Teaching and learning online, unconventionally
A decade ago, if professor Diana Kleiner had had a crucial question about a detail on a Roman ruin in the Syrian desert city of Palmyra, she would have had to get on a plane.
Peabody haunts, hoping to attract adults
Last night, zombies, princesses, pirates, cowboys and an 85-pound Burmese python all had a chance to mingle among the dinosaurs in the darkened halls of the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History.
Quarantine seeks to “play it safe”
Although the test came back negative, President Salovey said in a Thursday email that the researchers would continue their quarantine for 21 days, in adherence to guidelines established by the state of Connecticut.
CS department short on faculty
Last Tuesday, computer science department chair Joan Feigenbaum received an unpleasant reminder in her mailbox.
Ebola scare ends with negative test
After local, state and federal health officials scrambled to address a possible case of Ebola, they found that the disease has not yet spread to the Elm City.
Health hackathon kicks off first year
On Friday, undergraduate Selin Isgüven ’15 entered the Hacking Health @ Yale without a team, a project or any inkling of what health care problem she was going to hack.