Award-winning author and poet Claudia Rankine will speak at Grace Hopper College on Thursday, March 8 as a Poynter Fellow in Journalism.
Coursera, the online platform and Yale’s online teaching partner, selected Kazdin from a group of faculty members who launched courses on the platform in 2017.
A new Yale humanities course, “Selfhood, Race, Class, and Gender” — or the Self Class — is committed to answering the question: What is the “self” anyway?
The discovery, a new way to work with heterogeneous catalysts, may have practical applications for producing fuels with sustainable solar energy.
In a new book, Yale scholar Albert Laguna “asks the reader to slow down and think about the quotidian cultural consumption” of everyday Cuban Americans.
This book presents an innovative look at the imagery of libations, the most commonly depicted ritual in ancient Greece, and how it engaged viewers in religious performance.
Election to the academy is offered to “distinguished scientists and engineers from Connecticut’s academic, industrial, and institutional communities.”