Grad students work for global health justice
With a groundbreaking report released last week, the Global Health Justice Partnership is becoming a powerful tool to help graduate students go beyond the ivory tower.
Students work for health justice
The Global Health Justice Partnership is becoming a powerful tool to help graduate students go beyond the ivory tower.
Yale-NUS advises summer plans
As freshmen around the world navigate their first year of college, the members of the inaugural class of Yale-NUS are receiving a great deal of guidance — even when it comes to summer opportunities. In its first year, Yale-NUS — the joint liberal arts college created by Yale and the National University of Singapore — »
Evans Hall elicits both praise and distaste
After two weeks of settling into their brand-new home, the School of Management faculty members and students are opening the glass doors of their 165 Whitney Ave. building today to the entire Yale community.
EMBA program branches out
Starting next fall, students enrolled in the Executive MBA program at the Yale School of Management will be able to choose from two new areas of focus — sustainability and asset management. The EMBA program, launched in 2005, originally offered only a concentration in healthcare and solely admitted working professionals in that field. Going forward, »
New SOM building debuts
Today, School of Management students will take their seats in an all new building.
SOM professor sues University
A professor at the School of Management alleges she was not reappointed due to age and gender discrimination.
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.