Giving to Yale

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5 Oct 2010 Alcoa Supports Yale Sustainability Initiative With Gift of Forged Aluminum Wheels for the University’s Shuttle Buses
To save energy, Yale’s shuttles will sport new, lighter wheels through a gift from Alcoa.
4 Oct 2010 Yale Officially Dedicates the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs
Alumni, faculty, and friends gathered September 20 to dedicate the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs at Yale University.
29 Sep 2010 Three Tiny Qubits, Another Big Step Toward Quantum Computing
A team led by Yale researchers has achieved the entanglement of three solid-state qubits, or quantum bits, for the first time.
28 Sep 2010 Live Broadcasts of the Metropolitan Opera to Debut at Yale Thanks to a Gift from Frederick Iseman ’74
Starting this fall, the Yale University community will have the unique opportunity to view the Metropolitan Opera’s Live in HD broadcasts on campus free of charge through a gift from Frederick Iseman, Yale College alumnus of the Class of 1974.
24 Sep 2010 Scientists Recreate Extreme Conditions Deep in Earth’s Interior
A study by Yale and UC Berkeley sheds light on the Earth’s internal heating and cooling processes.
11 May 2010 Yale College Class of 2010 Sets New Records for Giving
Drew Rowny and Olivia Wheeler led fellow seniors to becoming the most generous graduating class in Yale College history.
4 May 2010 Campaign Committees Gear Up for Final Year
Members of the Yale Tomorrow Campaign Committees met April 7–8 in New Haven to prepare for the home stretch of Yale’s five-year, $3.5 billion fundraising campaign, which will end June 30, 2011.
12 Apr 2010 Future Environmental Engineer Feels Right at Home at Yale: Megan Altizer '12
Megan Altizer ’12 came to Yale from Williston, North Dakota. To some, the 2,000-plus miles might seem a long way to travel, but with a roommate from Thailand and classmates from around the world, Alitzer says it’s not much by comparison.
9 Apr 2010 Undergraduate Fellowship Honors Longtime Yale Astronomer Dorrit Hoffleit
An undergraduate research fellowship fund has been established in the memory of astronomer Dorrit Hoffleit, who worked at Yale for more than five decades and inspired generations of women scientists.
19 Mar 2010 Sterling Fellow Inspires Young Alumni with Fifth Reunion Challenge
Frederick Frank ’54 has issued a challenge to fifth-year reunion classes. If these young alumni reach their Alumni Fund participation goal he will contribute $10,000 to increase their reunion total.
1 Mar 2010 A Message from President Richard C. Levin
A Message from President Richard C. Levin
1 Mar 2010 Yale Outdoor Education Center Pond Named for Club Sports Founder Edward C. Migdalski
A generous contribution from William C. Bullock, Jr. ’58 has named the Edward C. Migdalski Pond at the Yale Outdoor Education Center (OEC).
17 Feb 2010 ASSA ABLOY and Yale School of Architecture Collaboration Brings Major Exhibit on Eero Saarinen to New Haven
A critically acclaimed exhibit on the work of architect Eero Saarinen opens at Yale University on February 19, thanks to an ongoing collaboration between ASSA ABLOY and the Yale School of Architecture.
16 Feb 2010 Grant from Goizueta Foundation Advances Science and Engineering at Yale
Yale University has announced receipt of a grant from The Goizueta Foundation.
9 Feb 2010 Seeing Literature in its Context: Professor Hazel V. Carby
Seeing Literature in its Context: Hazel V. Carby
26 Jan 2010 Yale Dedicates Renovated Home of Yale Hockey
On Saturday, January 16, Yale University rededicated David S. Ingalls Rink following an eighteen-month expansion and renovation.
21 Dec 2009 Yale Tomorrow Campaign Committees Meet in New York City
More than eighty volunteers attended the fall meeting of the Yale Tomorrow Campaign Committees. The meeting featured presentations on topics from across the University and around the world.
7 Dec 2009 Dedication Ceremony Celebrates Opening of Kenney Center and Jensen Plaza
At the Yale Bowl, the dedication of the Kenney Center and Jensen Plaza in November honored two family dynasties in Yale athletics.
4 Dec 2009 Directed Studies Provides a Foundation for Higher Learning: Jeania Ree Moore ’12
Jeania Ree Moore '12 dedicates herself to the Western Canon.