Jennifer Gersten
Biology building still in flux

Deliberations for the construction of the Yale Biology Building are in the works — still.

Faculty scrutinize West Campus growth

Science Hill faculty grappling with budget cuts and deficits have turned their magnifying glasses towards a plot of land ten miles away: West Campus.

Biomedical innovation center to launch

The new Center for Biomedical and Interventional Technology (CBIT) aims to bring together students and faculty mentors in engineering, public health, medicine and management to develop ideas for biomedical innovations.

Amazon buys Twitch

In a surprisingly quick and unexpected move, Amazon beat out Google and Youtube to pay $1.1 billion for popular video-streaming platform Twitch, a company founded in 2011 by Yale alums Justin Kan ‘05 and Emmett Shear ‘05.

Teaching and learning center launches

In a Thursday campuswide email, University Provost Benjamin Polak announced the launch of the Yale Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL).

Computer Science courses to feature app-building

Students in this year’s new introductory computer science courses will be getting down to business in more ways than one.

Grey to leave School of Nursing deanship

After a 10-year term, Yale School of Nursing dean Margaret Grey YSN ’96 will step down from the post in August 2015.

Yale receives grant to study cookstoves, climate

With a new $1.5 million grant from the US Environmental Protection Agency, researchers at Yale are hoping to clean up the way we cook.

UP CLOSE | Researchers navigate funding tempest

A national crisis in biomedical research funding has left Yale scientists searching for ways to stay afloat.

Nuclear physics lab undergoing renovation

When it finishes taking down its accelerator, Yale’s Wright Nuclear Structure Laboratory will have sped into a modern research frontier.

STEM at Yale: Three-part Feature

During the past four years, Yale has wooed science-strong high school seniors with colorful brochures, YES-Weekend and recruitment trips. In a three-part series, Rishabh Bhandari and Jennifer Gersten investigate where those efforts are headed.