In letter to Salovey, WFF examines UWC procedures
In response to recent scrutiny of the University’s sexual misconduct policy, the members of the Yale Women Faculty Forum’s Steering Committee sent a letter to University President Peter Salovey 11 days ago voicing concerns and suggestions about the process.
Chi Psi pulls bid for Lake Place house
Amid complaints from neighbors and the University, Yale’s chapter of the Chi Psi fraternity withdrew its Board of Zoning Appeals application for its 13 Lake Place property.
Amid controversy, Simons removed from directorship
Former cardiology chief at the School of Medicine Michael Simons has been removed from his position as director of the Yale Cardiovascular Research Center, according to an article published Friday in The New York Times.
Africa week brings challenges to the fore
Despite their recent efforts to reach out to the Yale community through a week full of events celebrating African culture on campus, many African students still feel misrepresented at the University.
Alumni assembly focuses on entrepreneurship
Nearly 500 alumni flooded campus on Thursday for a weekend of lectures, fireside chats and presentations that showcased the entrepreneurial pursuits of Yale graduates.
SOM holds low-carbon investment competition
Business school students and prominent members of the investment world gathered last Friday to discuss responsible, low-carbon investing during a Yale School of Management event.
Buckley program hosts former NSA director
On Friday, the William F. Buckley Jr. Program hosted its fourth annual conference honoring the 50th anniversary of James Burnham’s book “Suicide of the West” — which argues that the spread of liberalism is causing the downfall of Western societies.
Startup fair attempts to recruit students
The Startup Networking Fair, in its second year, is an effort by the Office of Career Strategy to connect students with employers and alumni at startups from around the globe.
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.
Students, faculty scope out Google Glass
Faculty and students can now propose spring-term projects involving Google Glass, a pair of glasses that displays virtual information in a hands free format.