Diversity report may spur change
Nine months after an external review found Yale to be lacking in faculty and administrative diversity, the University appears to be seriously considering the review’s recommendations.
In faculty hiring, spouses pose unique challenge
Spousal hiring at a university poses a “dual-career problem” when two partners do not both receive positions at the same institution or city, forcing one of them to reject an otherwise desirable offer.
FES tackles gender imbalance
Before 2009, the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies never had more than one female professor at a time.
Radio show raises climate change awareness
In less time than it takes to brush your teeth, a new radio series out of the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies is spreading climate change awareness.
Conference considers energy future
According to experts at the Yale Climate and Energy Institute’s annual conference, the state of global energy in 2030 remains uncertain.
New Haven Farms triples capacity
New Haven Farms, an urban agriculture non-profit that provides free produce to disadvantaged residents, is in the process of acquiring a new farm that will triple its food output.