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Salovey, Butler to assume deanships

Graduate School Dean Peter Salovey GRD ’86 will become the new dean of Yale College, Yale President Richard Levin announced at a ceremony in the […]

Harvard sees drop in female profs

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. Harvard University faces a decline in the number of non-tenured women humanities professors, […]

Salovey to become College dean

Yale Graduate School Dean Peter Salovey GRD ’86 will be named the new dean of Yale College at a ceremony at Beinecke Rare Book Library […]

Provost, VP welcomed by Chinese alums

As Yale Vice President for Development Charles Pagnam and University Provost Susan Hockfield recently learned, a distance of thousands of miles cannot weaken ties to […]

Harvard grades are on the rise yet again

Two years after Harvard University attracted accusations of grade inflation, a letter released by Harvard Dean of the College Benedict H. Gross said grades are […]

Costs, China, Science Hill top Corp. agenda

A five percent term bill increase for the 2004-05 academic year, building plans for Science Hill, and Yale-China relations topped the Yale Corporation’s agenda last […]

Alumni, faculty work to rebuild WTC

From the classroom to the skyline of New York City, Yale alumni and professors are leading the effort to rebuild Lower Manhattan after the terrorist […]

Levin to study govt. failures

University President Richard Levin was appointed Friday by President George W. Bush ’68 to an independent commission to look into intelligence failures on finding Iraqi […]

Corporation to focus on fiscal issues

The Yale Corporation will focus on setting a new term bill and other University fiscal matters when it convenes this weekend for its third meeting […]

Former VP Culver heads to Mass.

Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney tapped former Yale Vice President for Finance and Administration Robert Culver to be president and CEO of Massachusetts’ leading economic development […]

CEO targets racial limits

Over the past year, the Center for Equal Opportunity and the American Civil Rights Institute have sent letters of complaint to approximately 100 colleges and […]