Yale Bulletin and Calendar

May 10, 2002Volume 30, Number 29Two-Week Issue
















Art & Architecture Building

Afro-American Cultural Center

Yale Center for British Art

Bass Center for Molecular and Structural Biology

Boyer Center for Molecular Medicine

Brady Memorial Laboratory

Beinecke Rare Book Library

Cross Campus Library

Connecticut Mental Health Center

Child Study Center

Digital Media Center for the Arts

Hall of Graduate Studies

Hunter Radiation Therapy Center

Institute of Sacred Music

Institution for Social
& Policy Studies

Jane Ellen Hope Building

John B. Pierce Laboratory

J.W. Gibbs Research Laboratories

Kline Biology Tower

Kline Geology Laboratory

Linsly-Chittenden Hall

Laboratory of Epidemiology
& Public Health

Laboratory for Medicine
& Pediatrics

Osborn Memorial Laboratory

Payne Whitney Gym

Sterling Hall of Medicine

Sterling Law Buildings

Sprague Memorial Hall

Sterling Memorial Library

School of Management

Sloane Physics Laboratory

Sheffield-Sterling-Strathcona Hall

Undergraduate Career Services

Whitney Humanities Center

William L. Harkness Hall

Wright Nuclear Structure

Yale Center for International and Area Studies

Yale University Art Gallery

Yale University
Health Services

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Friday, May 10

Civic Orchestra of New Haven
8 p.m. Battell Chapel. Program includes Mendelssohn's "Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in E Minor" with featured artist Kyung Yu, Beethoven's "Prometheus Overture" and Schubert's "Symphony No. 9 in C Major (The Great)." A contribution of $10 per family, $5 per individual or $3 for students and seniors is suggested.

Saturday, May 11

"Music of the Spirit: Sacred Music of 18th-Century Austria"
8 p.m. Battell Chapel. The New Haven Chorale, under the direction of Paul Mueller, will offer works of Haydn and Mozart. Members of the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, directed by Jung-Ho Pak, will accompany the singers. Tickets: $20; $15 for students and seniors. Info.: (203) 787-1887; www.newhavenchorale.org.

Friday, May 17

"For the Beauty of the Earth"
8 p.m. Battell Chapel. The Greater New Haven Community Chorus and the United Girls' Choir of Branford will perform works celebrating nature, including Brahms' "Wondrous Cool, Thou Woodland Quiet," Mascagni's "Anthem for Spring" and Guthrie's "This Land is Your Land." Tickets: $10 (available at the door). Info.: (203) 624-1979.

Sunday, May 19

"Gospel Music from the American South"
3 p.m. McNeil Lecture Hall, YUAG. Performers from St. Mary's Unison Freewill Baptist Church will be directed by Andrea Daniels and accompanied by organist Janice Smith.

Saturday, May 25

Yale Glee Club Commencement Concert
8 p.m. Woolsey Hall. Tickets: $12; $10 for students. Info.: (203) 436-2359.


Fri. & Sat., May 10 & 11; Mon.-Sat., May 13-18

"Iphigeneia at Aulis"
Monday, 7 p.m.; Tuesday-Friday, 8 p.m.; Saturday, 2 p.m. & 8 p.m. Yale Rep. The Yale Rep closes its season with Euripides' classic drama, newly translated and adapted by Kenneth Cavander, and directed by Rebecca Bayla Taichman. Tickets: $22-$39. Info.: (203) 432-1234; www.yalerep.org.


Friday, May 10

"Tinkering with the Natural: Lessons from Japan for an Anthropology of the Body"
1:45-2:45 p.m. Aud., Luce Hall. Margaret Lock, McGill Univ. Part of the Japan Anthropology Workshop conference. Info.: http://pantheon.yale. edu/~wwkelly/JAWS_2002/index.html. (CEAS)

Monday, May 13

"Partnerships for Community Health Improvement"
5:30-7 p.m. Steiner Rm., SHM. Dr. David Katz. (Health Policy Journal Club)

Tuesday, May 14

"Kongo Carolina, Kongo New Orleans"
2 p.m. YUAG. Robert Farris Thompson presents the second lecture in the series "Indelibly Black: African Art for African Americans."

