Petition opposes proposed grading changes

More than 1,200 Yalies have signed an online petition launched Monday night urging faculty members to oppose a proposal that would transition Yale from a letter-grade to a 100-point grading system. Josh Kalla ’14 and Baobao Zhang ’13, a former multimedia editor for the News, circulated the petition to the student body yesterday. In a […]

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University partners with online network Universia

Yale solidified plans to collaborate with an international online educational program in an effort to extend the University’s global reach.

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Students protest possible grading changes

Students concerned about potential changes to Yale’s grading system have launched a movement protesting the recommendations of the Yale College Ad-Hoc Committee on Grading, which is considering changing Yale’s grading system to a 100-point scale. The movement began when Scott Stern ’15 sent an email to the Yale community in a call to arms against […]

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Interest in team-teaching increases

For the fourth year in a row, proposals for classes team-taught by graduate students and professors have reached a record high.

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Students hesitant about grading proposals

Members of the faculty committee that proposed a set of grading changes met with roughly 60 students Wednesday evening.

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ITS central to monthly faculty meeting

Roughly 45 professors gathered in Connecticut Hall on Thursday to continue an ongoing conversation about Yale's IT services.

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Grad students question online education

As Yale contemplates new initiatives in online education, graduate students are seeking ways to participate in the University discussion.

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Calendar aims for balance

Students, faculty and administrators are contemplating how best to allocate the days that make up a school year.

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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.

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ITS plans to improve services

The Yale Information Technology Service is unrolling a University-wide initiative to enhance its technological resources.

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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.

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Courses scheduled for the weekend

Yale College Dean Mary Miller is working to devise plans for future emergency course rescheduling.

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