Carly Wanna
Staff Reporter
Author Archive
Movement for ER&M support goes national

A little over a week after 13 professors chose to withdraw their support from the Ethnicity, Race and Migration program in protest, one thing is clear: they are not alone.

Students, alumni protest Salovey’s speech

As the Asian American Student Alliance, or AASA, celebrated its 50th anniversary with a weekend-long conference, faculty and student activism surrounding the status of the […]

University provides new funding options for grad students

Following recommendations from the University Science Strategy Committee, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences announced two new policies that will make more funding available […]

Economics increases outreach to females

Amid national concerns about females being faced with hostile environments in economics departments, Yale’s department has increased its outreach to women in its hiring process and graduate student recruitment efforts.

Students organize to support ER&M professors’ withdrawal

Dozens of Yale community members created a pop-up library with ER&M professors' works to express solidarity with the professors.

Thirteen professors withdraw from ER&M; majors in limbo

Their decision leaves the program without any tenured faculty members, as well as without any of the professors who have served as program chair since its founding in 1997.

Profs teach at Yale-NUS over break

SINGAPORE — Five Yale faculty and one staff member spent a part of their spring break teaching — but on the other side of the world. […]

Faculty questions fundraising practices

Some faculty members have raised concerns about where the Development Office’s fundraising priorities lie when raising money for departments.

Faculty defend University admissions policies

Amid conversations about the recent admissions bribery scandal and the fairness of Yale’s application process, many faculty members interviewed by the News defended the integrity […]

College to offer new urban studies major

Yale College will officially offer a major in urban studies to members of the class of 2021 and onward.

Postdocs struggle with finances, career ambiguity

When postdoctoral associate at the School of Medicine William Khoury-Hanold completed his graduate degree in 2016, he hoped to launch his academic career in the […]