Yale-NUS to continue taking visiting profs

Yale faculty will be able to apply for visiting faculty positions at the Yale-NUS campus in Singapore.

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SOM not among top 10 business schools

The Yale School of Management will not be in the top 10 of this year’s U.S. News and World Report ranking of the best business schools in the nation. Though U.S. News will publish the full list of schools on March 12, it released the top 10 business schools in alphabetical order in a Tuesday teaser. […]

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Quinnipiac names new law dean

Jennifer Gerarda Brown will serve as the new dean of Quinnipiac University School of Law, effective July 1 this year. Before joining the Quinnipiac law faculty in 1994, Brown taught at Emory, the University of Chicago, Georgetown, Harvard and Yale law schools. She is known for her research on mediation and conflict resolution, and has […]

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Amid plummeting app numbers, law schools adapt to economy

The Yale Office of Undergraduate Admissions earned a record-high number of applications this year.

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Online glitch delays Law School apps

Yale Law School moved its application deadline from March 1 to March 4 due to a glitch with the Law School Admissions Council’s online system, which is akin to the Common Application for college applicants. Due to the glitch, which the council discovered on Feb. 26, some applicants were unable to access the council’s website […]

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Freedom of thought scrutinized in Singapore

A Singaporean journalism professor and outspoken critic of restrictions on media freedom in Singapore — where Yale is establishing a joint college with the National University of Singapore — has been denied tenure at Nanyang Technological University for a second time, sparking renewed debate about freedom of thought at Singaporean universities. George Cherian, an associate […]

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SOM boosts financial aid budget

The School of Management, which currently allocates $3 million for financial aid, plans to increase its combined scholarship and loan-forgiveness budget to $6.4 million by 2015.

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Yale alum appointed national security adviser

Jake Sullivan ’98 LAW ’03 will serve as Vice President Joe Biden’s new national security adviser starting this week, according to a Tuesday press release from the White House. Sullivan will move to the vice president’s office from the State Department, where he was former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s LAW ’73 director of policy […]

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After report, Law School improves gender balance

The student group that released last year's report has found that gender balance at the school has improved.

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Yale-NUS hires rector

Yale-NUS science professor Brian McAdoo will serve as the new college’s inaugural rector — a position equivalent to that of a resident college master at Yale.

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SOM to fund leadership research

The School of Management will launch a three-year initiative this July to fund faculty research in leadership and organizational behavior.

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National Jurist ranks Yale Law School 13th

In a surprise turn of events, Yale Law School came in 13th in the newest rankings released by National Jurist Magazine. Instead of considering students’ GPA and LSAT scores, the magazine’s system provides “an alternative ranking that was focused more on results and service,” according to the rankings. The final list ranks Stanford Law School […]

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