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.
Dean search process outlined
Peter Salovey said he will name an advisory committee to provide recommendations to fill Miller and Pollard’s shoes.
Admins consider faculty dean
In the coming weeks, Salovey will weigh the possibility of the most significant change in University faculty governance in decades.
Fossil Free Yale mulls next step
At a meeting of the ACIR, approximately 30 student activists affiliated with Fossil Free Yale gathered to discuss fossil fuel divestment.
Ivies face deficits
Faced with increasing financial pressure, half of the Ivy League was in the red last year.
Shared Services remains controversial
Despite the implementation of shared services in many universities across the country, Yale’s push to centralize administrative tasks still draws criticism from the University’s faculty. In 2010, the University launched its shared services center, a 75-employee division that consolidates many administrative tasks like payroll, accounts payable and vendor compliance. Since then, at least 12 other »