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YSPH Dean Megan Ranney lays out the ‘four pillars’ of public health

October 9, 2023
Inclusivity, innovation and entrepreneurship, communication, and data-driven leadership will define the future of the public health field, says Ranney.

Lector of Cherokee is Yale’s first faculty member in an Indigenous language

October 6, 2023
Patrick Del Percio, who joined the Faculty of Arts and Sciences this fall, is Yale’s first full-time member in an Indigenous Language.

So, what exactly is a ‘living building’?

October 5, 2023
On Oct. 11, an ambitious “living building” project will break ground on the Yale campus. Mae-Ling Lokko explains what makes a structure a “living” building.

In residential colleges, preserving a tradition Gutenberg would recognize

September 29, 2023
A group of Yale community members who are helping to keep traditional printing alive share a glimpse into the process and explain why it remains vital.

Teasing apart the meaning of Shakespeare’s First Folio

September 27, 2023
A new exhibit at Sterling Memorial Library explores the changing perceptions — in prestige and value — of the first printed collection of Shakespeare’s plays.

New FAS faculty reflects commitment to excellence and diversity

September 22, 2023
Yale’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences welcomes 61 new members whose scholarship spans academic disciplines.

Meteor shower: More than 1,800 meteorites land at Yale’s Peabody Museum

September 11, 2023
A recent acquisition places the Yale Peabody Museum’s meteorite collection among the world’s largest and most scientifically significant.

Where is the love? Musical recognition crosses cultures — with an exception

September 7, 2023
In a new study, Yale researchers found that some musical themes are universally recognizable by people everywhere. Love songs, however, were harder to pinpoint.

Curiosity-driven science research

September 5, 2023
When researchers in Yale’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences follow their curiosity, it can take them down unexplored pathways.

At Yale, a Blackhawk pilot digs into global affairs (and climbs Army ranks)

August 28, 2023
As a Ph.D. student at Yale, Nerea Cal is deepening her understanding of the intricacies of international affairs while also climbing the military ladder.