Social Sciences


Two alums strive to change the narrative about faith and choice

August 5, 2022

Religious pro-choice organization leaders Rev. Katey Zeh ’08 M.Div. and Jamie Manson ’02 M.Div. see their work as grounded in the church’s ethical teachings.

Khandelwal named Dong-Soo Hahn Professor of Global Affairs and Economics

August 4, 2022

Amit Khandelwal’s research focuses on the link between international trade and economic development. He joins the Yale faculty from Columbia University.

Caliendo named Won Park Hahn Professor of Global Affairs and Management

August 4, 2022

Lorenzo Caliendo’s research focuses on understanding and quantifying the economic effects of international trade and migration.

Yale Nursing celebrates faculty and alumni reaching FAAN career milestone

August 3, 2022

The Yale School of Nursing celebrated the selection of three faculty and multiple alumni for fellowship in the American Academy of Nursing.

Summertime… and the learning continues

August 3, 2022

From human osteology to baking with barley, Yale Summer Session provides rigorous undergraduate courses and programs to students from Yale and around the world.

To be happier at work, think flexibly about your job — and yourself

August 1, 2022

Well-being can be enhanced by pairing a shift in your job mindset with changes in how you think about your own strengths and weaknesses, new research finds.

Using technology to close information gaps and improve governance

August 1, 2022

Yusuf Neggers discusses his work to benefit Indian communities by implementing technology-driven solutions that expand and streamline information access.

Closing dignity and belonging gaps in workplaces and schools

July 29, 2022

Jason Craige Harris ’12 M.A.R. and Mercy Herrera ’13 M.A.R. are working to improve mental health and social and emotional learning for students and adults.

PODCAST: The social entrepreneur’s guide to making change

July 26, 2022

Yale SOM’s Teresa Chahine joins the show to discuss how social entrepreneurs can help create self-sustaining solutions to public health and other problems.

How superintendents can restore public trust in schools

July 25, 2022

Amid the pandemic and school board politicization, trust in education has taken a hit. Caitlin Sullivan ’13 M.B.A. is helping superintendents to rebuild it.