August 14, 2018
Our own cognitive systems, which tend to make male our default gender, may reinforce social assumptions of maleness, according to a trio of Yale researchers.
August 6, 2018
Four faculty members — Ardis Butterfield, Grace Kao, Robert Stepto, and Harrison Zhou — have been appointed to endowed professorships.
Kao is a quantitative sociologist who studies race, ethnicity, and immigration as they collectively relate to education and relationships among young people.
In a new study, economist Aleh Tsyvinski and co-author Yukun Liu provide the first-ever comprehensive economic analysis of cryptocurrency and blockchain.
July 30, 2018
Aaron Dorfman of the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy argues that foundations need to re-think their strategies and tactics.
July 24, 2018
On July 4, Yale political scientist Hélène Landemore delivered a keynote address to the French National Assembly urging a more inclusive form of democracy.
Five questions Democrats should ask the Supreme Court nominee as threats to Obamacare bubble up from lower courts.
A team of archaeologists — led by Yale Egyptologist John Darnell — has uncovered a “lost oasis” of archaeological activity in the Egyptian desert of Elkab.
July 23, 2018
Dr. Nicholas Christakis, Anna Marie Pyle, Daniel Spielman, and Ruth Bernard Yeazell were appointed as Sterling Professors.
From early in life, children both hold and enforce an expectation that individuals are obligated to contribute to the common good.