YaleWomen speaks with Dean Tamar Gendler regarding her leadership role as a female dean, the challenges she has faced as a parent in academia, and her vision for the future...
A pair of new Yale studies confirm that dark matter is not always associated with traditional matter on a galactic scale — which settles a year-long debate.
For her work in computer science, Grace Hopper ’30 M.A., ’34 Ph.D. has been called the “queen of code.” Yet beneath that crown was the brain of a mathematician.
Nicholas A. Christakis, Sterling Professor of Sociology (Little, Brown and Company)
Professor Edyta Bojanowska’s new book, “A World of Empires,” is a rereading of novelist Ivan Goncharov’s obscure 1858 travelogue “The Frigate Pallada.”
Dayal focuses her research on the semantics of natural language and its interface with syntax and pragmatics, typically from a cross-linguistic perspective.
Tylus is a literary historian who specializes in late medieval and early modern European literature, religion, and culture.