Matt Kristoffersen
Staff Reporter
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On Fossil Fuel Divestment Day, activists prep for meeting

While students chanted and toted signs demanding climate justice at peer institutions across the country on Fossil Fuel Divestment Day, members of the Yale Endowment […]

FAS names 2020-2021 CESOF committee

Nearly two years after the Committee on the Economic Status of the Faculty sparked concerns surrounding professors’ salaries compared to those of competitors, a new […]

Instructional faculty call for phased retirement

French professor Ruth Koizim has taught at Yale for decades as an instructional faculty member — shouldering many of the same duties as her tenured […]

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FES, G&G to rebrand

Aiming to paint a fuller picture of their scopes, two Yale institutions — the School of Forestry & Environmental Studies and the Department of Geology […]

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FAS Senate to discuss divestment

Months after the divestment protest at Yale-Harvard game drew national attention, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Senate will discuss whether the University has ethical […]

Nights at the Omni, cancelled programs and self-isolation: Yale takes coronavirus precautions

After Justin — a first year at Yale — returned from a family emergency in China a week ago, he saw University Provost Scott Strobel’s […]

FAS Senate to invite faculty to open house

In an effort to encourage more faculty members to campaign for the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Senate, the group will host an open house […]

Yale develops new student info hub

A new student information hub could come to Yale College and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences as early as this summer. According to […]

Faculty take on more administrative duties

Professors teach. But they also hold office hours, write books, examine test tubes, advise students, volunteer, serve on committees and spend hours — often into […]

FAS senators want a greater say in appointments

Faculty of Arts and Sciences senators are now pushing for increased influence over the appointment of divisional deans and faculty committee chairs. The senate often […]

Semester after rollout, professors rarely use Turnitin

Months after Yale College introduced a widespread academic dishonesty detection software called Turnitin, professors interviewed by the News said they are unable to take advantage […]