As Claudine Gay takes on Harvard’s presidency, the News looked into the work of the Yale and Harvard presidents — and the moments that bring them together.
January 27, 2023
With a lack of diversity at the cabinet level, University President Peter Salovey expects to appoint six major leadership roles at Yale by the end of Spring semester.
January 26, 2023
This year will see an expansion into health research, continued rollout of the Belonging at Yale initiative and fundraising for the capital campaign.
As President Salovey gears up to strengthen ties between Yale and HBCUs — including the recently announced Pennington Fellowship — the News looked at the historic partnership between Tougaloo College and Brown University, and what Black student leaders at Yale are searching for.
January 24, 2023
Officials at the University and New Haven Promise described how the creation of a new scholarship program that supports HBCU-bound high school seniors came to be, and what’s next.
December 12, 2022
Manning gave the first speech at a debate hosted by the Yale Political Union on regulating consumer surveillance.
December 7, 2022
A changing job market means that remote work options for staff will continue to stay in place, despite administrative concerns about “bringing people together.”
Senior administrators noted high turnover for staff during pandemic years, but they predict an imminent return to normalcy.
This fall, Salovey’s travels returned to full speed as he participated in fundraising efforts, met with other leaders of other universities and lobbied across the nation, from Washington D.C. to California.
Due to a widespread Yale housing shortage, international visiting students are living off campus this semester — including at Albertus Magnus College and the Omni Hotel.
December 6, 2022
Although Yale has long affirmed its commitment to hiring New Haveners, the number of residents who have been hired for current construction projects remains unclear.
December 5, 2022