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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.
Working to make the world a better place is a vital part of Yale's mission, and students, alumni, faculty, and staff have brought that commitment to community service to their hometowns and around the world.
Yale has committed to achieving carbon neutrality on campus by or before 2050. Every day Yale faculty, students, alumni, and staff are sowing seeds for a renewable future through research, education, and practice.
On Oct. 6, President Peter Salovey led the dedication of Benjamin Franklin and Pauli Murray colleges: “These buildings, as splendid as they are, are only part of the story. … For today we celebrate one of the finest investments in knowledge — and in the future — that has ever been made at Yale.”