Giving to Yale


2 Jan 2009 New gifts enhance Yale University Art Gallery collections
Recent gifts to the Yale University Art Gallery are helping to support an important part of arts education at Yale: direct engagement with a wide selection of art from around the world and across centuries.
19 Dec 2008 Chair Pays Tribute to Economist William Brainard’s Leadership
A new professorship has been established in honor of Yale economist and former provost William C. Brainard by his friends and colleagues.
25 Nov 2008 Construction under way for new University Health Services Center
In summer 2008 construction began on the new University Health Services Center, a state-of-the-art facility that will support Yale’s ability to provide healthcare to students, faculty, and staff.
25 Nov 2008 Yale dedicates new Cullman-Heyman Tennis Center
Yale University has officially dedicated the Cullman-Heyman Tennis Center as the new home for varsity tennis.
20 Nov 2008 Yale Tomorrow Campaign Committees meet with sights set on a new goal
On November 10, 2008, more than sixty-five members of the Yale Tomorrow Campaign Committees met in New York City to discuss the progress of the Campaign and plans for the expansion of Yale College.
12 Nov 2008 Anonymous Gift Celebrates Student–Faculty Connection
Yale College has received a $1 million gift from an anonymous donor to establish the Sharon Oster Resource Fund for Undergraduate Teaching and Engagement.
4 Nov 2008 Dr. Raymond and Beverly Sackler Fund New Institute for Biological, Physical, and Engineering Sciences
Research collaboration among scientists working in the traditionally unrelated fields of biology, physics, and engineering has gained new momentum at Yale, thanks to a gift from Dr. Raymond and Beverly Sackler.
17 Oct 2008 Andrew Sabin Family Foundation Establishes Yale Prize to Support Eco-Ventures
With a goal to stimulate environmental entrepreneurship, the Andrew Sabin Family Foundation recently established the Sabin Environmental Venture Prize at Yale.
14 Oct 2008 Construction continues as the Campaign transforms Yale’s campus
Thanks to the generosity of many alumni, parents, and friends, the Yale Tomorrow campaign is helping to transform the University landscape.
15 Sep 2008 Financial Aid Profile: Diana Tucci ’09
With recent changes in the financial aid policy, Diana Tucci ’09 —like all Yale College students receiving scholarship support—will contribute significantly less toward her tuition costs.
15 Sep 2008 Wing Ho Named as First Class of ’57 Visiting Professor of Musical Education
Robert Blocker, dean of Yale’s School of Music, has announced the appointment of Wing Ho as the first Class of ’57 Visiting Professor of Music Education at Yale.
4 Sep 2008 Robert A.M. Stern Architects to Design Residential Colleges
Robert A.M. Stern Architects has been selected to design the two new residential colleges of Yale College, President Richard C. Levin has announced.
25 Aug 2008 The Samuel I. Newhouse Foundation Supports Yale Writing Center
Upholding a great tradition of undergraduate education, the Samuel I. Newhouse Foundation, Inc. has made a major contribution to the Writing Center at Yale.
6 Aug 2008 This Economist is on his Game: Professor Larry Samuelson
Professor Larry Samuelson is an expert in microeconomic theory, game theory, repeated games, and the evolutionary foundations of economic behavior.
28 Jul 2008 Niarchos Foundation Invites President Levin to Greece to Share “Great Ideas”
President Richard C. Levin recently traveled to Greece to participate in the Great Ideas series administered by the Fulbright Foundation of Greece and the American Embassy.
15 Jul 2008 The Alumni Fund, Reunion Giving, and AYA Recognize Alumni Volunteers
The Yale Alumni Fund, Reunion Giving, and the Association of Yale Alumni hosted receptions to recognize the dedicated work of alumni volunteers. With more than 100 guests in attendance at each gathering, these events preceded the May 29-June 1 and June 5-June 8 reunion weekends.
1 Jul 2008 Undergraduate Travel Experience Spurs Alum’s Support for a Global Yale
Thomas Barry ’66 has traveled all over the world. But it was a job exchange program to Chile during the summer before his junior year at Yale that inspired his life-long passion and interest in global affairs.
27 Jun 2008 New Golf Facility Named in Honor of Longtime Yale Coach
The David Paterson Golf Technology Center, a new facility to enhance the training and performance of the men’s and women’s teams, was formally dedicated on May 3.
26 Jun 2008 Yale Researchers Receive Donaghue Awards For Work on Global Healthcare, Depression
Research projects by two investigators have been given a boost with awards from the Patrick and Catherine Weldon Donaghue Medical Research Foundation for Health-Related Research.