The discovery of the Deinonychus by Yale’s John Ostrom sparked a “Dinosaur Renaissance” and paved the way for cultural phenomena like “Jurassic Park.”
A team of researchers working in Ethiopia have discovered the earliest-known examples of complex stone tools, dating back at least 2.58 million years.
Amy Hungerford, who has been at the FAS Dean’s Office since 2014 and at Yale since 1999, will step down on July 1 to accept a position at Columbia University.
Yale historian Mark Peterson, author of a new book on “The City-State of Boston,” believes that history is best told by abiding by the Golden Rule.
John E. Roemer, the Elizabeth S. and A. Varick Stout Professor of Political Science and Economics (Yale University Press)