Salovey said in an email to the Yale College community Friday evening that the meeting left him deeply troubled, adding that he would announce at least some policy response by Thanksgiving.
November 6, 2015
As part of a mounting effort to reach as many applicants as possible, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions is placing increased emphasis on the alumni interview component of the admissions process.
November 5, 2015
The Office of Career Strategy is expanding this semester through two new initiatives: graduate-school advising workshops and Yale-coordinated summer internship ambassadors.
Yale has committed over $50 million to diversify its faculty over the next five years.
November 4, 2015
What makes Yale’s residential colleges more than college dormitories?
In February 2014, David Katz MPH ’93, the director of the Yale School of Medicine’s Prevention Research Center, wrote two glowing online reviews of a science-fiction novel called reVision.
The Asian American Cultural Center has received a donation of over 2,000 books dedicated to Asian American Studies — the largest single collection of materials related to the field on campus.
Students’ areas of study — ranging from the humanities to the social sciences to STEM — are related to their future earnings and satisfaction with Yale.
With new, conflicting details emerging around allegations that members of Yale’s chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon racially discriminated against partygoers at an event at the fraternity’s house Friday night, University administrators are working to determine the authenticity of the claims.
November 3, 2015
Revenue from the Yale School of Medicine is rising, even as federal funding for health care and research remains under pressure at Yale and universities across the country.
Though conversations about sex and sexuality are gaining momentum at Yale-NUS, the college has yet to establish administrative bodies or formal resources dedicated exclusively to promoting sexual health and combating sexual misconduct on campus.