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21 Jan 2014 Novel Approaches to Math and Science
To support trailblazers like Rolf, Antonio Magliocco, Jr. '74 and Carla Solomon '75 have made a generous contribution to Yale's Science Teaching Fund, a new resource to promote education in the STEM areas: science, technology, engineering, and math.
8 Jan 2014 A Sense of Community: Mitchell Bear Don't Walk JE ’16
Yale College has an enrollment nearly seven times the population of Saint Ignatius, the tiny town on Montana’s Flathead Reservation where Mitchell Bear Don’t Walk JE ’16 was raised. And yet Rose, as she is known, has brought Saint Ignatius with her to Yale, in the form of her leadership in Yale’s Native American community and her passion for the environment.
8 Jan 2014 Gender Impacts in Medicine
New endowments advance research in women's health
4 Dec 2013 Jeffrey Loria ’62 Dedicates Sculpture to Honor Yale’s President
On Monday, November 18, members of the Yale community formally welcomed a new sculpture to a campus already known for its distinctive art and architecture. Habakuk, a fifteen-foot, bronze work by surrealist Max Ernst, is a gift of Jeffrey H. Loria ’62 and is dedicated to President Peter Salovey ’86 Ph.D. in honor of his inauguration as Yale’s 23rd president.
2 Dec 2013 A New Commitment to Art Conservation
Alan Dworsky '52 endows objects conservator position at the Yale University Art Gallery
25 Nov 2013 Students Celebrate Giving on Elihu Day
On November 6, 2013, more than 1,000 Yale students stopped to write personal thank-you cards to donors on the third annual Elihu Day.
21 Nov 2013 Lessons from the Past: Professor Carlos Eire ’79 Ph.D.
When Carlos Eire arrived in the United States from Cuba in 1962, a child without his parents, the only possession he carried was The Imitation of Christ by Thomas à Kempis, a fifteenth-century devotional manual. Some five decades later, as the T. Lawrason Riggs Professor of History & Religious Studies, Eire exposes Yale students to the complex social, intellectual, religious, and cultural history of late medieval and early modern Europe. Students in Eire’s courses delve into the past to find lessons about the present.
21 Nov 2013 Jacobs-Wagner named director of Microbial Diversity Institute at West Campus
Christine Jacobs-Wagner, professor of molecular, cellular and developmental biology and of microbial pathogenesis, has been named the new director of the Microbial Diversity Institute (MDI) at Yale’s West Campus.
20 Nov 2013 Annual Report of Giving to Yale 2012–2013
The Annual Report of Giving to Yale highlights the generosity of donors during 2012–2013.
7 Nov 2013 Baker Gives $25 million for Law School Dormitory
Yale Law School Dean Robert C. Post ’77 announced today a $25 million gift commitment to Yale Law School by Christina and Robert C. Baker ’56 B.A., ’59 LL.B. to secure and renovate the building at 100 Tower Parkway and return dormitory living to Yale Law School.
30 Sep 2013 Historic $250 million gift to Yale from alumnus is largest ever
Yale President Peter Salovey today announced a $250 million gift commitment to the university by Charles B. Johnson, a 1954 graduate of Yale College, who retired last year as chairman of the board of Franklin Resources. This is the largest gift in Yale history.
26 Sep 2013 Academic and Athletic Excellence: Regan Considine BR ’16
For Regan Considine BR ’16, a drive to succeed is important not only in the classroom, but on the water. A native of West Hartford, Connecticut, Regan ranked among the country’s 100 top female high school rowers, and she was heavily recruited to college crew programs.
12 Aug 2013 The Making of the Artist: Anonymous financial aid supports a new generation of artists
Discussing her process with Artforum in 1970, sculptor Eva Hesse '59 explained, "I want to allow myself to get involved in what is happening and what can happen and be completely free to let that go and change."
11 Jul 2013 Inspiring Engineering: Blum fellowships support doctoral candidates at growing school
A recent gift from Marc P. Blum ’64 has created five graduate fellowships that will help Yale recruit world-class students to the School of Engineering and Applied Science.
30 Apr 2013 The Goldman Funds: Jane Goldman Continues a Family Legacy of Giving
A $10 million contribution from the Sol Goldman Charitable Trust, made under the direction of Jane Goldman P ’14, has endowed two professorships in Yale's Faculty of Arts and Sciences as well as an undergraduate scholarship fund.
30 Apr 2013 A New Home for One of Yale's Oldest Student Clubs
The Yale Glee Club holds a special place at a University known for its dedication to the arts.
26 Apr 2013 A "Blitz" of Support for Yale
This April, hundreds of Yale Alumni Fund volunteers participated in the Fund's eight-day Bulldog Blitz campaign, reaching out to their classmates to encourage annual gifts to Yale.
8 Apr 2013 Blavatnik Family Foundation to provide $10 million grant for immunobiology research at Yale
Scientists at Yale University will test a new theory of inflammation and chronic disease, thanks to a $10 million grant from the Blavatnik Family Foundation.
26 Feb 2013 Always Evolving: Professor Stephen C. Stearns ’67
Biologist Stephen Stearns ’67 challenges his students to make connections between human history and what lies ahead for society by examining the relationships among evolution, ecology, and medicine.