Bio modules cause scheduling frustration
Two years after a sequence of half-semester introductory courses first replaced each biology department’s individual introductory courses, faculty are still ironing out the details.
Contagion helps to explain art value
A new study by researchers at the Yale School of Management explores why we value an original piece of artwork so much more than an exact duplicate.
Inspiring under the radar
The World Fellows program is receiving more and more applications every year. But despite publicity efforts, it continues to be little known by the very students fellows seek to engage with.
YUAG initiative targets STEM students
The Yale University Art Gallery is attempting to get Yale’s science, math and engineering students out of the lab and into the galleries.
Med school requirements change
Applicants to the Yale School of Medicine during the 2014–’15 admissions cycle will face a newly revised set of admissions requirements.
Study probes tenured teaching
Yale students who are taught by tenure-track professors may learn less than students taught by lecturers, according to a new study.