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Donatich to retire as director of Yale University Press

February 23, 2024

John Donatich, the longtime director of Yale University Press, has announced that he will retire on June 30, 2025.

Graeme Berlyn, professor of forest management and physiology of trees

February 22, 2024

Berlyn, a world-renowned expert on the anatomy and physiology of plants and trees who taught at YSE for more than 60 years, died Feb. 16. He was 90.

Yale announces new test-flexible admissions policy

February 22, 2024

This week Yale’s office of undergraduate admissions announced a new policy on standardized testing for first-year and transfer applicants.

Yale senior receives prestigious Churchill Scholarship

February 21, 2024

Yale College senior Jack Miller is one of 16 students nationwide to be awarded a Churchill Scholarship for the 2024-25 academic year.

For women in prison, degree program creates new life pathways

February 21, 2024

A Yale and University of New Haven collaboration offers the only four-year college degree program at any federal prison for women in the United States.

Sterling Library’s L&B Room will reopen to students April 15

February 21, 2024

An iconic Sterling Memorial Library space, the Linonia and Brothers Reading Room has been closed since the beginning of the pandemic.

Conductor Sam Hollister, on programming ‘magic’

February 19, 2024

Hollister ’18, ’28 D.M.A. shares how a “magical” marimba concerto sparked his inspiration when choosing repertoire for this Friday’s Yale Philharmonia concert.

Yale Ventures student associates support Yale innovation’s expanding impact

February 19, 2024

The program offers students the opportunity to support start-ups in a variety of stages, facilitating and bolstering their career goals long after graduation.

Cross-disciplinary housing course wins design education award

February 19, 2024

A Yale course on affordable housing that is about to yield eight new homes in New Haven is being held up as an example of design education.

Addressing Yale’s history of slavery — and building a stronger community

February 19, 2024

In a Feb. 16 event, Yale and New Haven leaders discussed findings of the Yale and Slavery Research Project — and the path to building a stronger community.