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‘The Trojan Women’ at Yale Summer Cabaret laments Syrian war

“The Trojan Women,” a tragedy by the ancient […]

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Mammograms: Are we overdiagnosing small tumors?

An analysis of breast cancer data revealed that many small breast cancers have an excellent prognosis because they are inherently slow growing, according to Yale Cancer Center experts. Often, these cancers will not grow large enough to become significant […]

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Yale releases 11th semi-annual report on complaints of sexual misconduct

Yale has released its report of complaints of sexual misconduct for the six-month period between July 1 and Dec. 31, 2016. The report, the 11th issued since January 2012, seeks to inform the community about efforts to address sexual misconduct on campus.
“Like previous semi-annual reports, the report is designed to raise community awareness about […]

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The Week Ender: Happenings Feb. 17-19

The Week Ender appears every Thursday in Yale News and offers highlights of the many activities taking place at the university Friday-Sunday.

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Come hear the Yale Concert Band Winter Concert. Thomas C. Duffy, music director, will lead the band in performances of “Hiraizumi: Cyberpunk for […]

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Study finds genetic links with kidney injury

Cases of acute kidney injury (AKI) in hospitals are on the rise but treatments are elusive. To deepen understanding of the condition, which can lead to chronic kidney disease or death, a Yale-led research team conducted the largest study […]

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Molecular aid to insulin secretion identified

Blood sugar triggers the secretion of insulin from cells in the pancreas, a process that is impaired in diabetes. A team of Yale researchers have identified a mechanism at the membranes of these pancreatic cells that controls this fundamental function.
The secretion […]

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Secretary John Kerry ’66 joins Yale as Distinguished Fellow for Global Affairs

Former Secretary of State John Kerry will serve as Yale’s first-ever Distinguished Fellow for Global Affairs. A 1966 graduate of Yale College, Kerry will return to his alma mater to oversee the Kerry Initiative, an interdisciplinary program that will tackle pressing global challenges through teaching, research, […]

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11 from Yale elected to Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering

The Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering has elected 24 of the state’s leading experts in science, engineering, and technology to membership in the academy, including 11 new members from Yale.
The new members will be introduced at the academy’s 42nd annual […]

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In memoriam: Dr. Howard Blue, Yale Health psychiatrist renowned for counseling and teaching

Dr. Howard Blue, the deputy director of mental health and counseling at Yale Health, died suddenly on Feb. 13 at age 59.
Blue was a respected and beloved colleague and counselor at the Yale Mental Health and Counseling Department for more than 30 years including his years […]

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Any time is a good time for illumination by Frederick Douglass, says Yale historian

More than 30 years ago, Yale historian David Blight stood high atop a ridge near the Maryland coast and took in a view, the memory of which […]

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Exhibition explores Anni and Joseph Albers’ love for ‘Small-Great Objects’

Photos: ‘Small-Great Objects: Anni and Josef Albers in the Americas’


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‘Power ≠ Permission’ to examine journalistic accountability and social media

A panel titled “Posting ≠ Permission: Methodology, Power, Journalistic Accountability Social Media,” will take place at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 15 in Rm. 309 of William L. Harkness Hall, 100 Wall Street. The event is free and open to […]

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Taking off one uniform and putting on another: Veterans Day 2016

Adrian Hale, a former Marine who served two tours in Afghanistan, presented the following address at the Veterans Day ceremony held on Nov. 11 in Yale’s Hewitt Quadrangle.
Good morning.                             
I just want to take a brief moment to […]

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A message to the University community

The university issued the following statement on Nov. 15.
“Yale University takes seriously the concerns being expressed in our community about potential changes related to our country’s immigration laws. Our primary objective is the safety and well-being of our students, including our many international students, and we are taking a series of steps to address their concerns […]

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Campus events honor veterans and ROTC

Photos: Veterans Day 2016



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Yale researchers find key to predicting outcomes of autism treatment

Treatments for autism spectrum disorders are varied and costly, and selecting the right one is crucial to long-term outcome. Yale University researchers report they can […]

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Blood molecule key to more efficient batteries

A molecule that transports oxygen in blood could be key to developing the next generation of batteries, and in a way that’s environmentally friendly.
Lithium-oxygen (Li-O2) batteries have emerged in recent years as a possible successor to […]

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Yale United Way campaign focuses on giving ‘on common ground, for the common good’

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Alumni to offer students ‘solutions for success’ in STEM careers

