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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YLS Liman Center members testify on solitary confinement in Pennsylvania

A public interest law center at Yale prepares longitudinal analysis of nationwide restrictive housing laws for expert testimony on a new Pennsylvania bill.

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School of the Environment announces award honoring late student Mochen Liao

Anonymous YSE alumni donates Mochen Liao Award to celebrate innovation in the field of industrial ecology.

An inset photo of Liao with Kroon Hall in the background.
Divinity students advocate for removal of board fee

Citing equity issues, Yale Divinity School students are speaking out against the mandatory $1,250 board fee.

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YLS group releases second climate scorecard, gives 36 of the 100 rated firms ‘F’ score

Law Students for Climate Accountability graded the top 100 law firms in the country and gave 36 of them a failing score in the climate crisis.

YLS program helps New Haven residents become lawyers

Twenty New Haven-area residents just completed the Access to Law School Program and received guided advice and mentorship as they navigate the law school admissions process.

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Yale physics department admits first-ever majority-female Ph.D class

This fall, Yale’s first-ever physics P.h.D class composed of a majority of women will begin their doctoral studies at the University.

Jackson Institute sees significant increase in applicants

As test requirements are abandoned, Jackson Institute sees significant increase in applications.

From Horchow Hall to Sub-Saharan Africa: The Jackson Institute’s global and growing reach

A recent successful event demonstrates the international reach of the Jackson Institute, which is looking only to expand as it transitions to a graduate school.