Eui Young Kim
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Econ department updates econometrics requirement

As the economics department changes its curriculum to become more focused on data science, it has updated its mandatory econometrics course, shifting the class’ emphasis […]

Yale prof proposes replacing MCAT in med school admissions

In a paper published last month in the Annals of Internal Medicine, Inginia Genao,Yale’s graduate medical education director of diversity, equity and inclusion, proposed replacing […]

Peabody returns indigenous remains to New Zealand

On the morning of June 21, the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History voluntarily transferred the remains of eight indigenous ancestors — seven Maori and […]

Living Water highlights community, faith in spring jam

Living Water — Yale’s only Christian a cappella group — held its spring jam in Sudler Recital Hall on Saturday evening. Dressed in bright blue […]

New lead on endometriosis could generate non-hormonal treatments

Researchers in the Yale School of Medicine’s Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences have made a key finding about endometriosis in humans and mice […]

Yale alumni support local entrepreneurs

A program run by two Yale alumni that works to support Connecticut entrepreneurs announced last Thursday that it had been named a finalist for the […]

Fungi research explains wood decay

A recent collaboration by researchers at Yale and other institutions sheds light on how fungi decay wood. Contrary to the traditional scientific understanding, researchers discovered […]

Times reporter talks health care, partisanship

Robert Pear, a domestic correspondent for The New York Times, discussed his 40-year career with the newspaper at Yale on Monday. In his talk, “Four […]

New F&ES grant promotes interdisciplinary collaboration

A recently established Yale grant will encourage interdisciplinary collaboration in the fields of environmental research and teaching. The Leitner Awards for Uncommon Environmental Collaboration aim […]

YHHAP food drive underway

The Restaurant Rescue Project, a group within the Yale Hunger and Homelessness Action project, is collaborating with the Yale Asian American Students Alliance this month […]

Active learning correlates to trust, study finds

Do you trust your professor? A new study shows you might do better in the class if you do. Researchers at Yale, the University of […]