Peter Schiffer has done a lot for Yale — and vice-versa. Learn about his journey from undergraduate to career scientist, advisor, and university administrator.
Tsuneo Tamagawa, the Andrew W. Phillips Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, died in New Haven on Dec. 30 at the age of 92.
Marta Figlerowicz, assistant professor of comparative literature and of English (Cornell University Press)
In the groundbreaking new course, cultural heritage and molecular biophysics are combined to help students take a novel approach to a variety of subjects.
Matthew Tanico ’17 PhD, Spanish and Renaissance Studies, is pursuing both academic and non-academic paths to make the most of his Yale education.
The BioArt Competition award-winning photo, depicting an alligator embryo, will be exhibited at the National Institutes of Health in Maryland.
With his course “The Beach Boys: American Culture and Counterculture,” Daniel Harrison hopes to illustrate the overlap between pop and classical traditions.