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Simons stripped of endowed chair

Michael Simons was stripped of the Waldemar von Zedtwitz chair on Friday afternoon, less than two months after the University awarded it to him.

YLS professors said Kavanaugh picked attractive clerks

Chua and Rubenfeld are under scrutiny for reportedly telling female law students interviewing with Kavanaugh that he prefers good-looking, attractively dressed female clerks.

Amid controversy, Alpern under review

As Robert Alpern’s third term as the dean of Yale School of Medicine nears its end, University President Peter Salovey has asked School of Medicine […]

New hires reflect commitment to STEM

In fall 2016, University President Peter Salovey emphasized his commitment to strengthening the sciences at Yale at a facultywide town hall With the hiring of […]

Faculty members go back to school

Philip Gorski spent the entirety of his Wednesday afternoon meticulously working on his “Applied Data Mining and Machine Learning” problem set. Still, he could not […]

Female Sterling professors remain scarce

Before the summer, only four Sterling professors of the 36 at Yale were women.

Yalies weigh in on Brett Kavanaugh ’87 LAW ’90 at confirmation hearing

For the past two months, members of the Yale community — professors, alumni and students — have weighed in on U.S. President Donald Trump’s nomination […]

Med profs rally against Simons title

In an open letter to Salovey, School of Medicine faculty members, students and alumni joined forces on Tuesday to condemn the University’s decision to award a new endowed professorship to cardiology professor Michael Simons.

International students navigate visa uncertainty

As the job application process begins, many members of the class of 2019 are grappling with the ever-looming question — what do I want to […]

Gelernter urges first years to learn to be “good Americans”

In his opening address to the class of 2022, University President Peter Salovey urged the first years that filled Woolsey Hall to embrace their roles […]

Female alums defend Kavanaugh

Women’s rights attorneys and other activists are expected to advocate against the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh ’87 LAW ’90 to the Supreme Court.