Eight New Haven high school students coached by Yale Law students competed at the National Marshall-Brennan Moot Court Competition from April 5 to April 7.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia will host a seminar titled “Race, Poverty, and the Irregular Economy” with Elijah Anderson on Friday, April 12, in Phil
The award is presented to an SAF member whose work reflects that of the late F&ES professor.
Burke has been named a fellow for her contributions to the field of ecology.
David W. Blight has received a Christopher Award for his book “Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom.”
Schwartz will oversee the North American researchers of the network, marking the fourth time a Yale professor has played such a role.
Members of the university community are invited to join the 15th Annual AIDS Walk to raise money for the New Haven Mayor’s Task Force on AIDS.
The Searle program will dedicate $300,000 to support the research of Bluma Lesch, M.D., Ph.D., an assistant professor of genetics.
The American Geriatrics Society honored Ferrante with the inaugural Arti Hurria Memorial Award for Emerging Investigators in Internal Medicine.
College students from across the state will converge on Broadway in New Haven on Thursday, April 4 to celebrate College Night.