Conserving wildlife can help mitigate climate change

March 28, 2023

Solving the climate crisis and biodiversity crisis are not separate issues — restoring species will help limit global warming, new science reveals.

2023 Kuznets Mini-conference explores ‘Norms, Gender, and Development’

March 21, 2023

Held on March 3, the gathering featured new research by early-career researchers on the determinants of social norms and their economic effects.

Does encouraging relocation increase welfare and productivity?

March 20, 2023

Yale economist Mushfiq Mobarak and his co-authors find that understanding when and why workers choose to migrate is key to determining gains from subsidies.

‘Lessons and Legacies’: Jackson School event reflects on the Iraq War

March 17, 2023

Yale’s Jackson School recently convened experts from the military, media, and academia to examine the war’s enduring global impact.

How one refugee’s journey became more than a news story

March 16, 2023

Journalist Jake Halpern ’97 reflects on a 2017 Yale class reporting trip he led to migrant camps in Greece, where he befriended Zakaria, a Moroccan refugee.

Restructuring medical education in Liberia

March 15, 2023

At the end of the Ebola crisis in 2015, Yale-led research studies of the West African country’s crumbling healthcare system helped reshape its medical training.

SOM student volunteers help Afghan refugees build sustainable business

March 14, 2023

During a recent Food, Agribusiness, and Beverage Club event at Yale School of Management, students offered local Afghan refugees a helping hand.

New algorithms could improve pediatric tuberculosis diagnosis

March 14, 2023

A new, evidence-based scoring system developed by a Yale School of Public Health-led team will help inform diagnoses in under-resourced clinics worldwide.

Council on African Studies launches ‘Through the Eyes of She’ initiative

March 8, 2023

The initiative will foster connections and collaborations to help address the challenges associated with gender equality and equity on the African continent.

Bringing an early-modern African queen into the limelight

March 6, 2023

Yale art historian Cécile Fromont was an on-screen scholar, offering key insights, in “African Queens: Njinga,” Netflix’s docudrama about a 17th-century ruler.