Jane Darby Menton
Grading vote postponed until fall

Proposals to change Yale's grading system have been tabled until next fall, said Yale College Dean Mary Miller.

Students decry grading changes

As the faculty considers an overhaul of Yale’s current undergraduate grading system, students are beginning to voice opposition to the recommendations.

Petition opposes proposed grading changes

More than 1,200 Yalies have signed an online petition launched Monday night urging faculty members to oppose a proposal that would transition Yale from a […]

University partners with online network Universia

Yale solidified plans to collaborate with an international online educational program in an effort to extend the University’s global reach.

Students protest possible grading changes

Students concerned about potential changes to Yale’s grading system have launched a movement protesting the recommendations of the Yale College Ad-Hoc Committee on Grading, which […]

Interest in team-teaching increases

For the fourth year in a row, proposals for classes team-taught by graduate students and professors have reached a record high.

Students hesitant about grading proposals

Members of the faculty committee that proposed a set of grading changes met with roughly 60 students Wednesday evening.

ITS central to monthly faculty meeting

Roughly 45 professors gathered in Connecticut Hall on Thursday to continue an ongoing conversation about Yale's IT services.

Grad students question online education

As Yale contemplates new initiatives in online education, graduate students are seeking ways to participate in the University discussion.

Calendar aims for balance

Students, faculty and administrators are contemplating how best to allocate the days that make up a school year.

Yale to offer summer bridge program

In an effort to mitigate the rocky adjustment period some students face when they first come to college, Yale will debut a brand new summer program this year.