The FAS Dean’s Office congratulates the recipients of the FAS Dean’s Award for Inclusion and Belonging, the Samuel and Ronnie Heyman Prize, and the Arthur Greer...
For the first time, astronomers have observed a cosmic boomerang effect — streams of heavy, molecular gas that are stripped away from a distant galaxy only to circle back and...
The winners of the inaugural award for inclusion and belonging have led transformative efforts — both at Yale and in their own fields — to cultivate diversity.
These four women scientists explore the mysteries of life on earth while shaping the collections, exhibits, and programming at Yale’s natural history museum.
Fatima Naqvi, a pathbreaking scholar of German language cinema and literatures, has already made a substantial impact since joining the Yale faculty in 2019.
A Yale-led study examined geochemical data from over 600 sediment samples from around the globe to document the evolution of how Earth regulated its climate.
A prolific scientist and generous teacher and community contributor, Holland has supervised more than 100 undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral researchers.