Alumni working in STEM fields (sciences, technology, engineering, and mathematics) will share their wisdom and experiences with Yale students interested in STEM careers at an event on Saturday, Oct. 15 hosted by the Association of Yale Alumni (AYA).
“STEM Careers: Formulae and […]

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Peabody2 satellite gallery opens at 1 Broadway

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A new Goldilocks for habitable planets

Posted on 20 August 2016. Tags:

The search for habitable, alien worlds needs to make room for a second “Goldilocks,” according to a Yale University researcher.
For decades, it has been thought that the key factor in determining whether a […]

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Mark Pagani elected fellow of American Geophysical Union

Posted on 11 August 2016. Tags:

Mark Pagani, a professor in the Department of Geology and Geophysics, has been elected a fellow of the American Geophysical Union (AGU), the largest and most influential geophysical organization in the world.
“This special honor recognizes scientific eminence in the Earth and space sciences. It acknowledges fellows for […]

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A potential target for peripheral neuropathy treatment discovered

Posted on 03 August 2016. Tags:

Whole exome sequencing has revealed a novel mechanism and potential target for treating peripheral neuropathy, a condition that afflicts millions of people in the United States alone.
Yale neurosurgeon Kristopher Kahle along with and colleagues at Vanderbilt University and the National Institutes of Health have discovered that a mutation resulting in a change of […]

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New evidence of a long-term planetary thermostat to remove excess CO2

Posted on 26 July 2016. Tags:

Scientists working in the North Atlantic have found the clearest geologic evidence yet of a planetary thermostat that counteracts the warming cause […]

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Building a Moebius strip of good vibrations

Posted on 26 July 2016. Tags:

Yale physicists have created something similar to a Moebius strip of moving energy between two vibrating objects, opening the door to novel forms of control over waves in acoustics, laser optics, and quantum mechanics.
The discovery also […]

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Yale receives CTSA award renewal to accelerate research discoveries

Posted on 26 July 2016. Tags:

Yale School of Medicine has been awarded $53.6 million from the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) to renew its five-year […]

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Low Zika risk for travelers to Olympics in Brazil, study finds

Posted on 26 July 2016. Tags:

The Zika virus poses a negligible health threat to the international community during the summer Olympic Games that begin next month in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, according to researchers at Yale School of Public Health (YSPH).
In a […]

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Research note: Assessing injured kidneys for transplantation

Posted on 24 July 2016. Tags:

In a prior study, Dr. Chirag Parikh and his colleagues at Yale School of Medicine found that even kidneys that had suffered acute injury (due […]

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Recent graduate Kevin Garcia recalls experiences as a Yale EMT

Posted on 30 May 2016. Tags:

Last year during Class Day, Kevin Garcia ’16 made an “amateur mistake” that almost got him in trouble with the Secret Service.
Classes […]

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Yale’s Genocide Studies Program awarded funding from Charles E. Scheidt Family Foundation

Posted on 01 April 2016. Tags:

The Genocide Studies Program at the Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale has been awarded funding from the Charles E. Scheidt Family Foundation.
“Unfortunately, genocide and mass atrocities are not a 20th-century problem but increasingly a central issue in the 21st century,” said Charles Scheidt, Yale College Class of […]

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Earning raves for those gravitational waves

Posted on 05 March 2016. Tags:

Perhaps it was fitting that Rainer Weiss visited Yale on Leap Day to talk […]

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Donated film reels contain footage from the Nanking Massacre

Posted on 24 January 2016. Tags:

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New exhibit at Sterling Library commemorates ‘The Kings at Yale’

Posted on 10 January 2016. Tags:


Martin Luther King Jr. was arrested and jailed on June 11, 1964 after attempting to integrate the white-only Monson Motor Lodge in St. Augustine, Florida.
Four days later, released on […]

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Mayor Toni Harp: United Way helps us unite and forge solutions

Posted on 10 January 2016. Tags:

Dear friend and neighbor:
Ever since I first arrived — many years ago — to study […]

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Yale introduces innovative carbon charge program with 20 ‘living laboratories’ around campus

Posted on 08 December 2015. Tags:


Yale University has launched a first-of-its-kind pilot program to put a price tag on the use of carbon — with some of the most prominent campus buildings playing a role in the experiment.
The program demonstrates Yale’s role as a leader in climate change research and sustainability efforts at a […]

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Kigali Reading Center shares ‘joy of reading’ in Rwanda

Posted on 08 December 2015. Tags:

Parfait Gasana, weekend manager of the Yale Visitor Center, came to the United States in May 2005 without knowing a word of English.
“I was frustrated. […]

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‘Inspired by Yale’ video showcases alumni groups and engagement

