Yale Law School welcomes first cohort of Launchpad Scholars

With the goal of diversifying the legal field, the Launchpad Scholars Program accepted 25 students to support in the process of applying to law school.

School of Management launches technology management master’s program

The new program is a collaboration between the School of Management and the School of Engineering & Applied Science.

Former Colombian president faces student outcry at Jackson event

Undergraduate and graduate students questioned the University’s decision to invite Iván Duque, who served as the president of Colombia from 2018 to 2022, as a speaker at the Jackson School.

Hixon Conference talks urban forestry

The Yale School of the Environment’s 10th annual Hixon Urban Conference explored the centrality of urban forests in mitigating climate change and offering remedies for global warming.

Yale researchers investigate methane emissions by rivers, streams

A recent Nature paper shed light on one of a few lesser-known secrets held by our rivers and streams.

YLS program director resigns after acknowledging broached romantic relationship with student at Williams

Last week, Don Carlson, the former Executive Director of the Tsai Leadership Program at Yale Law School, resigned from his role after suspending his campaign for Rhode Island's first congressional district in late August.

Yale Law Dems hosts conversation with mayoral candidates

In a conversation hosted by the Yale Law School Democrats, mayoral candidates Justin Elicker and Liam Brennan sat down to discuss the impact of Yale’s continued acquisition of hospitals around New Haven.

“Environmental Justice” symposium takes on climate change, inequality

Attendees and presenters at the Yale Environmental Humanities program’s first symposium of the year looked at how the humanities are investigating climate change.

‘A remarkable place’: inside the life of a YLS 1L

As Yale’s newest J.D. candidates begin law school, the News provides a glimpse into the social, academic and extracurricular lives of incoming 1L students.

Divinity School renovations prepare to break new ground

Construction at the Yale Divinity School is gearing up to go green. Renovation of the Sterling Divinity Quadrangle entrance has been underway since July 14, […]

Yale creates new doctoral training program in quantum materials

A National Science Foundation award has enabled the School of Engineering & Applied Science to work toward the new interdisciplinary program.