March 2022 News

March 30, 2022
Yale’s Wu Tsai Initiative (WTI) will welcome this spring its first cohort of postdoctoral fellows, six scholars chosen carefully for their interest in interdisciplinary...
March 24, 2022
Since the end of the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s, large numbers of Black people have made their way into settings previously occupied exclusively by whites....
March 17, 2022
A new, Yale-led study unlocks the science behind a key ingredient — namely oxygen — in some of the world’s most violent volcanoes. The research offers a new model for...
March 17, 2022
Nobody enjoys being stopped by the police. But civilians who believe the officer interacting with them is attempting to behave fairly are more likely to perceive the officer’...
March 16, 2022
One proposed strategy in the fight against climate change is to increase tree cover in the world’s savannas, either through the planting of new trees or fire suppression, to...
March 16, 2022
Humans are unparalleled in the animal kingdom in hand dexterity. We use tools, hold pens, thread needles, and more, with little thought about the challenges the nervous...
March 15, 2022
The January 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol was a hodgepodge of conflicting symbols. The protestors erected a large wooden cross and gallows. Some waved Rebel battle flags...