Professor Diana Kleiner, a member on the University’s committee on online education, will be featuring “Roman Architecture” on Coursera.

With Coursera, Yale’s online education expands

January 16, 2014
This morning, 40,000 students from all over the world will tune into Art History Professor Diana Kleiner's class via Coursera.

Salovey condemns academic boycott of Israel

January 15, 2014
President Salovey issued a statement condemning the American Studies Association’s academic boycott of Israel.

On Coursera, faculty still has questions

December 6, 2013
Weeks before Yale launches its first Coursera offerings, the faculty debate on the University’s online education initiatives continues to develop.

Academic minors to be weighed again

December 5, 2013
Three years after Yale College faculty members struck down a proposal to introduce academic minors into the undergraduate curriculum, the Yale College Council plans to try again.

With online education, one size does not fit all

December 3, 2013
A recent media blitz promoting Yale’s online education efforts culminated in a showcase highlighting digital initiatives at the University.

History Department considers further changes

November 22, 2013
The History Department has voted to move forward with a proposal to further overhaul the major.

As Yale talks grade deflation, Princeton pulls back

November 22, 2013
While Yale’s ad hoc committee on grading examines grading policies, Princeton is reassessing its own experiment with grade deflation.
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Miller rumored to depart deanship

November 20, 2013
Yale College Dean Mary Miller appears poised to step down from her administrative position.

EP&E and Global Affairs to remain exclusive

November 15, 2013
Yale’s application-only academic majors will not open their doors to all students any time soon.

Eased restrictions in history major signal reform

November 14, 2013
For the class of 2015 and beyond, Yale’s history department will ease its major requirements.

University honors veterans at ceremony

November 12, 2013
Over 100 people gathered on Monday afternoon in Beinecke Plaza for the annual Veterans Day ceremony.

Grading committee drops numerical system

November 8, 2013
Since the faculty tabled the proposal to switch to numerical grades last spring, the Ad-Hoc Committee on Grading has turned its attention to less provocative ideas for grade reform.