YLS alters grading policies
In the wake of an announcement on new grading policies, Yale Law School students and faculty expressed mixed views on the school’s unorthodox system of grading.
SOM looks to expand tech resources
In an effort to enhance technological opportunities for learning and teaching, the School of Management has decided to create a new position: Manager of Instructional Technology Solutions and Design.
Law school clinic files lawsuit against Defense Dept.
Seeking information about why service academies enroll so few women — roughly 20 percent of their student bodies — the Veterans Legal Services Clinic at Yale Law School has filed suit against the Department of Defense.
YLS researchers pursue national initiative
This semester marks the beginning of Megan Quattlebaum’s term as program director of Yale Law School’s Justice Collaboratory — a branch of the Justice Department’s National Initiative for Building Community Trust and Justice, announced by Attorney General Eric Holder on Sept. 18.
SOM expands career resources, looks abroad
As students at the Yale School of Management look for summer internships and post-graduation jobs, they can find comfort in the fact that the school’s estimates for student employment are stronger than in previous years.
Yale-NUS to hold first student elections
Under the guidance of a newly ratified constitution, Yale-NUS students will host their first student government elections on Feb. 4 and Feb. 5. And with campaigns underway, candidates are trying to craft the identity of a school only four semesters old.