Yale’s first Indigenous student body president introduces new programming and goals at the Divinity School

The first Indigenous Student Government President at the Yale Divinity School, Tamara Fore-Ravelo bases her platform around diversity and a fluid definition of divinity.

Yale continues search for new School of Public Health dean

Melinda Pettigrew was appointed interim dean of the Yale School of Public Health as University President Peter Salovey continues to search for a new dean.

Law School-based Prison Letters Project seeks to amplify voices from prison

A team of Yale Law School affiliates headed by professor Emily Bazelon has compiled an online database of prison correspondence that so far includes around 100 letters.

Law School clinic represents former Bard professor in high-stakes civil rights lawsuit

The Yale Law School’s Strategic Advocacy Clinic filed a harrasment complaint last week against Bard College, on behalf of the school’s recently-fired gay Black female professor.

PROFILE: “It’s been an evolution, not a revolution,” Inaugural Jackson Dean Jim Levinsohn talks newly-opened Jackson School

As the Jackson School of Global Affairs officially opened its doors this fall, the News spoke to the school’s inaugural dean Jim Levinsohn to learn more about his vision for the school and where his journey at Jackson has taken him.

YLS students and professors discuss and hold events on reproductive rights

Following the Dobbs v. Jackson decision, members of the Law School community take part in new dialogues and events on the future of women’s reproductive rights.

Jackson School of Global Affairs announces three new senior fellows for 2022-2023

The new senior fellows include a former foreign service officer and African finance and consulting leaders.

Divinity School wins grant to involve young adults in religion

The Divinity School will use a $1.5 million grant to open “The Young Adult Ministry Innovation Hub at YDS.”

Jackson School of Global Affairs launches, recruits faculty

The Jackson School of Global Affairs brings its tenure-track faculty to 15 members with its new faculty appointments.

Yale’s graduate students begin union card-collection campaign

Graduate students began the process of forming a union through asking grad students to sign cards signifying their intent to unionize.

Yale Law, Public Health professors weigh in on new gun control measures

As debates about gun control rage in the wake of multiple mass shootings, professors from the Yale Law School and School of Public Health share their opinions.