Ellen Kan
Staff Reporter
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Yale looks to lead in cultural resources

In the wake of student demands for an improved racial climate on campuses across the country, Salovey has expressed his hope that Yale will lead its peer institutions in providing support for a diverse student body.

OCS expands advising offerings

The Office of Career Strategy is expanding this semester through two new initiatives: graduate-school advising workshops and Yale-coordinated summer internship ambassadors.

Four professors elected to NAM

On Oct. 19, four professors of the Yale School of Medicine — Ronald Duman, Murat Günel, David McCormick and Laura Niklason — joined the ranks of the National Academy of Medicine.

Chun to step down as Berkeley master

Marvin Chun, the first Asian-American to become a residential college master, will step down as Berkeley College master at the end of this academic year.

Connecticut leads in energy efficiency

Connecticut is the sixth most energy-efficient state in the nation, according to the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy’s 2015 ranking.

Pierson dean to step down

Just three weeks into the semester, Pierson College Dean Amerigo Fabbri has announced that he will step down from his post at the end of the academic year.