Campus sees update in renovations
Though students returning to campus this week saw some parts of campus still shrouded in blue scaffolding, they also faced some completely renovated spaces.
Yale hosts new African leadership program
This summer, 25 young business leaders from Africa arrived on Yale’s campus to engage in a six-week program centered on business, entrepreneurship and community service.
Adams named Calhoun master
Sociology professor and Deputy Provost Julia Adams will be the next master of Calhoun College, University President Peter Salovey announced Thursday.
Faculty split on reformed hiring process
A week after a University committee announced that Yale’s system of managing faculty positions will change, faculty have expressed varied reactions.
UP CLOSE | Faculty governance: a power within
This academic year, the addition of a Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and the faculty vote to create an elected senate will likely change the University’s governance structures.
Committee reforms faculty slot process
Faculty positions — known as “slots” — across the University will likely now be managed as part of a large, common pool, according to a report obtained by the News.
New colleges will have doubles, more students
With less than a year to go before Yale breaks ground on its two new residential colleges, the University has decided to alter its design plans — adding more than 50 new beds and replacing some singles with doubles.
Yale Corporation delays divestment decision
The Yale Corporation Committee on Investor Responsibility (CCIR) has decided to delay its decision on whether the University should divest its assets from fossil fuel companies.