March 2020 News

The two-story Young Family Study space serves as the main entrance of the newly named Marx Science and Social Science Library. (Photo credit: Mara Lavitt)
March 31, 2020
Newly renamed in honor of the Marx family’s support, the Marx Library will support key university initiatives in science and social science.
March 31, 2020
Yale historian David Blight and architect Peter Eisenman are among four individuals to receive the American Academy of Arts and Letters’ highest honors.
Kathryn Lofton
March 29, 2020
Lofton talks about how remote learning is affecting humanities classrooms, how faculty research continues, and the role of the humanities in turbulent times.
March 23, 2020
Dean Gendler discusses how the Faculty of Arts and Sciences are addressing the COVID-19 crisis and have been preparing for online teaching.
March 18, 2020
Margulis, widely considered one of the most influential mathematicians of the past half-century, has been awarded among the world’s leading honors in his field.
A rock sample from from the northern end of the Appalachian Mountain belt (Photo credit: Jay Ague)
March 16, 2020
Yale geologists have identified the deepest pieces of Earth’s crust ever found in the United States or Canada — in the rolling hills of northern Connecticut.
A portrait of Professor Stephanie Newell — made out of repurposed trash — by Yusuf Durodola
March 6, 2020
Yale English Professor Stephanie Newell examines how and why spaces and people have been labeled “unclean” from the days of British colonial rule to today.