May 2016 News

May 27, 2016
The Digital Humanities Lab is excited to announce a new round of Seed Grants to support digital humanities research over the summer and fall. These grants may be used to hire a developer, create a digital corpus, or host a workshop.  Yale graduate students and faculty are eligible to apply....
May 25, 2016
"Integrating Digital Humanities" May 25, 10:00am-1:00pm in the Hall of Graduate Studies (HGS) 119 Interested in exploring how you might incorporate DH methods and tools into the classroom to change the way your students interact with and think about humanities materials? Please join members of the...
May 24, 2016
Coffee and Code Workshop: R Part 1: Tuesday, May 24 at 2:00pm in Sterling Memorial Library, 315 Part 2: Tuesday, May 31 at 2:00pm in the Digital Humanities Lab (Sterling Memorial Library, 316) DH Developer Douglas Duhaime will lead an informal, two-part workshop on creating distribution plots in R...
May 20, 2016
On Monday, May 23, the Sterling Memorial Library (SML) nave will host the President’s Commencement Day luncheon for honorary degree recipients. As a result, SML will be closed to the public until 3:00pm. It will reopen at 3:00 pm until 7:45pm. The temporary Beinecke Reading Room and Manuscripts and...
May 16, 2016
The Yale University Library is delighted to announce the appointment of John Gallagher as the new director of the Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library. John joined the staff of the Yale Library in 1999 as a library services assistant in the Library Shelving Facility. He moved to the...
May 16, 2016
New bottle filling stations have been installed in Sterling Memorial Library’s Wright Reading Room and in the Thain Cafe! Members of the Yale community will now have access to filtered water while working in the surrounding spaces. The stations, which also count the quantity of plastic bottles...
Yale Center for British Art, fourth floor, Long Gallery following reinstallation, photograph by Richard Caspole
May 12, 2016
The Yale Center for British Art reopens this week after a multi-year project to conserve its iconic building designed by Louis I. Kahn. The galleries have been refreshed and new spaces for study and teaching have been created. Accessibility of the building has also been improved. The collection has...

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