University on track for budget cuts

Administrators across the University are working to cut their budgets and rein in spending.

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New Corporation members named

This July, two new trustees will join the University’s highest governing body.

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Institutional investors optimistic about 2014

Endowments nationwide are predicted to grow around seven percent in the fiscal year 2014.

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Faculty committee recommends student body growth delay

The ad hoc committee on Yale College expansion presented its recommendation that 200 new students be added to the class of 2021 instead of the class of 2020.

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Yale education startup expands

Several Yale alumni will use data analytics to improve teaching and learning in Massachusetts public schools.

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Investments Office predicts strong growth

The Yale Investments Office defended its investment strategy and forecasted strong long-term growth rates in an annual report.

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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.

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University to add Dean of Faculty of Arts and Sciences

For the first time in recent history, a single dean will stand at the helm of Yale’s faculty of arts and sciences.

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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.

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Donations to Yale drop

Total cash donations to Yale dropped by about 20 percent for the fiscal year that ended June 30.

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Peer schools offer advice on faculty senate

As Yale works on creating its faculty senate, professors from across the country are offering words of advice — and words of caution.

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New college integration considered

In 1958, then-University President A. Whitney Griswold wrote a proposal for two new residential colleges.

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