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A love of books and reading spurred Yale trustee Dr. Benjamin Carson to achieve academic and career success, despite being raised in poverty in Baltimore's inner-city, and now he is sharing his positive experience with Elm City schoolchildren through a program he is co-sponsoring with Yale's Office of New Haven and State Affairs.
Catherine Lynch Gilliss, dean of the Yale School of Nursing (YSN), has been reappointed to the post for a second five-year term, President Richard C. Levin has announced.
Professor Jacques Gauthier was watching CNN with his family in September when one of the announcements scrolling across the bottom of the television screen said a new dinosaur fossil had been discovered in China.
Coming to the University this year to serve as director of the Yale Center for the Study of Globalization marked a homecoming of sorts for Ernesto Zedillo, who earned his Ph.D. in economics here in 1980.
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A new book club established by alumnus and Yale trustee Dr. Benjamin Carson is designed to introduce New Haven youngsters to the benefits of reading.
Incisivosaurus gauthieri, named in honor of a Yale scientist, offers the first evidence to date that oviraptors ate plants.