Yale doctoral students tie in first 3-Minute Thesis Competition

Kimmy Cushman GRD ’23 and Diondra Dilworth GRD ’24 were the first prize recipients in the Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences’ 3-Minute Thesis Competition.

Yale student receives prestigious astronomy fellowship

Recent astronomy Ph.D. graduate Malena Rice wins 51 Pegasi b Fellowship for postgraduate research.

Yale assistant professor Dylan Gee receives Early-Career in Affective Science Award

Yale assistant professor of psychology and psychiatry Dylan Gee was the recipient of a SAS 2022 Early-Career in Affective Science Award for her work studying the link between childhood adversity and mental health outcomes.

“Healing the whole family” through AAPI child-parent theater

CHATogether seeks to address AAPI trauma by cultivating a space for Asian American families to learn, listen and reflect together.

YSPH student raised $125,000 to help Black students in Ukraine

Black students are reportedly facing racial discrimination in addition to this humanitarian crisis.

Former CDC directors explore public health distrust at Yale talk

The Yale Institute for Global Health hosted a public panel with three former CDC directors to discuss CDC reform and the credibility of public health officials.

Yale Department of Science and Quantitative Reasoning hosts first Entrepreneurship in STEM panel

Three leading physicians and scientist entrepreneurs led the Department of Science and Quantitative Reasoning’s first-ever “Entrepreneurship in STEM” panel, providing key advice for undergraduate students.

Akiko Iwasaki named Sterling Professor

On Feb. 25, Akiko Iwasaki was appointed as the Sterling Professor of Immunobiology and of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology. This level of professorship is the highest honor one can receive at Yale.

School of the Environment affiliates offer insight into divestment complaint

Yale School of the Environment students and faculty offer their thoughts on the recent divestment complaint filed by the Environmental Justice Coalition.

School of Public Health becomes independent; University to allocate $250 million to schools of Medicine, Nursing and Public Health

Yale’s schools of Medicine, Nursing and Public Health will receive $250 million in endowment funds, University officials announced Thursday.

Yale School of Medicine launches program to recruit recent PhD’s from minority groups

YSM’s Science Fellows Program, launching later this year, will assemble a cohort of postgraduate researchers with the aim of increasing diversity and inclusion.