Hungarian mathematician László Lovász, who was a Yale faculty member from 1993 to 1999, is a co-recipient of the prestigious 2021 Abel Prize in mathematics.
Political scientists Stephen Skowronek and John Dearborn discuss their new book, “Phantoms of a Beleaguered Republic,” and the expansion of executive power.
Less than a decade after unveiling the “Map of Life,” a global database that marks the distribution of known species across the planet, Yale researchers have launched an...
When couples with similar educational backgrounds marry, it increases income and domestic equity in the home — and exacerbates inequality between households.
The creation of an animated motion graphic public service announcement at Yale involved support from SOM, YSPH, and the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.
In the first in an occasional video series of FAS faculty perspectives, Professor of English in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Feisal Mohamed tells us how John Milton’s...
Seven members of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) have recently been named to endowed professorships by vote of Yale’s Board of Governors.