Wednesday, May 15

"The Narrative of Illness"
Noon, ISPS; 7:30 p.m., Slifka Center. Dr. Jerome E. Groopman, Harvard Medical Sch. Lunch will be provided at the noon meeting for those who contact Carol Pollard in advance at (203) 432-6188; carol.pollard@yale.edu. (ISPS)

"New States of Nuclear Matter: Quark Matter, Hot and Cold"
8 p.m. Aud., KGL. Jack Sandweiss. (Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences)

Thursday, May 16

"After and Before"
Noon. YUAG. Gallery Talk tour led by artist Heide Fasnacht, whose work is in the exhibition "Looking at America."

"Changing the Earth"
5:30 p.m. McNeil Lecture Hall, YUAG. Photographer Emmet Gowin, director of the Program in Visual Arts at Princeton Univ. Part of the Yale Art Gallery's "Museum-Wide Celebration." Reception, tours and music will follow at 6:30 p.m.

Wednesday, May 22

"Looking at America"
12:20 p.m. YUAG. Art à la Carte talk by Jennifer Gross.

Thursday, May 23

"Canyengue! The Black Roots of Tango"
Noon. YUAG. Robert Farris Thompson will present the third lecture in the series "Indelibly Black: African Art for African Americans."


Friday, May 10

"The Japanese in Singapore: 'Under Another Sun' & 'The Second Wave'"
7:30-9:30 p.m. Aud., Luce Hall. Part of the Japan Anthropology Workshop conference. Info.: http://pantheon.yale.edu/~wwkelly/JAWS_2002/ index.html. (CEAS)

Saturday, May 11

"After Life" (1998)
9-11 p.m. Aud., Luce Hall. Directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda. Part of the Japan Anthropology Workshop conference. Info.: http://pantheon.yale.edu/ ~wwkelly/JAWS_2002/index.html. (CEAS)


Fri.-Sun., May 10-12

Japan Anthropology Workshop (JAWS)
Info.: http://pantheon.yale.edu/~wwkelly/JAWS_ 2002/index.html; william.kelly@yale.edu. (CEAS)

Thursday, May 16

"The Future of Therapeutic Cloning"
9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Luce Hall. Robert Lanza, vice president and medical director of Advanced Cell Technology, Inc., along with a panel of members of the Bioethics Project Stem Cell Working Research Group, will discuss the nature and future prospects of therapeutic cloning, as well as the significance of stem cell research. Info.: (203) 432-6188; carol.pollard@yale.edu.

Fri.-Sun., May 17-19

"The Chicken: Its Biological, Social, Cultural and Industrial History from Neolithic Middens to McNuggets"
Conference will provide a natural and cultural history of the chicken, and will feature a film festival, literary events, exhibition of breeds, and cuisine featuring real and alternative chicken. Info.: www.yale.edu/agrarianstudies/chicken. (Program in Agrarian Studies/Center for the Study of Globalization/ ISPS/YCIAS)

Biomedical Sciences

Friday, May 10

"Interesting Patients"
8:30 a.m. Beeson Library, 6th flr., HRT. (Section of Allergy and Clinical Immunology)

"Detection of Coronary Artery Disease in Asymptomatic Patients with Diabetes"
Noon. Rm. 206, BCMM. Dr. Frans Wackers. (Endocrine Physiology and Therapeutics Conf.)

Monday, May 13

"Recent Studies of Stat3 Knock-outs, from Liver to Endothelium"
4-5 p.m. Rm. 206, BCMM. Xin-Yuan Fu. (VBT-IPCT)

"Dynamic, Multimodal and Hedonic Aspects of Neural Taste Responses in Awake Rats"
4 p.m. Peter B. Gordon Memorial Library. Donald B. Katz, Duke Univ. (JPL)

Tuesday, May 14

"Helping Families of Cancer Patients: A Research-based Program of Care"
8:30 a.m. Fitkin Amph. Laurel L. Northouse, Univ. of Michigan Sch. of Nursing. (Cancer Center Grand Rounds)

"Toward the Development of Drugs that Modulate Cell Adhesion"
Noon. Rm. B137, BML. Orest Blaschuk, McGill Univ. (Dept. of Pathology)

Wednesday, May 15

"Where Do Little Golgi Stacks Come From?"
Noon. Brady Aud., Lauder Hall. Benjamin Glick, Univ. of Chicago. (Dept. of Cell Biology)

"How the Immune System Works to Protects Its Host from Infection and Autoimmunity"
Noon-1 p.m. Fitkin Amph. Dr. Charles A. Janeway. (Dept. of Pediatrics Grand Rounds)

