Yale’s Minja bringing interventional radiology training to Tanzania

July 17, 2018

A native Tanzanian, YSM’s Dr. Frank Minja is working to improve the country’s quality of care through improved medical imaging, training, and teamwork.

SOM Insights: What Germany’s World Cup failure teaches us about management

July 12, 2018

Yale professor David Bach discusses how Germany's early loss during the World Cup highlights a trap that leading organizations can fall into.

Beinecke Library to honor South African leader Nelson Mandela on July 18

July 11, 2018

The library will have on view three items related to Mandela from the Yale University Manuscripts & Archives and its collections.

Māori ancestors repatriated to New Zealand by the Peabody Museum

July 11, 2018

The Māori and Moriori ancestors had been in the Yale Peabody Museum’s care since they were donated to the museum in the 19th century.

Yale School of Architecture and UN Environment unveil Eco Living Module

July 11, 2018

The new eco-housing module is intended to spark public discussion on how sustainable design can provide decent, affordable housing.

Healing children’s (and the nation’s) wounds

July 9, 2018

We must call upon our expertise in the physical and mental health of children and families, and tend to their harm through the care and support of professionals

Law School clinic files lawsuit to reunify asylum-seeking families

July 9, 2018

The lawsuits cite constitutional and statutory grounds in challenging the Trump Administration’s practices that have resulted in the break-up of many families.

Donald Trump ‘will certainly lose’ his trade war with China

June 27, 2018

Trump’s trade war is an exercise in political power that will exacerbate the problem he claims to want to solve, argues the Jackson Institute’s Stephen Roach.

Yale law alums providing legal aid to asylum seekers

June 26, 2018

Founded by four recent YLS graduates, the Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project offers timely, necessary support in an era of increasingly harsh immigration policies.

Yale-CAPES program to prepare Brazil’s next generation of science leaders

June 25, 2018

A newly launched program will bring top Brazilian students to study in Yale's Combined Program in Biological and Biomedical Sciences.