Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Standing, Special and Appointments Committees' and 'University Information' are now available on-line.
Team creates blood test
for 'silent killer'
A new blood screening test could help to ,identify ovarian cancer in its early stages when few symptoms are present, School of Medicine researchers reported in the May 10 issue of Proceedings of the National Academies of Sciences (PNAS).
University marks 100 years
of 'Pomp and Circumstance'
This year Yale will mark its 304th Commencement, and it will also pay tribute to the 100th anniversary of a graduation tradition that began at the University and has spread throughout the nation.
Yale scientist featured
in new stamp series
Nineteenth-century Yale researcher Josiah Willard Gibbs is among four historic scientists honored in a new series of stamps from the U.S. Postal Service.
Twelve honored for strengthening town-gown ties
Twelve individuals were honored for their work strengthening town-gown unity at the annual Elm Ivy Awards ceremony on May 2 in Woolsey Hall.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Krauss named to second term at Silliman
Researchers discover virus' potential to target and kill deadly brain tumor
Yale professors endow teaching and research fund in the history of science
Study shows, when it comes to fish genitalia, size has pros and cons
Two Yale scientists honored with election to the NAS
Six Yale affiliates elected fellows of scholarly society
Beijing conference explored Chinese constitutionalism
New scholarship will help nurture future activist ministers
Yale-IBM computer facility formally dedicated
Yale launches research on lung cancer with funding from tobacco companies' settlement
Workshop will explore technology's power to capture images of the molecular world
Show features artist's colorful depictions of 'Northern Shores'
Glen Micalizio wins Beckman Young Investigator award for 'promising' research
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Josiah Willard Gibbs, who received the first U.S. degree in engineering at Yale, was honored in the American Scientist series for his work on thermodynamics.
"Summertime at Yale," a special supplement of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, looks at the season's special offerings.