“We’re not going to get a second chance at this”: Levinsohn outlines planning priorities for the new Jackson School of Global Affairs

Planning for Yale’s newest professional school is in progress, and the newly-appointed Dean Jim Levinsohn provided updates on faculty hires and logistical priorities for the school’s opening.

SOM tenure denial sparks debate on diversity in academia

On Feb. 15, associate professor at the Yale School of Management Michael Kraus announced on Twitter that he had been denied tenure. His fellow academics […]

Yale Law School goes tuition-free for students with greatest need

Yale Law School has become the first law institution to erase tuition for J.D. students living below the poverty line.

Dr. Dorceta Taylor speaks on Dr. King’s environmental justice activism

In a presentation on Martin Luther King Jr.’s environmental activism, Dr. Dorceta Taylor makes a case for the Yale community doing more for environmental justice

Yale SOM hosts second global stock trading competition

This February, 376 business school students from around the world competed in Yale’s Stock Trading Competition, which hosted its final round on Wednesday.

Organizers prepare for Graduate Conference in Religion and Ecology

Two organizers of the Yale Divinity School’s annual conference, Claire Barnes and Katherine Smith, spoke to the News about this year’s vision.

Legal battle at Yale Law School continues as University files to dismiss case

Lawyers for the University filed a motion to dismiss the case of retaliation brought by two students, marking the most recent development in the ongoing case.

Yale researchers work with UNICEF and Facebook to counter vaccine misinformation

Researchers at the Yale Institute for Global Health partnered with UNICEF and Facebook to counter misinformation in countries with low vaccination rates.

Yale scholars to explore ties between divinity and ecology at conference

The 6th annual event will happen February 25th.

Graduate students navigate cultural center opportunities

Graduate students have found opportunities to interact with the cultural houses on campus, even during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Yale law professors weigh in on Supreme Court reform

The Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court of the United States — to which 17 Yale affiliates were named — released its final report in December. Amidst discussion of nominations and reforms, three Yale law professors reflect on the commission and consider reform.