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5 Oct 2007 Yale Tomorrow Celebrates Boston Regional Launch
A harbor steeped in history, a crisp fall evening, and the newly opened Institute for Contemporary Art set the stage for the unveiling of the Yale Tomorrow campaign in Boston.
5 Oct 2007 Indra Nooyi Hosts Yale Alumni and Parents
Indra Nooyi, SOM alum, Corporation fellow, and CEO of PepsiCo, introduced her guests to Yale President Richard C. Levin during an intimate dinner at Pepsi’s historic Calloway House.
25 Sep 2007 Frederick Frank ’54 to Endow New Chair in the Yale School of Management
Frederick Frank has announced a $5 million bequest to create a new professorship in the Yale School of Management.
20 Sep 2007 T. Kyle Vanderlick Named Dean of Engineering
T. Kyle Vanderlick appointed Dean of Engineering and the Thomas E. Golden Professor of Engineering.
19 Sep 2007 Ingalls Rink Renovation Plan Approved by Yale Corporation
The Yale Corporation has approved a $23.5 million Ingalls Rink renovation, to be funded in part by the Yale Tomorrow campaign.
19 Sep 2007 Work Begins on Cullman-Heyman Tennis Center
Work has begun on the Cullman-Heyman Tennis Center, a new facility being funded by gifts from Samuel J. Heyman ’60 and the estate of Joseph F. Cullman III ’35.
1 Sep 2007 Freshmen Arrive on Old Campus
The Class of 2011 arrived on campus in August. For many of these bright young people, your support is essential.
1 Jun 2007 Reunion Weekend Festivities Honor Volunteers
The numerous accomplishments of Yale Alumni Fund and Reunion Gift Committee volunteers were recognized during two celebrations that kicked off the 2007 reunion weekends.
1 Jun 2007 Nierenberg Gift Launches a New Center for Corporate Governance
A gift from investor David Nierenberg ’75, ’78 J.D. and his wife Patricia will support the new interdisciplinary Millstein Center at the Yale School of Management, as well as an endowed professorship.
1 Jun 2007 Hewlett Grant Fosters Innovation at the China Law Center
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation will donate $10 million to support the China Law Center, an interdisciplinary center in the Yale Law School.
1 Jun 2007 Orthwein Endowment Honors a Spirited St. Louis “Symbol of Yale”
A contribution of $2.5 million has endowed a fund in the School of Medicine in honor of William Orthwein, a 1938 graduate of Yale College.
5 May 2007 Sterling Fellows Study Yale’s Global Initiatives at Annual Gathering
Yale hosted the seventh annual gathering of the Sterling Fellows, the University’s most generous donors.
5 May 2007 Howard Hughes Medical Institute Takes Hands-On Learning to a New Level
An introductory course, funded by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, challenges students to think like working scientists and to have a personal stake in the outcome of their projects.
5 May 2007 Masters Dedicate Robert M. Arnold Hall
Davenport and Silliman masters Richard Schottenfeld ’71, ’76 M.D. and Judith Krauss ’70 MSN hosted a gathering to dedicate Robert M. Arnold Hall, the latest celebration in the continuing renewal of the Yale’s residential colleges.
1 May 2007 Artist Peter Cole Looks Back on the 2006 Franke Visiting Fellowship
A fellowship established through a gift from Richard J. Franke ’53, brings distingushed visitors to the Whitney and promotes scholarly exchange.
1 May 2007 Dean Bundy Outlines Goals for Future of Yale School of Drama and Yale Repertory Theatre
Yale School of Drama Dean and Yale Rep Artistic Director Bundy discusses accomplishments, goals, and Yale Tomorrow campaign.
1 May 2007 La Cassa Magica Raises Funds to Support Clinical Trials Unit at New Cancer Hospital
Annual black-tie benefit supports creation of clinical trials unit within hospital.
1 May 2007 University Breaks Ground for Kroon Hall
On May 3, Yale University broke ground on a new home for the School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, a facility that will be a model for “green” architecture worldwide.
30 Apr 2007 Campaign Committee Meeting Addresses Possible Addition of New Residential Colleges
More than 130 Yale Tomorrow Executive Committee and Campaign Committee members met for a campaign update and to discuss two prospective new residential colleges.