Martha Fulford
Whobrey to leave Yale for Liberia

Assistant Dean William Whobrey, director of Yale Summer Programs, will leave Yale Wednesday for Monrovia, Liberia, where he will serve as the senior U.S. military […]

Koh favored as next law dean

With a search committee expected to recommend a new Law School dean by the end of the semester, international law professor Harold Koh has emerged […]

Economics rebuilds with five new profs

After a series of departures and retirements in the last decade, the economics department is rebuilding with three new senior professors and two junior hires […]

GESO claims harassment at hearing

GESO members detailed claims of harassment and intimidation at an Academic Labor Board hearing this weekend, while University officials, calling it a “show trial,” refused […]

Appadurai departs YCIAS

After just three semesters at Yale, Arjun Appadurai — a Yale Center for International and Area Studies interdisciplinary professor — will leave his post in […]

Going is slow for some acad. review proposals

Five months after recommending improvements in undergraduate education, ranging from an increase in the size of the faculty to changes in Yale’s distributional requirements, the […]

Biochem prof Macnab dies in fall down stairs

Molecular biophysics and biochemistry professor Robert Macnab, known for his Scottish accent and efforts to make biochemistry accessible to undergraduates, died Sunday after falling down […]

Online course evaluation access goes live

Discriminating Yale students have a new course-shopping tool at their fingertips. Students can now view evaluations of last fall’s courses when they log into Yale’s […]

Facing picket lines, some profs venture off campus

Political Science professor Douglas Rae had just finished explaining the role of labor in New Haven’s history to a packed SSS 114 Thursday morning when […]

History Dept. tests online registration

A new History Department policy requiring students to register online for discussion sections is drawing the ire of some students, who say it will complicate […]

Bomb damages rooms at Law School

A bomb exploded on the first floor of the Sterling Law Buildings Wednesday afternoon, injuring no one but causing significant structural damage to two law […]