WGSS department holds colloquium to showcase graduate student work

The Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program held a colloquium on Monday night in which two graduate students displayed their research regarding women’s studies. Both […]

‘A loss not only to Yale, but also to the world’: Mochen Liao ENV ’26 dies at 24

The death of 24-year-old Mochen Liao ENV ’26, a student at the Yale School of the Environment, was reported to YSE last Friday. Liao was […]

Mochen Liao, on left, with two other friends smiling indoors.
SOM group hopes to bring greater attention to African entrepreneurship

March 16 is set to see the release of the Yale Africa Startup Review’s first-ever #YASR30 list, which will feature 30 innovative startups from across […]

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Working group releases report to address long-standing issues in humanities graduate education

On Feb. 19, Lynn Cooley, dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, released a report containing suggestions for the future direction of humanities […]

Yale Law School professor teams up with students to document immigration changes under Trump

Law students from Yale and Stanford, led by Yale Law School professor Lucas Guttentag, are working to ensure that the Trump administration’s immigration policy changes […]

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Alumni engagement through OCS has increased amid pandemic

Since the COVID-19 pandemic hit last spring, the Office of Career Strategy has seen a boost in alumni engagement, leading to more opportunities for Yale […]

Yale Law School report finds threats to Indigenous people have accelerated during the pandemic

Last month, the Lowenstein International Human Rights Clinic at Yale Law School released a report on COVID-19-related threats to Indigenous people and forest environments.  The […]

Beloved SOM stock trading game goes global

The Yale School of Management hosted its first Yale Stock Trading Game Competition last month, bringing together over 300 students from around the world to […]

Foo, Maniates awarded 2021 Yale-NUS Teaching Award

Environmental studies professor Michael Maniates and literature and writing lecturer Carissa Foo were awarded the Yale-NUS Teaching Award, which recognizes faculty who challenge students, engage […]

SOM, YLS adjust to new hybrid semesters

While undergraduates in Yale College are overwhelmingly only able to take virtual classes, students at the Yale School of Management and Yale Law School have […]

Judge rules against Yale’s motion to dismiss claims it ignored allegations of harassment

A Connecticut judge has ruled against Yale’s motion to dismiss allegations that the University and Yale New Haven Hospital inadequately responded to harassment allegations that […]