Thursday, May 16

"Molecular Mechanisms of Lymphocyte Homing"
11 a.m. Fitkin Amph. Steven Rosen, UC-San Francisco. (Section of Immunobiology)

"The Sick Doctor: Impaired Surgeons"
5-6 p.m. Rm. 216, JEH. Dr. Howard M. Spiro will present the C. Elton Cahow Memorial Lecture. (Dept. of Surgery Grand Rounds)

Friday, May 17

"Endothelial Dysfunction in the Pre-diabetic State: Opportunities for Diabetes and CVD Prevention"
Noon. Rm. 206, BCMM. Enrique Caballero, Joslin. (Endocrine Physiology and Therapeutics Conf.)

Wednesday, May 22

"Lipids, Proteins and Their Organization in Membrane Fusion During Influenza Entry and Secretory Vesicles Exocytosis"
Noon. Rm. C429, SHM. Joshua Zimmerberg, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. (Dept. of Cell Biology)

Dept. of Pediatrics Grand Rounds
Noon-1 p.m. Fitkin Amph. Topic to be announced.

"Examples of Clinical Laboratory Instrumentation Research in Industry: Hematology Control and Rapid ESR"
4-5 p.m. Rm. 401, Clinic Bldg. Dr. Richard Torres. (Dept. of Laboratory Medicine)

Thursday, May 23

"Signal Transduction Mediated by MEK Kinase 3 in Angiogenesis and Cytokine Response"
11 a.m. Fitkin Amph. Bing Su, Univ. of Texas. (Section of Immunobiology)

"Update in the Treatment of Ovarian Cancer"
4 p.m. Brady Aud., Lauder Hall. Dr. Robert F. Ozols, Fox Chase Cancer Center. (Dept. of Obstetrics and Gynecology Grand Rounds)

"Damage Control: A 10-Year Perspective"
5-6 p.m. Rm. 216, JEH. Dr. Michael F. Rotondo, East Carolina Univ. (Dept. of Surgery Grand Rounds)

Friday, May 24

"The Molecular Basis of CD8 Interaction with Ligands Class I and TL and the Role of Glycosylation in Modulating that Interaction"
8:30 a.m. Beeson Library, 6th flr., HRT. Paula Kavathas. (Section of Allergy and Clinical Immunology)

"Molecular Pathogenesis of Hyperparathyroidism"
Noon. Rm. 206, BCMM. Dr. Andrew Arnold, Univ. of Connecticut. (Endocrine Physiology and Therapeutics Conf.)

"Liver Fibrosis"
1-1:50 p.m. Rm. 92, LMP. Lawrence Bassin. (Section of Digestive Diseases & Pediatric Gastroenterology/Hepatology)


Friday, May 10

Spring Book Fair
10 a.m.-4 p.m. Rotunda, SHM. Children's books, current bestsellers, cookbooks, self-help books and more will be on sale. Proceeds will benefit the Phyllis Bodel Childcare Center at the Sch. of Medicine.

Open Meeting of Advisory Committee on Investor Responsibility
4:30-6 p.m. Rm. A30, SOM. William N. Goetzmann, chair. Open to members of the Yale community. Info.: www.acir.yale.edu. (ACIR)

Saturday, May 11

"Kinship in New Haven"
7-11 p.m. Off-Broadway Performance Space. Event will benefit All Our Kin, a non-profit organization that trains women on public assistance to be providers of high-quality child care. Joe Klein, staff writer for The New Yorker and author of "Primary Colors," will be the special guest; Senator Joseph Lieberman is honorary chair. Tickets: $50; $25 for students; additional donations appreciated. Event includes buffet dinner and open bar. Info.: (203) 387-4939; www.allourkin.org.

Wednesday, May 15

"Talking with Parents of Young Children (Ages Birth-5 Years)"
Noon-1 p.m. Rm. 119, HGS. Lola Nash will discuss developmental growth, age-appropriate expectations, day care, skills, play, social and cognitive development and emotional support. Registration (203) 785-2512; susan.abramson@yale.edu. (Office of the Provost/CSC/Office of Women in Medicine/ McDougal Center/Early Childhood Education Program)

"Life Balance Workshop"
9 a.m.-noon. Rm. 115, LEPH. Fee: $65; $50 for members of the Yale community. Registration: www.yale.edu/learningcenter.

