PROFILE: From Taiwan to Yale, Sandy Chang shoots for the STARS

Associate dean for science & quantitative reasoning Sandy Chang prioritizes democratizing science through mentorship and improving research accessibility.

Actress Dominique Jackson and writer Esmé Weijun Wang to speak at Yale Women’s Mental Health Conference

Dominique Jackson, known for her leading role in the television series “Pose,” and Esmé Weijun Wang, author of “The Border of Paradise,” will address the Yale community as part of the Women’s Mental Health Conference.

Yale hosts sustainability symposium featuring academic, policy and industry leaders

Last Tuesday, Yale hosted their second annual Increasing Human Potential Symposium featuring leaders in sustainability.

School of Medicine researchers and parent advocates collaborate for Angelman Syndrome patients

On March 31, members from the School of Medicine and the Foundation for Angelman Syndrome Therapeutics convened to reflect on progress being made towards combating the neurodegenerative disease.

YSPH Revamps Climate Change and Health Certificate

The Yale Center on Climate Change and Health’s online certificate program has been newly redesigned with an updated look at international health and social equity.

Yale professor wins Academy Award for technical achievement

Theodore Kim, along with collaborators from Pixar, designed an elastic simulation system for more efficient and realistic animations.

Yale CBIT’s healthcare hackathon returns in person

About 250 participants registered for the Yale Center for Biomedical Innovation and Technology hackathon, drawing a diverse group to create innovative solutions in healthcare.

YSPH professors present on Russian war crimes at United Nations

On the day before the anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Nathaniel Raymond and Kaveh Khoshnood brought their findings on Russian war crimes to the United Nations.

YUAG exhibition aims to encourage new worldviews on old artifacts

Showcasing scientific objects from post-Renaissance Europe, the latest YUAG exhibition interrogates the colonial histories behind the artifacts’ decorative facades.

“She is the best of us:” Ijeoma Opara and the power of health advocacy

From witnessing injustices faced by her parents to working as a therapist, the YSPH assistant professor’s life experiences inspired her mission to reduce health disparities faced by Black communities.

Catching up with Charalampos Papamanthou, recipient of the JP Morgan Chase faculty research award

Papamanthou, who works in the Yale Applied Cryptography Laboratory, strives to build more secure systems for cryptocurrencies and blockchains.