Stock rally bodes well for endowment
The strong performance of the U.S. stock market over the past nine months bodes well for endowment returns of colleges, including Yale, according to experts interviewed.
Workplace morale slow to recover
The results of the 2012 workplace survey for Yale employees show that worker morale has not fully rebounded from its decline during the financial downturn.
Yale braces for federal cuts
University officers are devising a plan in response to expected reductions in federal research funding and government financial aid for students.
Nursing School pioneer dies at 74
Donna Diers, a champion of nursing research and former dean of the Yale School of Nursing, died of cancer on Saturday. She was 74.
Departmental budgets remain tight
Facing a projected $40-million budget deficit for the coming academic year, faculty and administrators continue to deliberate about how to close the gap.