Fall 2022 course registration process to begin Friday

The University’s new course registration timeline places selection during the midterm season.

Yale experts assess recent developments in ongoing war in Ukraine

As the war in Ukraine continues, Yale professors continue to facilitate dialogue on campus and provide insight into the conflict.

Sara Suleri Goodyear, professor emeritus of English and author of Meatless Days, dies at 68

Best known for a groundbreaking memoir of life in post-colonial Pakistan, the English professor is remembered for her dramatic personality and a tendency to go against the grain.

Faculty frustrated with admin response in Haifan Lin investigation

Several School of Medicine faculty members expressed grievances about the University’s suspension of professor Haifan Lin under a possible China Initiative-related investigation by the Department of Justice. Meanwhile, a member of Lin’s lab reported that the disruption has affected both scientific research and created uncertainty before his students.

Faculty senate discusses academic integrity, tenure, graduate stipends

Professors and students continue to adapt to post-pandemic academic life, which has raised issues surrounding academic integrity

Yale School of Medicine Professor Haifan Lin investigated by Department of Justice

Following a letter of concern signed by nearly 100 Yale faculty, the University said that it is defending the cell biology professor while conducting an internal investigation.

Humanities Quadrangle hours changes prompt undergraduate frustration

The Humanities Quadrangle, although open 24-hours last semester, now closes to undergraduates at 9:15 p.m. and to graduate students at midnight.

Faculty senate renamed to encompass distinct engineering faculty

The body, formerly known as the FAS Senate, will have a new name to reflect its representation of a newly-distinct engineering faculty. The Senate will also seek to add three seats in order to re-balance representation between its four divisions.

Yale law professor represents Ukraine at World Court

Harold Hongju Koh, Sterling Professor of international law at Yale Law School, argued on behalf of Ukraine against Russian invasion alongside a team of lawyers at the International Court of Justice.

Russian oil ban – a possibility for greener energy?

Yale professors comment on the Russian oil ban.

ER&M flexes independence with three new hires

The program, which gained hiring power in 2019 after years of advocacy, will bring on two new junior faculty members in Native studies and one in Latinx studies.