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Yale’s two new residential colleges are opening this year, beginning the expansion of Yale College from 5,400 undergraduates to 6,200. Enrollment will increase by 200 students a year for four years, bringing the college’s population to an all-time high.
Yale Law School dean Robert C. Post looks back on his deanship and offers advice to incoming dean Heather Gerken (who assumed the role on July 1). The two professors also discuss Gerken's goals for her tenure as dean.
In 1916, more than 100 years after its founding, the Yale School of Medicine admitted its first female students. Women now comprise about 50 percent of enrolled students, 24 percent of professors, and two department chairs.
Forty years ago this past April, the Yale Center for British Art first opened to the public. In celebration of this anniversary, a suite of exhibitions showcases the most recent additions to the Center’s exceptional collection of British art.
“This is definitely new territory,” says Pasquale Patrizio, M.D., director of the Yale Fertility Center and Fertility Preservation Program. “We are at the verge of a huge revolution in the way disease is treated.”