Shaw GS wins Pulitzer for composition - News
| April 16, 2013
Caroline Shaw GS, who is studying composition in the University’s Department of Music, has won the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for Music. The award, which was announced Monday afternoon, recognizes her composition “Partita for 8 Voices,” — a piece that University Director of Graduate Studies in Composition, Daniel Trueman called “striking and unusual.”
Macey talks ethical investment for U. - News
| March 08, 2013Jonathan Macey, chair of Yale’s Advisory Committee on Investor Responsibility and law professor, discussed the approaches that universities can take to approach divestment and the best way to uphold a university’s values through ethical investment with a group of student panelists on Thursday evening. Macey’s lecture, “New Investment Models and New Challenges: Ethical Investing in the 21st Century,” was organized by the Resources Committee of the Council of the Princeton University Community in response to increased concerns about the University’s endowment investments.
University undergoing Title IX investigation - News
| April 19, 2011
The University is currently under investigation by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights for various alleged Title IX violations regarding sexual assault reporting.
News & Notes: Yale considers implementing new grading option - News
| April 11, 2011Yale may consider implementing a policy that would allow students to designate a class “Credit/D/Fail” after finishing it, according to a recent report in the Yale Daily News.
Yale announces fund for New Haven students to attend college in state - News
| November 11, 2010Yale University will provide up to $4 million a year to fund the college education of New Haven, Conn., public school students under a new scholarship initiative that was announced jointly by Yale president Richard Levin and New Haven Mayor John DeStefano Jr. on Tuesday.