Susan Choi, who teaches writing at Yale as a lecturer in English, has won a National Book Award for her novel “Trust Exercise.”
A top-to-bottom renovation of the Science Hill landmark will be completed in summer 2022, with new, improved facilities for math, science, and physics research.
Brock focuses his research on low-dimensional geometry and topology, particularly hyperbolic geometry.
Panter-Brick is a world-renowned expert on risk and resilience in contexts of war, forced displacement, famine, and poverty.
Freeman is a leading historian of the politics and political culture of the Revolutionary era and early national periods of American history.
Mice fed a ketogenic — or very low-carb — diet were better able to combat the flu virus than mice fed food high in carbohydrates, according to a new Yale study.
Documentary filmmaker and Yale lecturer Thomas Allen Harris is on a mission to build a “people’s history” of America through ordinary family photos.