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From Student to Leader

March 7, 2019

From a pioneer of Yale’s environmental engineering program to Drexel’s new dean (originally printed in Yale Engineering magazine 2018-2019) Earlier this year, Sharon L. Walker, Ph.D. was named Drexel University’s new dean of the College of... read more

Grad School Alum Wins Tanaka Award for Work on Dark Matter

January 4, 2019

As an undergraduate majoring in Physics at the University of Chicago, Ben Brubaker realized he was fascinated with the big questions unique to the field. “Questions like: what is the nature of dark matter?” Brubaker said. “The more you learn about... read more

Graduate Students Hold Relax and Chill Holiday Toy Drive

December 11, 2018

The Graduate Student Assembly (GSA), the Graduate and Professional Student Senate (GPSS), the Office for Graduate Student Development and Diversity (OGSDD), and the Yale Undergraduate Prison Project (YUPP), recently hosted a holiday gift/toy drive... read more

Studying Science, from the Elm City to the South Pole

November 20, 2018

Most scientists will never have the opportunity to travel to the South Pole for their research, but then again, most scientists aren’t Faustin Carter (PhD ’15). Carter works as a postdoctoral researcher at Argonne National Laboratory in the High... read more

GSA launches “Relax and Chill”

October 10, 2018

Article in YaleNews by Carly Wanna 2:28 am, Oct 08, 2018, Staff Reporter Graduate students of a variety of disciplines united in the Watson Center on Sunday to socialize with their peers, enjoy free food and drinks, partake in yoga and, simply, “... read more

Yale Grad Works on Financial Reforms in Egypt

October 10, 2018

Where can a Yale graduate education take you? Anywhere in the world! Consider the example of Abigail Olvera, who earned her Master’s degree in Global Affairs in 2014. While at Yale, she focused on private sector growth in developing countries and... read more