October 19, 2018
Yale’s presence in the Middle East — and its own presence at Yale — is opening new avenues of scholarship and public outreach at home and around the globe.
When interviewing women, gatekeepers in charge of hiring are heavily influenced in their decisions by the biases of the employees the woman would work with.
October 8, 2018
William Nordhaus — the newly minted winner of a Nobel Prize in economics — hasn’t let the award go to his head. But it’s not for lack of his students’ trying.
The life of Allan R. Wagner, a Yale psychologist who studied the mechanisms of learning and memory, will be celebrated on Saturday, Oct. 27 at Battell Chapel.
The world’s leading economist on climate change, Nordhaus has received the honor for “integrating climate change into long-run macroeconomic analysis.”
October 3, 2018
A new study, using mathematical modeling on a range data, suggests that the U.S. undocumented immigrant population may be more than 22 million.
September 28, 2018
Maria Konnikova, journalist and best-selling author, will speak in the Davenport Common Room on Tuesday, Oct. 2 as a Poynter Fellow in Journalism.
September 25, 2018
President Peter Salovey sent the following message to the Yale community on Sept. 25.
September 18, 2018
Karen C. Seto and Meredith Reba (Yale University Press)
September 17, 2018
“The human mind is built for maintaining social relationships, even when partners sometimes behave badly,” says Yale researcher Molly Crockett.