SOM masters program expands admissions criteria

The Master of Advanced Management program at the Yale School of Management announced last week that it will open the program to students outside the […]

YLS clinic wins preliminary approval for settlement with the Navy

A federal district judge approved a preliminary settlement in the Yale Law School Veterans’ Legal Services Clinic’s case Manker v. Del Toro which seeks to secure discharge reviews for Navy veterans.

Yale Law School panel discusses future of abortion rights

Legal experts weigh in on upcoming Supreme Court case Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization.

Divinity School presents awards for eight alumni

The Yale Divinity School held its yearly alumni awards event last Thursday via Zoom, honoring graduates who, according to Divinity School Dean Gregory Sterling, are […]

Email from Yale Law student sparks national discussion on racism and free speech

The Yale Law School has been thrust into the national spotlight after a student sent what some saw as a racially charged email to a […]

Law School alumnus Damian Williams becomes first Black U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of NY

Damian Williams LAW ’07 was sworn in as the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, becoming the first Black man to hold […]

SOM administrator questions Bloomberg’s MBA program rankings

After Bloomberg Businessweek ranked the Yale School of Management as the 12th-best MBA program in the country, one senior administrator at SOM is calling the […]

Yale Divinity School sees strong donor engagement in 2020-21

The Yale Divinity School received an almost 31 percent increase in donor gifts in the previous fiscal year, a sign of support amid the COVID-19 […]

ISS research explores shifting power trends among U.S. and China

The International Security Studies, or ISS, research cohort at Yale, which was incorporated into the Jackson Institute for Global International Affairs earlier this month, has […]

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Two Yale graduate students win American Association of University Women fellowships

Last Tuesday, the American Association of University Women awarded Neha Singh SOM ’22 and Yacoba Zwennes NUR ’23, with fellowships for their work contributing to […]

Law School students tie police theory to policy at Yale’s Police, Law and Policy Clinic

In its first year of in-person work, the Police, Law, and Policy Clinic at Yale Law School is allowing students to translate empirical evidence on […]