Yale physics professor named Deputy Director and Chief Research Officer of Fermilab

Professor Bonnie Fleming of the Yale physics department leaving university to become chief research officer and deputy director at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.

Fernandez de la Mora receives Fuchs Memorial Award for aerosol research

Electrospray — a burgeoning area of study in aerosol sciences — could be used for aerospace propulsion, ionizing particles for further research and a wide […]

Students discuss initiatives to improve accessibility of research at Yale

Students and professors reflect on the ability to get involved in research as an undergraduate at Yale College, and the resources available for students to do so.

Surgeon General Murthy visits Yale to talk youth mental health

U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy SOM, MED ’03 spoke to three Yale graduate schools and an undergraduate health economics class to address current public health issues, with a special emphasis on the youth mental health crisis.

STARS Program at Yale receives donation for expansion

Associate Dean of Science Education Sandy Chang and Yale College’s Development Office secured funding to expand the STARS program for FGLI students researching STEM.

New orientation program, BUILD, debuts at Camp Yale

BUILD, a pilot orientation program in collaboration between the Yale Center for Engineering Innovation and Design and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, launched this fall as part of Camp Yale, Yale College’s newly reimagined orientation program.

Yale’s Horse Island through an artist’s lens

Suzanna Zak ART ’19 escaped to Yale’s remote Horse Island for a week of creating art, alone and immersed among nature.

Yale researchers use satellite images to locate detention camps in Russian-occupied Ukraine

The Yale School of Public Health’s Humanitarian Research Lab’s collaboration with the U.S. State Department is set to be discussed at the UN Security Council next Tuesday.

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.