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For centuries, Yale faculty members and students have advanced scientific research and education. A new university committee report recommends priorities to bolster Yale’s position as a leading global research university and nurture scientific discoveries.
The Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History is having a gold rush. This very special collection showcases 23 stunning pieces of California gold, including unusually large examples as well as smaller ones featuring extremely rare crystallographic forms.
How Yale research, programs, and people effect real-world change
Yale's people and programs make an impact every day, from medical breakthroughs, research that influences public policy, new businesses that drive innovation, and initiatives that help strengthen communities.
In January, Provost Ben Polak announced Yale’s new Web Accessibility Policy, which establishes requirements for staff, faculty, and students to procure, develop and modify university websites so that they are accessible to people with disabilities.
In addition to providing resources to help students and staff optimize their physical and emotional wellbeing, Yale is also on the forefront of medical, social, and psychological research that’s redefining wellness.
In conjunction with President Peter Salovey's visit to Ghana and Kenya, we highlight programs and collaborations that demonstrate Yale’s commitment to building strong partnerships with leaders and innovators across Africa.
"The Paston Treasure" (ca. 1663) is an enigmatic masterpiece that combines still life, portraiture, animal painting, and allegory. The painting is making its North American debut at the Yale Center for British Art.