Phoebe Kimmelman
UP CLOSE | SOM strives to feed aspirations, keep values

When the Yale School of Management first opened its doors to students in September 1976, a “new order of the ages” was inscribed — literally. The SOM’s shield, officially displayed for the first time upon the arrival of the students, has the phrase written in Latin across it.

Robert Burt, YLS scholar of medical ethics and constitutional law, dies at 76

Yale Law School Professor Emeritus, Robert Burt LAW '64, a member of the school’s faculty for 39 years, died yesterday in Massachusetts. He was 75 years old.

Despite setbacks, Yale-NUS campus back on track

Despite facing substantial challenges, Yale-NUS’s new campus is nearing its final stages of construction as the school prepares for relocation to begin in the coming weeks.

Yale-NUS to offer gender neutral housing

In its fourth semester of operation, Yale-NUS has become the only institution of higher education in Singapore to offer gender-neutral housing to its students.

Public interest fellows selected in competitive process

Thirty-eight graduating students and recent alumni will jump-start their careers in public service with fellowships awarded by Yale Law School, according to an announcement last week.

First Yale-NUS cohort declares majors

By now, almost every member of Yale-NUS’s inaugural class has declared their major — and among four fields to choose from, the social sciences have been most favored.

Female leadership strong in SOM student body

On April 3, the Yale School of Management student body elected its fourth female student body president in a row — a sign of increasing female involvement and diversity at the business school.

Former YCEI director faces sexual misconduct allegations

On March 21, Rajendra Pachauri, a Nobel Peace Prize winner, international climate change figure and founding director of the Yale Climate and Energy Institute, was granted anticipatory bail after a sexual harassment claim was brought against him this winter.

Medical EMBA program looks to grow

With the first student enrolled in the joint administrative fellowship — launched by the School of Management and Yale-New Haven Hospital in 2013 — preparing to graduate, administrators are now looking to admit a new, expanded group of students to the program.

Yale-NUS to offer new double degree

On Monday, Yale-NUS announced the launch of a new partnership with the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore: a concurrent degree program in public policy for students at the young college.

More students take courses at SOM, University wide

The School of Management is getting more popular, specifically with other Yalies.