Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Standing, Special and Appointments Committees' and 'University Information' are now available on-line.
University launches 'Yale Tomorrow' campaign
Yale is launching a development campaign the weekend of Sept. 30 that is expected to seek $3 billion in five years to fund a wide range of University priorities in the 21st century.
Gift of $50 million to create Greenberg Yale-China Initiative
Maurice R. ("Hank") Greenberg, through his family foundation, and The Starr Foundation are each donating $25 million to Yale to create the Maurice R. Greenberg Yale-China Initiative, advancing the University's collaborations with China in critical areas, President Richard C. Levin announced.
Greenberg: 'Flexibility' will be key
Yale asset in China
Program will educate corporate leaders about implications of climate change
Yale and two other leading U.S. organizations are launching a collaborative effort to educate hundreds of independent corporate board members about the potential liabilities and strategic business opportunities that global climate change can create for companies.
V.P. and union president co-chairing Yale-United Way Campaign
Yale seniors Christopher Wells and Andrew Klaber will find themselves studying at the same university again next year as recipients of prestigious scholarships.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
This year's 'Science Saturdays' for children celebrates women scientists
Alumnus Robert Burger is named an assistant provost
MEDICAL CENTER NEWS
More Yale-related MacArthur Fellows
Yale's Endowment earns 22.9% in the past fiscal year
Erin Lavik and Tarek Fahmy win biomedical engineering awards
Are we alone? 'Alien Earths' explores scientists' quest to find out
Exhibit explores connections between art and music in different period
Yale novelists, poets and playwrights will read from their works
Works by photojournalists in Iraq on view at ISM
Study finds affirmation exercise boosts minority students' school achievement
Conference to explore ways to increase diversity in higher education
Traveling Margaret Mead Film & Video Festival comes to campus
Ancient coins will be showcased in 'The Romans in Asia' symposium
Two noted scientists serving as visiting scholars at the Institute for Biospheric Studies
Five alumni to be honored with Wilbur Lucius Cross Medals
Five junior faculty members are honored by The MacMillan Center for international research
Memorial service for Jaroslav Pelikan
University of Michigan professor wins Yale's Douglass Prize
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This issue presents a special supplement looking at "Yale's Ever-Expanding International Strength."
A scene from "Land Mines: A Love Story," one of the international works that will be screened during the Margaret Mead Film & Video Festival, to be held at Yale Oct. 7-13.