Hudson Warm
Staff Reporter
Hudson Warm covers Faculty and Academics. She is a first-year in Morse College studying English.
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Seven Yale faculty members named 2024 Guggenheim fellows

The group of recipients includes six faculty members in Arts and Sciences and one in the Yale School of Art.

Global affairs majors bemoan changes to course registration, limited course offerings

Students expressed frustration over a lack of preregistration, unclear information about the department registrar and a limited number of course offerings listed on Yale Course Search.

Windham-Campbell Prize recognizes eight distinctive writers

The prize annually awards writers in four categories with prestige and monetary support.

Fall 2024 courses rollout process slower than last year

Fewer classes are appearing on Yale Course Search for the upcoming semester than did at a similar time of year for previous fall terms.

Black engineering students call for increased diversity in SEAS

Just 1.3 percent of faculty members in the School of Engineering and Applied Science identify as Black or African American, compared to five percent across all Yale faculty and six percent among the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.

New lector Olha Tytarenko to spearhead Ukrainian language program at Yale

Next fall, the Slavic Languages and Literatures department will introduce a Ukrainian language program, led by new faculty hire Olha Tytarenko — an expert in pedagogy, Ukrainian and Russian.

Gender disparities persist in several areas of study at Yale, data show

The share of women studying physical sciences and engineering disciplines at Yale lags behind that of peer institutions. A strong gender disparity also is apparent for arts and humanities majors, as considerably more women are enrolled in those fields than men, according to data from Yale’s Office of Institutional Research.

Yale confronts ties to slavery in Professor David Blight’s ‘Yale and Slavery’

Published on Friday, Feb. 16, with the Yale and Slavery Research Project, Blight’s narrative history sheds light on Yale’s historical entanglement with the practice of racial slavery.

CourseTable grows in popularity, adds new features

The popular student-created and -run course website has processed over 5 million requests this past month and has incorporated features such as Google Calendar integration, adding friends and links to courses.

Economics, political science classes see highest enrollments in spring 2024

The three classes with the highest enrollment this semester — Introductory Macroeconomics, Bioethics and Law and Intermediate Macroeconomics — have drawn hundreds of students.

Marc Robinson appointed FAS Dean of Humanities

Appointed by a committee of Yale faculty, theater professor and drama critic Marc Robinson will begin his term overseeing the humanities division of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences in July.