"Advanced Customer Service for Managers"
9 a.m.-4 p.m. Rm. LLI, 221 Whitney Ave. Fee: $110; $90 for members of the Yale community. Registration: www.yale.edu/learningcenter.

Thursday, May 16

Book Signing
1 p.m. Yale Bookstore. Arnold A. Offner, will discuss and sign copies of "Another Such Victory: President Truman and the Cold War 1945-1953."

Yale Art Gallery Museum-Wide Celebration
6:30 p.m. YUAG. Celebration will feature a reception in the sculpture hall, tours of the current exhibitions and music in the galleries. A lecture by photographer Emmet Gowin titled "Changing the Earth" will precede event at 5:30 p.m.

Friday, May 17

"Luncheon Meditation"
Noon-1 p.m. Rm. LLI, 221 Whitney Ave. Registration: www.yale.edu/learningcenter.

Saturday, May 18

"The World in Your Backyard: Biodiversity Day at the Peabody"
10 a.m.-4 p.m. Peabody Museum. Family festival, featuring talks, demonstrations and workshops relating to biodiversity and globalization, celebrates International Museum Day and International Biodiversity Observation Year. Special guest Claire Criscuolo, owner of Claire's Cornucopia, will give cooking demonstrations. Free with admission ($5; $3 for children and seniors; free with Yale I.D.). Info.: (203) 432-5050; www.peabody.yale.edu.

Wednesday, May 22

"Customer Service for Front Line Service Providers"
9 a.m.-4 p.m. Rm. LLI, 221 Whitney Ave. Fee: $90; $110 for members of the Yale community. Registration: www.yale.edu/learningcenter.

Thursday, May 23

"Making Your Resume Work for You"
9 a.m.-noon. Steiner Rm., SHM. Fee: $65; free for members of the Yale community. Registration: www.yale.edu/learningcenter.

"Designing a Performance Development System"
9 a.m.-noon. Aud., Peabody Museum. Fee: $65; $50 for members of the Yale community. Registration: www.yale.edu/learningcenter.

"Coaching Skills for Managers"
1-4 p.m. 14th flr., 265 Church St. Fee: $65; $50 for members of the Yale community. Registration: www.yale.edu/learningcenter.

Book Signing
6 p.m. Yale Bookstore. Nicholas Dawidoff will discuss and sign copies of "The Fly Swatter: How My Grandfather Made His Way in the World."



Yale Astronomy Public Nights
First Thursday of each month. Top level, Pierson-Sage Parking Garage. Visitors will have the opportunity to view astronomical objects such as the moon, planets, star clusters and galaxies through one of the department's many telescopes. Astronomers will be on hand to describe the objects. Info.: www.astro.yale.edu/publicnights.

Guided Tours of Campus
Monday-Friday, 10:30 a.m. & 2 p.m.; Saturday & Sunday, 1:30 p.m. Yale Visitor Center, Dwight Hall. Info.: (203) 432-2300.

Highlights Tours of the Peabody Museum
Saturday & Sunday, 1 p.m. Lobby, Peabody Museum. Free with museum admission ($5; $3 for children and seniors; free with valid Yale I.D.). Info.: (203) 432-5050; www.peabody.yale.edu.

Masterpiece Tours of the Yale Art Gallery
Saturday, 1:30 p.m.; Sunday, 3 p.m. YUAG. Tours of the permanent collection led by docents.


School of Architecture
Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. "Zaha Hadid Laboratory," through May 10.

School of Art
10 a.m.-5 p.m. "MFA Thesis Exhibition -- Photography" (Walead Beshty, Jeffrey Chiedo, Catherine Cobb, Sarah Darpli, Sarah Martin, Eric Recktenwald, Laura Gail Tyler and Melanie Willhide), through May 12; "MFA Thesis Exhibition -- Graphic Design" (Margarita Barrios Ponce, Juliette Cezzar, Hyun Cho, Sung Min Choi, Glen Cummings, Allan Espiritu, Kenneth Kim, Sang Do Kim, Sung Joong Kim, Ahree Lee, Dan Michaelson, Rebecca Ross, Deena Suh and Jonty Valentine), May 13-28.

Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. "Isabelle de Charrièrre," through May 3; "America Pictured to the Life: Illustrated Works from the Paul Mellon Bequest," through July 17.

Institute of Sacred Music
Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. "The Florence Portfolio," through June 14.

