Robert C. Pozen, a graduate of Yale Law School, has made a generous gift to the Yale School of Management’s fellowship, which promotes leadership in healthcare.
A new Yale School of Public Health study finds that an estimated 83 percent of the planet’s lesbian, gay, and bisexual people keep their orientation hidden.
Researchers have found that the area of the brain called the dorsomedial prefrontal cortex performs calculations for choices made for oneself and for others.
The seminar “MANY: Facilitating Migration Through an Exchange of Needs” aims to compile practical research and viewpoints about migration — and to spur action.
Architect and writer Keller Easterling is one of only 45 United States Artist in Architecture and Design honorees for 2019.
Chaya Bhuvaneswar ’93 B.A. says she would like to see more writers like herself who inhabit complementary, but distinct, professional and creative worlds.
Yale researchers have identified two genes — ERK1 and ERK2 — that are central to the vital work of transporting blood to and from the heart.