World Fellow program moves in new direction
Amid broad changes to the program, Emma Sky, senior fellow at the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs, will be taking the helm of the Yale World Fellows Program beginning July 1.
At law school, a separate and murky process for misconduct
When the University-Wide Committee on Sexual Misconduct was established, each school at Yale was given the option of keeping its own complaint process or transferring the authority for hearing such cases to the UWC. Only the law school chose to keep its own disciplinary board.
MBA program applications jump
With the expansion of its global programs, augmented curricular opportunities and the move to the new campus, the School of Management is gaining momentum. And its admissions figures have grown with a significant jump this year.
Graduate housing project moves forward
Moving one step closer to completing a building intended for graduate student housing on Elm Street, Yale submitted a request for a variance and special exception from zoning regulations to the Board of Zoning Appeals yesterday.
Popularity of EP&E grows
The Ethics, Politics and Economics major, known for its selective application process, became even more popular this year.
Education Studies program meets growing pains
Started in 2013, Yale’s Education Studies program is an initiative that provides undergraduates with coursework focused on an interdisciplinary understanding of education.
Admissions revamps prefrosh advising program
As another season of college decisions appears on the horizon, the Admissions Office will call upon current Yalies to extend a warm embrace from the Elm City to newly admitted students.