Calendar aims for balance
Students, faculty and administrators are contemplating how best to allocate the days that make up a school year.
Yale to offer summer bridge program
In an effort to mitigate the rocky adjustment period some students face when they first come to college, Yale will debut a brand new summer program this year.
ITS plans to improve services
The Yale Information Technology Service is unrolling a University-wide initiative to enhance its technological resources.
Students admitted to Mellon program
On Monday, 12 graduate students from eight different departments who were admitted to the interdisciplinary Mellon concentration assembled for the program’s inaugural meeting.
Yale weighs academic integrity policies
Yale administrators are reflecting on the University’s academic integrity policies after almost 70 Harvard students were implicated a cheating scandal.
Graduate School master’s programs reviewed
Graduate School Dean Thomas Pollard released a report on master’s programs Wednesday, following a comprehensive review of Yale’s doctoral programs conducted in 2011.
Cautiously, Yale moves online
Yale considers new ways to make its educational resources available online while questioning what it will mean for traditional classroom education.
GSA pushes Ph.D. funding
The Graduate Student Assembly is lobbying the administration to provide more funding for Ph.D. students who need a sixth year to complete their dissertations.
Global Affairs capstones reviewed
Last semester, the first class of seniors in the newly created Global Affairs major completed their senior capstone projects.