James Steele
Contributing Reporter
Author Archive
YUAA’s Project Liquid tests liquid rocket engine

The Project Liquid Team at the Yale Undergraduate Aerospace Association tested their liquid rocket engine for the first time on April 2.

Online OCS tool details job market trends

The new tool contains continuously updated data on trends in the job market.

OCS publishes “First Destination Report” for class of 2022

The new report details the educational, locational and vocational choices of 2022 Yale graduates.

OCS releases activities report for the summer of 2022

The new report shows the internships, lab work and study abroad programs that Yale Students took on last summer.

OCS report reveals 2021 SEAS graduates’ initial destinations post-graduation

The “SEAS First Destinations” report launched on the SEAS website details the employment and educational choices of the SEAS class of 2021.

Where is the class of 2018 now? Yale’s “Four-Year Look” at employment

The Yale Office of Career Strategy published a report on the career choices of the Yale College class of 2018.

Study on northern treeshrews reveals climate change’s effects on ecogeographical evolution

A recently published study on the evolution of the northern treeshrew details the evolutionary breakage of several ecogeographical rules as climate change progresses.

Yale researchers develop first FDA-approved drug to delay autoimmune disease

Yale School of Medicine's Kevan Herold led the clinical trials for teplizumab, a drug found to delay the development of type 1 diabetes, which affects around 1.95 million Americans.

What to know about accessing health services at Yale

Current Health Services and Insurance Plans Available to Students at Yale Health

Newhallville promotes native plants and pollinators at “All Things Pollinators” event

Newhallville residents and volunteers are promoting the propagation of plants native to the New England area to support the local ecosystem.

Yale to study mass casualty prevention strategies through Italian partnership

The collaboration with the University of Rome Tor Vergata will focus on creating global military response training, detection strategies, antidotes and treatments in cases of major events.