SOM grading amendments cause debate
Following controversy around recent grading policy changes at SOM, faculty and admins have reached out to dissatisfied community members.
YCC | Leah Motzkin ’16, president
Yale College Council presidential candidate Leah Motzkin ’16 has specific characteristics in mind for the next YCC president.
Yale-NUS, a liberal arts model?
Association of American Universities President Hunter Rawlings gave a speech last month in which he decried the criticism of liberal education in the United States.
UP CLOSE | Law School: Too Yale to fail?
In an increasingly competitive job market, law schools across the country are debating how to make their graduates more competitive. But alumni and faculty claim Yale Law is “just different.”
Yale moves to dismiss Bagley lawsuit
Three months after a School of Management professor filed suit against Yale alleging gender and age discrimination, the University has responded by moving to dismiss the case.
SOM students solve real world cases
The Yale School of Management launched its first online courses last semester, but the school’s online innovation is far from over.