Jonathan Edwards College Master's House
Thursday, 4-6 p.m., or by appt. "The Aura of the Cause: A Photo Album for North American Volunteers in the Spanish Civil War," through May 28. Info.: (203) 432-0356.

Sterling Memorial Library
Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:45 p.m. Memorabilia Rm. "Charles A. Lindbergh: A Commemorative View," through May 21.

Yale Center for British Art
Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday, noon-5 p.m. "Paula Rego: Celestina's House," through July 14.

Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History
Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday, noon-5 p.m. "The African Roots of the Amistad Rebellion: Masks of the Sacred Bush," "The Muskrat and the Osprey: The Hidden Quinnipiac Marsh," "O.C. Marsh: His Life and Legacy," "Life in Ancient Egypt" and "Hall of Native American Cultures," on view indefinitely. Admission: $5; $3 for children and seniors; free with valid Yale I.D. Info.: www.peabody.yale.edu.

Yale Physicians Building Art Place
Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. The fifth in a series of exhibitions featuring paintings, photographs, sculptures, pottery and quilts by local artists and University faculty and staff; through September.

Yale University Art Gallery
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, 10 a.m.- 5 p.m.; Thursday, 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sunday, 1- 6 p.m. "Art for All Seasons: Asian Art at Yale, Part II," through Sept. 1; "Emmet Gowin: Changing the Earth, Aerial Photographs," through July 28; "Robert Adams: What We Bought, The New World" and "Lewis Baltz: Park City, Contemporary Photographs," through July 28; "Looking at America," through July 28.


Alcoholics Anonymous
Monday, 7:30 a.m., Dwight Hall, Open Big Book Meeting; Tuesday, 7:30 a.m., Dwight Hall, Open Living Sober Meeting; Wednesday, 7:30 a.m., Dwight Hall, Open Promises and Traditions Meeting; Wednesday, 8 p.m., YUHS basement, Meeting; Thursday, 7:30 a.m., St. Thomas More Chapel Hall, Open Step Meeting; Friday, 7:30 a.m., Dwight Hall, Open Topic Discussion Meeting; Sunday, 8 a.m., YUHS basement, Open Discussion Meeting.

Alzheimer's Disease Support Group
First Thursday of each month, 1:15 p.m. 6th flr., 1 Church St. The Alzheimer's Disease Research Unit is offering a support group for relatives and friends of those with Alzheimer's disease. Dessert and coffee will be served. Info.: (203) 764-8100.

Second Thursday of each month, 7 p.m. Rm. 119/120b, HGS. ASHA-Yale is a volunteer organization dedicated to promoting basic education in India. Info.: asha@yale.edu; www.yale.edu/asha.

Becoming Better Teachers: A Medical Education Discussion Group
Fourth Tuesday of each month, noon-1 p.m. Computer lab, Medical Sch. library, 333 Cedar St. (Office of Academic Development)

Greater New Haven Toastmasters
Second and fourth Wednesday of each month, 6:30-8:15 p.m. Rm. 405, BASS. All members and guests are welcome to join the public speaking improvement group. Info.: Sid Kelly, (203) 882-2542, (203) 937-1922 or skelly16@snet.net.

Marxist Reading Group
Alternate Fridays beginning Sept. 14, 4 p.m. Rm. 108, WHC. Readings available in WHC main office. Info.: www.yale.edu/amstud/marxism; john.mackay@yale.edu.

Overeaters Anonymous
Monday, 7-8 p.m. Women's Center, 198 Elm St. Beginners and Big Book meeting; men are welcome. Info.: Sophia, (203) 752-9000; oasolution@hotmail.com.

Yale Korean BioScience Society (YKBS)
Second Thursday of each month, 6-9 p.m. Rm. c015, SHM. Seminars will be presented by the professional group. Info.: www.yale.edu/ykbs.

Yale-New Haven Yiddish Reading Circle
Wednesday, noon-1:15 p.m. Slifka Center. Reading of modern and classical Yiddish literature. Reading knowledge of Yiddish is desirable. Info.: (203) 288-8206.

Yale Poetry Group
Alternate Thursdays beginning Jan. 17, 8 p.m. Calhoun College fellows room.

Yale Toastmasters Club
Alternate Tuesdays and Fridays, noon. Open to members of the Yale community. Info.: www.yale.edu/toastmasters; (203) 436-3903; ann.straub@yale.edu.


