December 5, 2018
As an undergrad, Joey Brink ’11 was not only a star carillonneur on campus, his senior project focused on modernizing the centuries-old art of bell-ringing.
This year’s recipients of the annual Poorvu Family Fund for Academic Innovation are Laura Barraclough, Dylan Gee, and Madhu Venkadesan.
December 4, 2018
The “Fermentation Intensive” put on by Tsai CITY and the Yale Landscape Lab this fall offered hands-on insights into the science — and art — of fermented foods.
Dechen Wangmo ’07 M.P.H. has been appointed Minister of Health by newly elected Prime Minister Lotay Tshering, the lone woman among 10 new cabinet members.
The announcement follows President Peter Salovey’s response last week to recommendations from the University Science Strategy Committee.
Core courses in English now include four seminars designed “to offer the best and the most balanced introduction to the traditions of writing in English.”
December 3, 2018
Science journalist Lisa Margonelli will come to Yale on Thursday, Dec. 6 to talk about her new book, “Underbug: An Obsessive Tale of Termites and Technology.”
In a Dec. 1 Kerry Conversation, John Kerry and former Senator George Mitchell addressed topics including Brexit, Irish peace, and political polarization.
From his undergraduate days through his visits to campus as a retired U.S. president, YaleNews highlights photos of George H.W. Bush ’48 at Yale.
Senior Clara Ma ’19 and alumna Seyoung Lee ’16 are among the individuals named Schwarzman Scholars, one of the world’s most prestigious graduate fellowships.