Campus & Community

Giving back: Yalies in service to communities around the world

December 7, 2017

Morning at the Sunrise Café * AP physics in Mississippi * Hand surgery in Nicaragua • Global social entrepreneurship • Students for Salaam * Giving blood

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Yale VP Bruce Alexander appointed to commission to advise Governor Malloy

December 15, 2017

The new Commission on Fiscal Stability and Economic Growth will offer the governor and General Assembly recommendations on issues such as taxes and spending.

Firoz Academy aims to bring education and jobs to troubled regions

December 15, 2017

The Yalie-founded startup provides instruction in English, math and technology, as well as leadership skills, to high school students in Kabul, Afghanistan.

842 Early Action applicants admitted to Class of 2022

December 14, 2017

The 842 students come from a pool of 5,733 total Early Action applicants, representing a just under 15% acceptance rate. They will have until May 1 to accept.

The Week Ender: Happenings in December

December 13, 2017

December is a good time to explore the many artistic and cultural treasures at Yale.

YCCI Cultural Ambassadors program seeks diversity in clinical trials

December 13, 2017

Thanks to the program, a partnership with local community organizations, minority participation in many trials is now more than twice the national average.

‘Million-Dollar Professor’ to build community of warrior-scholar scientists

December 13, 2017

Named a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Professor, Yale's Marla Geha will receive $1 million to help expand science education for veterans.

Yale Bulldogs get into the holiday spirit by donating toys

December 13, 2017

Thanks to the effort of 26 Yale Athletics teams, a school bus full of wrapped gifts was delivered Tuesday to the Augustus Lewis Troup School on Edgewood Avenue.

Yale students win hackathon challenge to counter fake news

December 12, 2017

Ph.D. candidates Stefan Uddenberg and Michael Lopez-Brau won “Best Hack to Counter Fake News” at YHack with a Google Chrome extension called “Open Mind.”

F&ES names first assistant dean of community and inclusion

December 12, 2017

Educator Thomas Easley will work with the entire F&ES community — faculty, staff, and students — on a range of diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives.