Professor Beverly Gage awarded Pulitzer Prize for “G-Man”

Beverly Gage, professor of history and American Studies, received the 2023 Pulitzer Prize in biography last month. Her winning book, “G-Man: J. Edgar Hoover and […]

Lupe Fiasco named Saybrook Associate Fellow

The Grammy-winning rapper, singer, record producer and entrepreneur will become a member of Saybrook’s Fellowship program.

Yale Prison Education Initiative to extend curriculum to a second prison and hold first graduation ceremony

With a $1.5 million grant from the Mellon Foundation, YPEI now has the capacity to offer a wider range of courses, establish a fellows program and partner with the University of New Haven.

PROFILE: Dinny Risri Aletheiani makes Indonesian personal

For Aletheiani, a curriculum studies scholar with Javanese roots, Indonesian is more than about language skills — it’s about people.

Film students express frustration over decrease in CPA funding

The maximum amount students can be awarded has been decreased to $500 for most projects that are not student theses.

Students advocate for official disability studies program

Across the University, students and staff are pushing for the creation of an official department and research center dedicated to the discipline of disability studies.

Divinity School’s Center for Public Theology and Public Policy opens its doors

The new center will be led by founding director Reverend William J. Barber II, focusing on advocacy and research.

Yale Young Global Scholars will return to in-person programming this summer

After the COVID-19 pandemic pushed the program online, YYGS will once again take place on campus.

Satoda Scholars program advances student research on Japanese American internment

The Asian American Cultural Center Satoda Scholars Program funds students’ original research related to the mass forced removal and incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II and Incarceration Studies.

Yale to offer first Indigenous language course in fall 2023

With the advent of a new Cherokee lecture course, Yale will introduce the first Native American language class which can satisfy the college’s language requirement.

German Department to hold Easter egg hunt

The easter eggs will contain slips of paper with fun facts about the German language as part of an initiative to tackle declining enrollment in beginner German courses.