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.


Yale-NUS hosts first MUN conference

Less than two years after its formation, the Yale-NUS International Relations and Political Association is hosting the Yale-NUS Asia Pacific Model UN — its first large-scale Model UN conference ­— this week.


With new administrator, SOM addresses diversity

This spring will be the first full semester on the job for the School of Management’s first director of community and inclusion, Tiffany Gooden.


MBA program applications jump

With the expansion of its global programs, augmented curricular opportunities and the move to the new campus, the School of Management is gaining momentum. And its admissions figures have grown with a significant jump this year.


Div, Law and Forestry schools team up for first time

For the first time, faculty from Yale Law School, Yale Divinity School and the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies are offering a course together.


SOM grows tech, following national trend

MBA students are becoming more tech-savvy.


One year in, Bagley suit moving closer to trial

More than a year after former School of Management professor Constance Bagley filed suit against the University alleging gender and age discrimination, her case is steadily inching towards trial.


SOM startup receives grant money

Alacrity Semiconductors, a startup aiming to make devices like cell phones more energy-efficient, was awarded a federal grant in late December that will ultimately total over $1 million.


Law school deans call for reform of criminal justice system

"We ought to determine the law's legitimacy at least in part from the perspective of those who suffer its coercion," wrote Yale Law School Dean Robert Post and Harvard Law School Dean Martha Minow in an opinion piece for The Boston Globe published Tuesday.


Mental health troubles widespread at law school, report says

Seventy percent of Yale Law School students who participated in the school’s Mental Health Alliance survey have struggled with mental health issues at some point during their law school careers.


Yale-NUS ratifies student constitution

On Nov. 21, Yale-NUS students ratified their first constitution. But implementation of the document in earnest will not begin until the start of next semester, when students will elect their first student government.