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Yale expands its policy on sick leave
The University has announced an expansion of its sick time policy that allows staff to use accrued sick time for the care of an eligible family member -- i.e., a child, spouse, parent, parent-in-law or same sex domestic partner.
Researcher finds lower payments for treatment affect kind of care Medicaid patients receive
In a study of access to specialty healthcare by the uninsured and publicly insured in New Haven, Yale researchers found that recent state budget cuts, out-of-date provider rates and other policy changes caused a decline in care by private practice physicians.
Faculty to study cell interactions
in NIH project
Two Yale scientists are part of the research team that received a $12.3 million, five-year grant as part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Roadmap for Medical Research supporting multidisciplinary projects to accelerate progress in medical research on how cells interact with their environments.
In trail guide, employee showcases her hometown's natural splendors
Walking along the cliff edge high up on the 892-foot Higby Mountain, hikers can see soaring hawks at eye level.
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NIH grant supports network for research on preterm birth
Library is a 'treasure-house of history,' says author
University pays tribute to Robert Penn Warren to mark centenary of Pulitzer Prize-winner's birth
Entertainer and activist to give Chubb Lecture
Events mark century of Native American presence at Yale
Yale Law Journal launches an online companion publication
Next Dean's Workshop focuses on the electron microscope
Campus events celebrate German dramatist Friedrich Schiller
Memorial service for Abraham S. Goldstein
A call for action
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Harry Belafonte, performer and political activist, will be the next Chubb Fellow, speaking on Tuesday, Nov. 1, in Battell Chapel.
There will be a tribute to the late Pulitzer Prize-winning author and Yale scholar Robert Penn Warren on Nov. 1.