Q&A: The Paternal Brain
The News spoke with psychiatry professor James Swain to talk about the implications of his research for fathers and their children.
At Peabody, the Samurai re-examined
On Saturday at the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, visitors watched as experts in traditional Japanese sword drawing and modern Japanese martial arts performed.
In MH&C, the session limit does not exist
As students and administrators focus on the state of Yale’s mental health resources, questions of availability have become particularly contentious — namely, whether students are allowed more than 12 visits to Mental Health & Counseling per year. The short answer is yes, they are.
PA students and alumni oppose online degree
The majority of current and recently graduated physician associates at the Yale School of Medicine are opposed to the creation of an online version of their degree, according to a poll conducted by a recent graduate of the program.
SEAS receives $20 million donation
The donations come with an agreement that the University’s Computer Science Department will move into SEAS. The department will add five new faculty positions, increasing its size by 25 percent.
YNHHS cuts costs by $125 million
Yale New Haven Health System has reduced its operating costs by $125 million dollars in just two years by reducing variations in quality of care.
On third try, assisted suicide bill takes different tack
Karen Banks has testified three times in two years against the same bill. Known as HB 7015 in its current incarnation, the bill is making its third appearance in the Connecticut legislature in the past two years. In its past two iterations, the bill was defeated.
For children, acting and reality blur
A new Yale study may offer an explanation for why a six-year-old can love Steve Burns’s larger-than-life performance in “Blue’s Clues” and be unimpressed by Chiwetel Ejiofor in “12 Years a Slave.”