Yale education startup expands
Several Yale alumni will use data analytics to improve teaching and learning in Massachusetts public schools.
Faculty split on FAS dean position
In the wake of the announcement that the University will add a new dean position faculty members have expressed mixed opinions.
Divestment discussion inches forward
This past weekend, the two highest University bodies on investor action met to formally discuss the possibility of Yale’s divestment from fossil fuels.
Donations to Yale drop
Total cash donations to Yale dropped by about 20 percent for the fiscal year that ended June 30.
Dahl’s legacy remembered
Robert Dahl GRD ’40, the man considered by many to be the father of modern political science, died yesterday. He was 98.
Yale’s top earners defended
The University’s highest paid employees deserve their salaries and more, according to financial experts and Yale faculty.
Sexual misconduct report released
Yale’s fifth semi-annual report of sexual misconduct complaints contains the highest number of complaints ever disclosed in the report since it was first issued in 2011.