Anjali Mangla
Staff Reporter
Anjali Mangla is a Science & Technology Editor for the News. She previously covered the intersection of STEM and social justice. Anjali is a sophomore in Ezra Stiles College planning to study Neuroscience, Global Affairs and Global Health Studies.
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STEM and Social Inclusion Series starts with speaker Anjelica Gonzalez

On Tuesday, Anjelica Gonzalez gave a talk as the first speaker in the STEM and Social Inclusion Speaker Series. New Associate Dean for STEM Student […]

Yale postdoc wins first Cell Press Rising Black Scientists Award

Chrystal Starbird, a postdoctoral fellow who works in the Ferguson Lab at the Yale Cancer Biology Institute, recently won the first Cell Press Rising Black […]

A different kind of programming: Grace Zdeblick ’22

In a year fraught with multiple restrictions on in-person learning and other important ingredients in the typical Yale College experience due to the COVID-19 pandemic, […]

YCEC speaker series hosts climate science communicator John Abraham

On Thursday, the Yale Center for Environmental Communication virtually welcomed John Abraham, a professor and the program director of thermal sciences at the University of […]

First years prepare for a holiday season away from friends

In a normal year, the several weeks on campus between Thanksgiving break and winter break would bring festive cheer to New Haven, from the first-year […]

UNICEF director talks child, adolescent mental health during pandemic

On Nov. 11, the Yale Institute of Global Health’s Global Health Conversation Series hosted Henrietta Fore, the executive director of UNICEF, in an event that […]

Members of medical community call for shift from race-based to race-conscious medicine

Advocating for the transition of medicine away from race-based practices and toward a more race-conscious approach, Yale Medical School MD-PhD student Jessica Cerdeña GRD ’21, […]

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Mixed feeders reign in the savannah, Yale study finds

Associate professor of ecology and evolutionary biology Carla Staver recently co-authored a study published in Science Advances that identifies a relationship between diet composition of […]

Study finds humans could curb emissions by 60%, maintain decent standard of living

A recent study conducted by the Living Well Within Limits project at the University of Leeds — to which Yale School of the Environment professor […]

Yale researchers win award for best machine learning paper

Alexander Tong GRD ’23, a computer science graduate student, and Smita Krishnaswamy, professor of genetics and computer science, won the award for best paper at […]

Yale Center for Research Computing launches new CAREER

The Yale Center for Research Computing launched a new program this summer, called the CAREERS Cyberteam Program, that trains students at regional small and mid-sized […]