SOM online courses thrive
After successfully piloting two online courses this semester, the Yale School of Management plans to expand its online program.
Law students advocate through film
Amidst law reviews and court cases, filmmaking is establishing itself as a new form of legal scholarship at Yale Law School.
New extracurriculars flourish at Yale-NUS
Though student organizations at Yale-NUS cannot formally register until next semester, the Singaporean campus is already swarming with unofficial groups.
Yale-NUS looks to expand faculty
Pericles Lewis, president of Yale-NUS, said the college is looking to hire new professors for next year, but only for two majors — arts and humanities and global affairs.
YLS attracts Yale undergrads
Of the 199 students that matriculated to Yale Law School this year, 23 graduated from Yale College. This year’s figure is consistent with the past several years, during which the number of Yale College graduates entering YLS ranged from 23 to 33. Students and faculty interviewed credited this track record to Yale College’s strong liberal »
Grad students get environmental experience
As graduate programs across the country seek to give students practical experience in addition to theoretical knowledge, the Yale Center for Environmental Law & Policy is sponsoring a variety of hands-on projects focused on environmental issues. Affiliated with Law School and the School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, the YCELP offers a joint-degree program and »