University Public Worship
Sunday, 11 a.m. Battell Chapel. Info.: (203) 432-8750. The Reverend Frederick J. Streets will preach on May 12; the Reverend Pamela Bro will preach on May 19; the Reverend Cynthia Terry will preach on May 26 at 9 a.m. (Church of Christ in Yale, member church of the United Church of Christ)

Episcopal Church at Yale
Student Life Center (SLC), 341 Elm St. Sunday, 5 p.m., Dwight Chapel, Holy Communion, followed by dinner on the first Sunday of each month at the SLC. Sunday, 10 p.m., Christ Church, 84 Broadway, Compline, medieval song prayer service. Wednesday, 6:15 p.m., Berkeley Divinity Sch., Midweek Communion, meet at SLC for transportation. The Reverend Kathleen Dorr, chaplain. Info.: (203) 789-6387.

First & Summerfield United Methodist Church
Sunday, 11 a.m. 425 College St. The Reverend Ralph Lord Roy. Info.: (203) 624-2521.

First Unitarian Universalist Society of New Haven
Sunday, 10:30 a.m. 608 Whitney Ave. Info.: Francis, (203) 562-0672.

International Church at Yale
Sunday, 11 a.m. Dwight Chapel. Info.: www.yale.edu/icy.

Luther House -- The University Lutheran Ministry in New Haven
Sunday, 4:30 p.m. 27 High St. Service of Holy Communion in a contemporary setting. Bible study and service opportunities are available. Info.: Carl Sharon, (203) 432-1139; www.yale.edu/lutherhouse.

Muslim Students Association
Rm. 012, basement, Bingham Hall. Friday prayers,

12:45 p.m.; Isha prayers, nightly, 9 p.m. Info.: www.yale.edu/msa.

New Haven Friends
Sunday, 10:30 a.m. 225 East Grand Ave. Transportation will leave from Phelps Gate at 10:10 a.m. Info.: (203) 468-7364.

St. Thomas More Catholic Chapel and Center
Sunday Mass, 10 a.m. 268 Park St. Final 5 p.m. Sunday Mass will be held on May 12; Baccalaureate Mass, May 26, 8 a.m. & 10 a.m. (brunch will follow each Mass in Chapel Hall); Sacrament of Penance by appointment. Info.: (203) 777-5537.

Services at the Joseph Slifka Center for Jewish Life at Yale
80 Wall St. Orthodox, Monday-Thursday, 7:30 a.m. & 7 p.m.; Friday, 7:30 a.m. & 25 min. before sunset; Saturday, 9 a.m. & after sundown (call for times); Sunday, 8:30 a.m. Conservative/Egalitarian, Monday, 6:45 p.m.; Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.; Friday, 5:45 p.m.; Saturday & Sunday, to be announced. Reform, Friday, 5:40 p.m. Downtown Minyan, Saturday, 10 a.m. Info.: (203) 432-1134.

Taize Candlelight Prayer
Tuesday, 9:07 p.m. Dwight Chapel. An ecumenical service of song, silence, prayer and praise featuring music from Taize. Info.: carl.sharon@yale.edu; www.yale.edu/lutherhouse; (203) 432-1139. (University Lutheran Ministry in New Haven)

Unitarian Society of New Haven
Sunday, 9:15 a.m. & 11:15 a.m. 700 Hartford Turnpike, Hamden. The Reverend Kathleen McTigue. Info.: (203) 288-1807.

Yale Orthodox Christian Fellowship
5 p.m. Lovett Rm., Battell Chapel. Vespers. Info.: Xenios Papademetris, (203) 387-4220 ; www.yale.edu/ocf.


Fourteen honored for strengthing town-gown ties

President Levin visiting Mexico

Improving science education and research in U.S. is key . . .

African American Studies revisits origins, imagines future


Future of therapeutic cloning is focus of bioethics symposium

IN FOCUS: School of Forestry & Environmental Studies

Forest 'physician' contends fire is critical to health of woodlands

Event explores how humans transformed 'The Chicken'

Press director to bid farewell to venture he helped build

Committee to help search for new Yale Press director

Exhibit features noted American artist's woodcuts

Quilts by African-American women of the rural South are on view

Yale golfers and tennis players are bound for the NCAA

Long-time teacher Charles Rickart dies; helped introduce 'new math'

Sociologist Roger Gould, a specialist on conflict and violence, dies

Homebuyer Program is extended with a special incentive

Yale Library launching changes to Orbis

Yale Center for British Art temporarily closing library collections this summer

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