School of Public Health Dean’s Speaker Series welcomes City of New York’s Commissioner of Health

New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Commissioner Ashwin Vasan sat opposite Dean Megan Ranney for a fireside chat.

AI and the classroom

The News spoke with members of the University’s English and Computer Science departments, along with faculty associated with Poorvu and the Executive Committee, to recap the University’s evolving response to the rise of artificial intelligence.

Yale doctor on the Senate stage: Kasia Lipska’s fight for accessible diabetes solutions

Dr. Kasia Lipska unveils the financial strains patients face in her fight for accessible diabetes and obesity treatments, urging a prescription for change.

School of Medicine launches new online medical software and AI certificate program

Faculty hope that Yale Online's new online program will help professionals navigate an evolving landscape of technology in the medical field

Advocates, opponents discuss medical aid-in-dying legislation in Connecticut

Over 260 people attended the forum, hosted by the Yale Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics, where panelists outlined medical aid-in-dying statistics, benefits and opposition.

Google VP talks cybersecurity at Tsai CITY event

At an event Thursday, Google vice president of privacy, safety and security engineering Royal Hansen ’97 spoke about artificial intelligence and cybersecurity.

Yale to add peers onto its behavioral crisis response teams

Peers who have previously experienced mental health crises will aid patients with psychiatric and emotional crises.

School of Nursing receives $11.1 million anonymous donation

The gift to the Yale School of Nursing will go toward funding full-tuition scholarships for students selected for the Community Scholars Program.

School of Medicine honors Yan Fuqing, celebrates continued bilateral relations with Chinese medical institutions

Yan, the first Asian person to receive a medical degree from Yale, went on to pioneer public health initiatives in China and leave a legacy of cultural and intellectual exchange between Yale and peer Chinese institutions.

Yale professor wins Packard Fellowship

Mengxia Liu, an assistant professor of electrical engineering, recently won the Packard Fellowship for her research on exploring foundational questions in energy carrier dynamics.

Salovey to return to research, updating emotional intelligence test

Salovey and psychologists John Mayer and David Caruso are looking to make their emotional intelligence test shorter and more interactive than previous iterations.