Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Building Strength in Biomedicine' and 'Summertime at Yale,' are now available on-line.
F&ES to get 20% of its electricity
from wind power
To encourage the development and use of alternative energy sources, the School of Forestry & Environmental Studies (F&ES) has purchased $3,500 of "renewable energy certificates," ensuring that 20% of the school's electricity is generated from wind power.
Program will help train future leaders
in patient-oriented research
The National Center for Research Resources/National Institutes of Health awarded the School of Medicine a $6.1 million grant to develop the Yale Mentored Clinical Research Scholar Program (K12) Award under the direction of Dr. Sharon K. Inouye, professor of medicine.
Student helped strengthen neighborhoods in her hometown as Presidential Public Service Fellow
Although she grew up in New Haven's Hill neighborhood, Yale junior Makana Ellis acknowledges that she is always discovering something new about her home city.
Heading for 'Jeopardy!'
Students lined up by the hundreds to vie for the chance to represent Yale in the "Jeopardy! College Championship," which will be taped Oct. 3 and 4 in the Lanman Center of Payne Whitney Gymnasium and aired the Nov. 10-21.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
SOM professors' study on mutual funds gets renewed notice
Rule of law is slowly advancing in China, ambassador asserts
Yale endowment reaches record high in last fiscal year
Pulitzer Prize-winning composer joins School of Music faculty
Experts on air pollution and energy systems join the F&ES faculty
Conference to explore the future of globalization
Team learns sugars produced by cancers may help disease spread
Events mark the centennial of Russian composer
Intersection of architecture and psychoanalysis to be explored
Exhibit honors theologian who helped shape American psyche
Study: Caregivers, patients often disagree over health decisions
Universities should ensure global access to patented new medicines and technologies, report urges
New Yorker publisher to discuss how the magazine got its 'mojo' back
Symposium celebrates career of biochemist Donald Crothers
Homeless benefit from combination of services, says study
Robert Macnab, noted for his research on bacteria, dies
Two studies aim to help smokers quit the habit
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Students lined up by the hundreds to vie for the chance to represent Yale in the "Jeopardy! College Championship."
Makana Ellis (right) worked this summer as an assistant to housing specialist Kerri Kelshall-Ward at the Hill Development Corporation.