Andrea Ouyang
Staff Reporter
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Bradley recognized for work in global health

On Nov. 12, the Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame recognized professor Elizabeth Bradley GRD ’96 as a Global Impact Honoree. The honor, awarded to 10 […]

New app studies quality of life in cardiomyopathy patients

There is an app for everything, it seems — even clinical studies. Researchers at the Yale School of Medicine have launched an iPhone application for […]

Yalies host refugee Halloween party

The Yale Refugee Project hosted its first Halloween party for refugees Saturday evening.

Scholars program for African youth to expand

On Monday, the University announced the expansion of the Yale Young African Scholars Program, a summer academic and leadership training program connecting African high school students to Yale students, faculty and staff.

Anxiety symptoms correlate to high academic motivation

Being anxious may be beneficial to academic motivation, according to a new study coauthored by Yale researchers.

Med school conference explores social justice

Medical students from around New England gathered at the Yale School of Medicine Saturday to discuss how to combat social injustice everywhere from the operating room to the research laboratory.

YEI increases social innovation incentives

Over the past two years, the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute has made concerted efforts to foster innovation on campus through the introduction of two new award incentives designed to tackle real world problems such as health care reform and climate change: the Yale College Dean’s Challenge on Social Innovation and the Miller Award.

Panel tributes Zinsser’s teaching and mentorship

By 8 p.m. Wednesday night, not a single seat was empty in the Branford Common Room as students and faculty crowded around distinguished journalists and alumni writers.