Eyes of the dingo provide insight into how dogs became our companions

October 17, 2017

New Yale research suggests that the history of the Australian dingo can help fill out the evolutionary history of the connection between humans and dogs.

Research in Nicaragua inspires career path for recent YSPH graduate

October 16, 2017

A study that Cara Safon conducted as an M.P.H. student led to two published articles and a plan to continue maternal child health research in the future.

Pianist Szymon Nehring wins Polish Music Coryphaeus award

October 13, 2017

Pianist Szymon Nehring ’19 A.D. has been named the Personality of the Year as part of the 2017 Polish Music Coryphaeus Awards.

Dzana: Yale's only Afrobeats dance group nurtures a sense of comaraderie

October 13, 2017

Fostering community among its members is a key goal for Dzana, which showcases dance moves from around the African continent.

Peabody Museum to present annual celebration of Latino cultures

October 11, 2017

The Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History will host “Fiesta Latina,” its 15th annual celebration of Latin American cultures, on Saturday, Oct. 14,

Europe to the rescue as Trump threatens Iran nuclear deal

October 10, 2017

Even as President Trump undermines the nuclear agreement with Iran, Europe’s major powers are stepping in to hold it together.

MacMillan Center awards book prizes to five faculty members

October 10, 2017

The winners receive a research appointment at the MacMillan Center and a $10,000 research award over two years.

Amy Meyers is honored for her leadership and vision

October 10, 2017

Amy Meyers, director of the Yale Center for British Art, has been awarded a 2017 Soane Foundation Honor in recognition of her leadership.

Tsai Center for Innovative Thinking announces first accelerator teams

October 10, 2017

The Tsai Center has initiated the first cohort of teams into its Accelerator Program for testing and developing new startup and nonprofit ideas.

Yale Center Beijing: Discovering the clown

October 9, 2017

Christopher Bayes, professor and head of physical acting at Yale School of Drama, helped students discover their inner clown at a workshop held in August at Ya