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.
Darnell suspension rattles Egyptology
When John Darnell agreed to a one-year suspension from the Yale faculty, he left the Egyptology division of NELC without a chair and with just one full-time faculty member.
NELC work environment criticized
Two sources close to the department said they approached administrators about a “hostile work environment” in the department as early as 2010.
Details emerge about Darnell suspension
A week after John Darnell's resignation, details on his violations of University policy and suspension from the Yale faculty have begun to emerge.