Stephanie Rogers
Staff Reporter
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NSF renews funds for summer research program

Thanks to a grant from the National Science Foundation, Yale will once again host eight to 10 undergraduates from across this country this summer to conduct independent science research.

Library acquires 2,700 VHS tapes

Yale has become the first institution in the country to actively collect VHS tapes.

Student petition calls for CS faculty increase

As of 11:30 p.m. last night, 289 Yale students and affiliates had signed a petition calling for the University administration to increase the number of faculty in the Computer Science Department.

Admins, students differ in vision for Engineers Week

On Monday, students in the Yale Center for Engineering Innovation and Design displayed rockets, telescopes and rovers to kick off Yale’s third annual Engineers Week.

Post-bac program aims to increase diversity in sciences

After spending almost a year working with Yale faculty in the Combined Program in the Biological and Biomedical Sciences, the first class of the Yale Post-baccalaureate Research Education Program (PREP) has begun to hear back from the graduate schools to which they applied.

SOM, FES to collaborate on Global Network projects

For the first time, the School of Management’s global commitment is expanding to another school within Yale — the School of Forestry & Environmental Studies.

Yale launches minority outreach program in STEM

In an effort to create greater student diversity in the sciences at Yale, the University has looked abroad for inspiration.

CS grad students call for increase in department faculty size

Expressing dismay with the state of their department, 19 Computer Science graduate students released an open letter today urging the administration to dramatically increase the size of the department’s faculty.

CS50 begins hiring process

A little over three weeks ago, Yale computer science professor Brian Scassellati was at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy when the office’s assistant director pulled him aside. He told Scassellati that the office has been closely watching the development of the joint Harvard-Yale CS50.

Hard to Tell: Sexual Violence at Yale

The narrative, meanwhile, has left some stories untold. Those stories are of women attempting to live — not just survive — in this small community after acts of sexual violence.

STEM students upset by lab credits without grades

Every week, Hemali Shah ’16 spends 10 to 15 hours working in a chemistry lab. She receives credit but no grade, thanks to recent changes in Yale grading policy.