Gavin Guerrette
Staff Reporter
Gavin Guerrette covers faculty scholarship & breakthroughs. He is a freshman in Branford College majoring in Humanities.
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Two Yale professors selected as Guggenheim Fellows

Daphne Brooks and Milan Svolik have been selected by the Guggenheim Foundation as fellows in the fields of theater arts and performance studies and political science.

Advising isn’t working. How does Yale plan to fix it?

Students and administrators alike say that undergraduate advising needs to improve. But how that might happen is not yet certain.

Yale experts assess recent developments in ongoing war in Ukraine

As the war in Ukraine continues, Yale professors continue to facilitate dialogue on campus and provide insight into the conflict.

Two Yale affiliates appear on NPR podcast amid national acclaim

The books of two Yale affiliates have received national coverage, one for its personal exploration of chronic illness, and the other as inspiration for a popular HBO documentary on the life of Frederick Douglass.

Santos’ study reveals benefits of virtual well-being courses

A recent study co-authored by Laurie Santos and professors from the University of Bristol examined the benefits of the “Science of Happiness” online course.

Professor Jing Tsu talks new highly-acclaimed book on China

Kingdom of Characters, which explores the foundations of Chinese script, was featured on the front page of the New York Times Book Review.

Yale professors weigh in on Russian invasion of Ukraine

As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine unfolds, four Yale professors detail the causes of the conflict and its potential outcomes.

INSIGHT: Welcome To The Metaverse

The concept of the metaverse has its origins in Neal Stephenson’s 1992 novel, “Snow Crash,” a dystopian vision of the 21st century which depicts a […]

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Amid rising COVID-19 cases, students call for hybrid spring semester

Members of Disability Empowerment for Yale are putting pressure on the University to move to hybrid instruction in a new petition that has amassed nearly 500 signatures.

Yale research study indicates opposition to defunding or abolishing police

A research article written by Yale professor Gregory Huber and two other Yale affiliates examines opposition to defunding and abolishing the police while presenting viable considerations for reform.

Yale law professors weigh in on Supreme Court reform

The Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court of the United States — to which 17 Yale affiliates were named — released its final report in December. Amidst discussion of nominations and reforms, three Yale law professors reflect on the commission and consider reform.