Jane Darby Menton
David Brooks to teach ‘Humility’

New York Times columnist David Brooks will teach a course entitled “Humility” this spring. The course will examine “the premise that human beings are blessed […]

Students look to ‘save’ Educational Studies program

“Save the Ed,” a group of students concerned about the future of Yale’s Educational Studies program, is working to generate dialogue on campus about the […]

Miller weighs in on 2012 Mayan apocalypse

Using the imminent Dec. 21, 2012 apocalypse as an excuse to put off studying for your econ final? Well you might want to think again, […]

Faculty consider online education

Nearly every seat in Connecticut Hall was filled at Thursday’s Yale College faculty meeting in which professors discussed expanding Yale’s online presence.

Provost announces teaching initiative

Provost Peter Salovey is working to encourage high-quality teaching among professors at Yale.

Committee proposes online courses

A Yale committee on online education recommended the University offer online for-credit courses to undergraduates and the public.

Education studies appoints new teacher

Yale College Dean Mary Miller has appointed Elizabeth Carroll to teach the program’s core course offerings next semester.

Committee recommends online courses

A Yale College committee recommended that the University begin offering online courses for students and the general public.

Teaching center launched

In an effort to promote excellence in teaching at the University, Yale is expanding its teaching program currently available for graduate students to include faculty members as well.

Miller discourages take-home finals

With finals around the corner, Yale College Dean Mary Miller has recommended faculty not to assign students take-home exams.

Miller to award eight junior faculty members

Tonight, Yale College Dean Mary Miller will recognize the eight recipients of the Greer, Heyman and Poorvu prizes, which are awarded annually to recognize the […]