Sci-Tech | 9:19 pm | February 17, 2013 | By Dan Weiner

Yale celebrates National Engineers Week

This week, Yale will celebrate National Engineers Week for the second time with activities ranging from lectures and networking to trivia and ice cream socials. The event, which is designed to celebrate the “positive contributions engineers make to society,” will kick off with two discussions about engineering entrepreneurship tomorrow evening at 7 p.m. with a talk by »

University | 6:31 pm | February 11, 2013 | By Dan Weiner

Vanderlick reappointed SEAS dean

School of Engineering and Applied Science Dean T. Kyle Vanderlick will serve a second five-year term, University President Richard Levin and President-elect Peter Salovey announced in a joint statement. In their statement, Levin and Salovey lauded Vanderlick for her work strengthening the engineering culture at Yale. In particular, the administrators praised the Center for Engineering Innovation and »

University | 3:17 pm | January 26, 2013 | By Dan Weiner

Free Internet TV debuts with 28 channels

After months of anticipation, Yalies on Friday could finally stream live high-definition TV to their laptops through IPTV provider Tivli. Yale, say hello to the new service and goodbye to your productivity. While Tivli currently features 28 channels ranging from the History Channel to Comedy Central, it is notably missing HBO GO, the on-demand archive »

Sci-Tech | 11:08 am | January 14, 2013 | By Dan Weiner

New CEID café seeks name, logo

A new café in the Becton Center is seeking a name and logo.

Want to impress Linda Lorimer, win a gift card and have your wit displayed for eternity in one fell swoop? The Center for Engineering Innovation and Design is hosting a logo and name competition for its new café, which will open on Jan. 22 on the first floor of the Becton Center. Members of the »

Sci-Tech | 10:51 pm | November 7, 2012 | By Dan Weiner

‘Hoodie Day’ brings engineering students together

Adam Goone ’13 and Lidiya Dervisheva ’13 organized School of Engineering Hoodie Day in the Center for Engineering Innovation and Design.

Blinding snow and bitter winds could not dampen spirits inside the Center for Engineering Innovation and Design Wednesday evening as juniors and seniors gathered together for the School of Engineering’s “Hoodie Day.” In previous years, juniors received the traditional blue engineering sweaters from their department secretaries with little fanfare. But seniors Adam Goone ’13 and »