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.
Salovey outlines vision for future
Davenport College students had the chance to fire questions at President-elect Peter Salovey at a Davenport Master’s Tea on Tuesday afternoon.
Potential DOD center stirs controversy
The University issued a statement Tuesday afternoon denying that a possible military training center at the Yale School of Medicine has been formally proposed.
Married professors talk love
There may have been rose petals and chocolates, but for three Yale faculty couples, Thursday’s panel was unlike any other Valentine’s Day dates they have had.
Yale’s new first couple
Few Yale students expect to find lasting love in Toad’s or GPSCY, but fairy tales can take root within the walls of Yale’s finest social establishments.
Yale partners with Banco Santander
Spanish bank Banco Santander entered a formal agreement with the University last week when it committed significant funding to the Yale Center for the Study of Globalization.
Cory Booker named Class Day speaker
Cory Booker LAW ’97, Newark mayor and potential United States Senate candidate, will be delivering this year’s Class Day address on May 19.
Professor of four decades dies at 92
Edward Stankiewicz, a Holocaust survivor who joined the Yale faculty in 1971 and pioneered the field of Slavic linguistics, died on Jan. 31 of cardiac arrest.
Panel addresses lack of faculty diversity
Administrators and faculty convened for a panel to discuss the reasons why a university with a diverse undergraduate body has a faculty overwhelmingly composed of white males.
Salovey holds staff town hall
Over 500 staff members packed into the pews of Battell Chapel Tuesday morning for a town hall convened by President-elect Peter Salovey, who answered questions on staff development and acknowledged concerns he plans to address as president.