrating the past 100 years at the University.
This acrylic on board is one of David Gelernter's paintings on view at the Joseph Slifka Center through March 23.
"Rhinoceros Tap" is a collection of children's songs written by author and illustrator Sandra Boynton '74, '79 DRA who will visit the campus on Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 29 and 30 as the inaugural Theodore Fellow