Yale Divinity School goes dark to save migrating birds

Following student advocacy, the Yale Divinity School will now pledge to dim or turn off all nonessential lights during fall and spring bird migrations, as […]

Three Yale alumni recognized as 2021 MacArthur Fellows

Reginald Dwayne Betts LAW ’16 GRD ’21 told the News that he laughed in surprise when an anonymous caller notified him of an award that […]

Lynn Good wins SOM leadership award while facing negligence lawsuit for time at Boeing

Yale’s latest Legend in Leadership Award winner, CEO of Duke Energy and member of Boeing’s board of directors Lynn Good, has been named in a […]

New SOM research explains rationale and consequences of local journalism’s decline

A new Yale School of Management research initiative has shown that local newspapers’ decline in America is creating uninformed communities that do not engage with […]

SOM associate dean named co-chair of Connecticut development organization

AdvanceCT, a nonprofit organization that focuses on economic development within the state of Connecticut, announced two weeks ago that Senior Associate Dean for Leadership Studies […]

Yale Law’s Wikimedia Initiative hosts discussion on Facebook Oversight Board

On Tuesday afternoon, the day a whistleblower testified before Congress on Facebook’s practices, a Yale Law School group hosted a talk on the Facebook Oversight […]

SOM’s asset management program begins its first year

The School of Management welcomed to campus its inaugural class of students pursuing master’s degrees in asset management.  The new program’s inaugural class contains 56 […]

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Jackson Institute of Global Affairs incorporates two new programs

On October 1, the University’s International Security Studies, or ISS, program and the newly established International Leadership Center, or ILC, will join the Jackson Institute […]

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Two Yale graduate students awarded Switzer Fellowship

The Switzer Fellowship, which recognizes individuals from New England and California for their work and leadership in the field of environmental improvement, was awarded to […]

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Yale Law School cancels in-person reunion, no virtual replacement announced

Keeping with the University’s pattern of large event cancelations, Law School alumni whose class years end in 0s, 1s, 5s and 6s will have to wait to reunite together in New Haven.

School of Nursing receives largest-ever donation

Linda Rodman ’73 GRD ’75 gifted $6 million to the School of Nursing, establishing a new faculty position in gerontology.

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