Julie Post
Report condemns lack of diversity of Ivy profs

The representation of minority and female faculty in tenure-track positions at Ivy League universities has remained stagnant over the last 10 years, despite efforts by […]

Shapiro seeks YCIAS growth

It has been seven months since political science professor Ian Shapiro took the helm of the Yale Center for International and Area Studies, and his […]

Award to help fund University students

Graduate and professional school students will have more options to fund their summer activities with the announcement of a new award created by the Graduate […]

Operations research soldiers on

When David Paltiel SOM ’85, GRD ’92 arrived at Yale in the fall of 1987 to study operations research, the University’s graduate program in the […]

Yale forgoes battle for Harvard profs

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. Some leading Harvard professors who recently have expressed publicly their willingness to leave […]

TA strikes could hit three Ivies

With rumors swirling through campus that members of the Graduate Employees and Students Organization serving as teaching assistants may strike this semester to pressure Yale […]

Zedillo says allegations are untrue

Former Mexican President Ernesto Zedillo GRD ’81, the director of Yale’s Center for the Study of Globalization, denied on Sunday accusations that surfaced late last […]

Yale finds replacement for Bromley

Scrambling on Friday to find a replacement to fill in for D. Allan Bromley’s “Science, Technology and Public Policy” lecture course after Bromley died Thursday […]

Kramer ’57 outlines concerns about LKI

Larry Kramer ’57 presented his concerns about the future of the Larry Kramer Initiative for Gay and Lesbian Studies in a meeting with top Yale […]

Students welcome new aid effort

For Lauren Davis ’06, studying abroad has always been just out of reach. A Texas native, Davis has never traveled overseas — financial constraints kept […]

Yale to provide aid for summer

The University today will unveil a program that officials said would fund Yale-approved summer study and internships abroad for undergraduate financial aid recipients, the first […]