Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Building Strength in Biomedicine' and 'University Information,' are now available on-line.
Yale will launch surveys
on work issues, child care
Yale is launching two surveys this month -- one soliciting employees' feedback on important workplace issues, and another assessing the campus community's child care needs.
Racial disparity in heart attack treatment found
Black and Hispanic patients experience marked delays in heart attack treatment compared with whites, Yale researchers report in an article published in the Oct. 6 Journal of the American Medical Association.
Yale curator traded lab
for work in Iraqi war zone
Not long after the world learned of the looting of Iraq's National Museum of Baghdad and other key museums and archaeological sites in the country, Catherine Sease, senior conservator at the Peabody Museum of Natural History, was there to survey the damage.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Congressman addresses U.S. relations with Libya, Egypt, Syria
Noted specialists will assess aspects of globalization in talks
Panelists to assess situation in Iraq today
Yale Rep's next offering is a 'techno-comedy' by an alumnus
Events celebrate Polish writer hailed as 'greatest unknown author of our time'
GE executive to discuss 'Imagination at Work' as Gordon Grand Fellow
Yale's ongoing partnership with Bristol-Myers Squibb is celebrated at event
Taking a walk-through
Harpsichord concert and other events celebrate anniversary of endowment fund
Faculty work on global issues is recognized with new YCIAS awards
20th-century slavery is focus of Gilder Lehrman Center conference
Come the harvest
Open Enrollment for employee benefits will be available online Oct. 18-Nov. 16
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Helmets and bulletproof vests were required gear for Peabody curator Catherine Sease (center) and the rest of the State Department team that traveled to Iraq.
The publicity photo for "The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow," an award-winning play by recent School of Drama graduate Rolin Jones.