Leadership diversity remains low
Upon first examination, the University staff is not significantly less diverse than the student body, with 28 percent of staff employees identifying as ethnic minorities.
Workplace morale slow to recover
The results of the 2012 workplace survey for Yale employees show that worker morale has not fully rebounded from its decline during the financial downturn.
Federal grants, aid hit by sequester
Roughly 10 University officers met on Tuesday to consider the grim reality of the sequester and its potential effects on the University.
Yale braces for federal cuts
University officers are devising a plan in response to expected reductions in federal research funding and government financial aid for students.
Yale third in total cash donations
The University completed a successful fiscal year 2012 in fundraising with a total of $543,905,260 in cash donations — the second-highest amount ever raised for Yale.
Yale Corporation plans lab renovations
Fellows of the Yale Corporation allocated money for plans to renovate laboratory classrooms in Sterling Chemistry Laboratory and furthered discussion with President-elect Peter Salovey about his preparations for the presidency when they convened on campus this weekend for their annual February meeting.
DOD nixed training center a year ago
Despite initial reports to the contrary, the School of Medicine will not open a training center for soldiers using a grant from the Department of Defense.