Posted on 08 December 2015. Tags:

The Yale alumni association has released a new video, first screened to delegates at the recent annual alumni assembly and embedded above, that shows some of the highlights of alumni relations in last academic year through to this fall. The script for the video’s narration is printed below, along with hyperlinks to alumni association […]

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Research in the news: Yale team identifies tiny RNA that controls cholesterol

Posted on 06 October 2015. Tags:

High levels of LDL cholesterol — the “bad” cholesterol — increase the risk of heart disease, the leading cause of death in the United States. A Yale-led research team has identified an RNA molecule that plays an important role in regulating […]

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Yale Police officers honored for life-saving actions

Posted on 06 October 2015. Tags:

Six officers in the Yale Police Department were recently honored for acts of bravery while […]

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Book: Apocalypse, Prophecy, and Pseudepigraphy

Posted on 06 October 2015. Tags:

YaleNews features works recently or soon to be published by members of the University community. Descriptions are based on material provided by the publishers. Authors of new books may forward publishers’ book descriptions to us by email.
 
Apocalypse, Prophecy, and Pseudepigraphy: On Jewish Apocalyptic Literature
John J. Collins, the Holmes Professor […]

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President of Malawi discusses the democratization of Malawi and Africa

Posted on 06 October 2015. Tags:

Peter Mutharika visited Yale for the first time since being elected president of Malawi last year. (Photo by Michael Marsland)
Peter Mutharika ’66 LL.M., ’69 J.S.D. returned to Yale on […]

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Yale School of Music presents prima ballerina in performance and conversation

Posted on 06 October 2015. Tags:

Uliana Lopatkina, the highly celebrated prima ballerina at the Kirov Ballet/Mariinsky Theatre in St Petersburg, Russia, will visit the Yale School of Music for a residency Oct. 13–15. There will be three events highlighting Lopatkina’s distinguished career, and all […]

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Yale School of Art presents work discovered in studio of Robert Reed, artist and educator

Posted on 05 October 2015. Tags:

This fall the Yale School of Art will present an exhibition of work discovered in […]

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Founders Day events Oct. 7 to celebrate Yale’s past, present, and future

Posted on 05 October 2015. Tags:


This month marks the 314th anniversary of Yale’s founding, and Yale Secretary and Vice President for Student Life Kimberly Goff-Crews notes that it’s an occasion meant to be marked.
“Yale Founders Day on Wednesday, October 7, 2015 provides an opportunity to celebrate Yale’s birthday with events around campus, including open houses, […]

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Research in the news: Yale expert explores use of antibiotics at end of life

Posted on 05 October 2015. Tags:

Antibiotics and other antimicrobials are often administered to terminally ill patients. But given widespread concern about antibiotic resistance, this common practice should be reconsidered by providers, patients, and families, according to a Yale researcher.
In an opinion piece published online in JAMA, Associate Professor of Medicine in […]

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Yale scientist joins U.S. Nobel Conference to address addiction treatment

Posted on 05 October 2015. Tags:

To speak to the topic of “Addiction: Exploring the Science and Experience of an Equal Opportunity Condition,” Yale School of Medicine’s Michael V. Pantalon will join a panel of experts at the 51st Nobel Conference at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minn. on Oct. 6-7. […]

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In Memoriam: Dr. Edwin C. Cadman

Posted on 02 October 2015. Tags:


Dr. Edwin C. Cadman, who from 1985 to 1994 served as chair of the Yale School of Medicine’s Department of Internal Medicine, died on Sept. 23 of a neurodegenerative disease. He was 70 years old, and died in Corvallis, Oregon.
Cadman also served as chief of staff and senior vice president […]

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Live webcast and panel discussion will examine the Chinese-U.S. relationship

Posted on 02 October 2015. Tags:

To help Americans better understand the complex U.S.-China relationship and the growing role of Chinese investment, Yale’s Council on East Asian Studies and the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations are sponsoring a live webcast address on Monday, Oct. 5, featuring former […]

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World’s longest rowing boat to visit Yale

Posted on 02 October 2015. Tags:


Here’s the perfect opportunity to row, row, row, row, row, row, row, row, row, row, row, row, row, row, row, row, row, row, row, row, row, row, row, row your boat.
The group Swiss Students and Affiliates at Yale (SSAY), in collaboration with Yale Graduate Crew and the New Haven Rowing […]

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Yale affiliates to show their artistic creations during City Wide Open Studios

Posted on 01 October 2015. Tags:

Photos: City Wide Open Studios



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