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STEM Ph.D. Students Find Opportunities in IP Law

May 31, 2018

When Yale science Ph.D. students consider careers outside of academia, they usually bring their talents to tech companies, pharmaceutical companies, or consulting firms. Yet a local Connecticut law firm is launching Ph.D. students in the natural... read more

Yale Alumni Association Congratulations New Graduates!

May 31, 2018

Congratulations new graduate – and welcome to the Yale Alumni community! One of the great things about Yale is that, while you may leave New Haven and embark on future careers, further studies, and all the other journeys of a long, interesting... read more

Honoring GSAS Graduate Mentors

May 29, 2018

On May 20, the Graduate School Assembly and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences presented Graduate Mentor Awards to three leading faculty advisors, representing the sciences, social sciences, and the humanities. Every year, the selection... read more

By the Numbers

May 24, 2018

This year, the GSAS awarded a total of 1,298 degrees, including PhDs, MPhil, and Master’s degrees. Some students were granted more than one degree at Commencement. Graduate School degrees are awarded twice each year, at Commencement in May and in... read more

Dean Cooley

Message from Dean Cooley

May 15, 2018

Dear Graduate School Student, As President Salovey reaffirmed in his message last week, Yale is committed to equity and inclusion on our campus. The incident that occurred at the Hall of Graduate Studies last week shines a spotlight on the topic... read more

Message from Dean Cooley

May 8, 2018

Dear Graduate Student, I write to you about an incident that occurred last evening in the Hall of Graduate Studies. A resident of HGS called the Yale police to report that there was an unauthorized person in the Common Room. The police responded... read more

Forging Connections with China over Lunch

April 26, 2018

Yale University has a long history of collaborating with and welcoming Chinese scholars, going back over a hundred years to the very beginning of the twentieth century. A new chapter in that partnership began in 2006 with the inauguration of the... read more

Civil War – Its Burden on Women, Peace, and Security

March 9, 2018

Though she had already taught as an adjunct at Georgetown University for several years, and served as associate director of the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace, and Security, Mayesha Alam knew she wanted more rigor and credibility, both in... read more

An International Perspective in the Elm City

February 27, 2018

When Darya Smirnova, originally from Odessa, Ukraine, and educated at St. Andrews University in the U.K., arrived at Yale, she wondered if all of her international experiences had prepared her for the rigors of graduate study. “At St. Andrews,... read more

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