Public Health struggles with financial aid
A week after the Harvard School of Public Health received a $350 million donation, the Yale School of Public Health (YSPH) is still struggling to retain applicants who are being offered better financial aid packages from other schools.
Global health eyes expansion
In the coming year, YSPH plans to expand the Yale Global Health Studies Program, an undergraduate concentration that accepts 15-18 Yale College students every year.
Ebola ban unlikely to affect many
While Yale student organizations will no longer be allowed to travel to regions of West Africa affected by the Ebola epidemic, the policy is unlikely to have a large effect on students or student organizations.
Rudd Center to leave for UConn
In January, the Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity will complete a move from its current home beyond Science Hill to the University of Connecticut’s new campus in Hartford, the Center announced Friday.
Biomedical innovation center to launch
The new Center for Biomedical and Interventional Technology (CBIT) aims to bring together students and faculty mentors in engineering, public health, medicine and management to develop ideas for biomedical innovations.
MBA-MPH students reflect
The first class jointly enrolled at the Yale School of Management and the Yale School of Public Health is just over a semester into the program.
Documents detail animal abuses
SAEN is urging the USDA to impose the maximum financial penalty on Yale for three animal welfare violations in university laboratories.
Penalty sought for animal violations
In a complaint filed with the United States Department of Agriculture on Monday, the animal rights organization Stop Animal Exploitation NOW! (SAEN) urged the USDA to impose a $60,000 fine on Yale for multiple self-reported animal welfare violations.