Wang talks prisons and healthcare
Eighty percent of prisoners already have chronic medical conditions that require longitudinal medical care — and 95 percent of all prisoners will eventually be released back into society.
Yale Corporation delays divestment decision
The Yale Corporation Committee on Investor Responsibility (CCIR) has decided to delay its decision on whether the University should divest its assets from fossil fuel companies.
Former staff member sues Yale
A former Yale staff member has filed suit alleging that Yale turned a blind eye to workplace discrimination against an employee with disabilities.
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.
LabCandy attracts girls to sciences
LabCandy, started by Olivia Pavco-Giaccia ’16 with help from a YEI fellowship, seeks to encourage young girls to study science by creating fashionable lab gear and challenging stereotypes.
UP CLOSE | Law School: Too Yale to fail?
In an increasingly competitive job market, law schools across the country are debating how to make their graduates more competitive. But alumni and faculty claim Yale Law is “just different.”