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University launches Yale Jackson School of Global Affairs
The Yale Board of Trustees has approved the transformation of the university’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs into a school that will apply evidence-based scholarship to challenges of maximum global importance.
YaleWomen award shines light on Yale women advancing equity
More than 200 Yale alumni, family, and friends gathered for the YaleWomen Excellence Awards, honoring Anita F. Hill ’80 J.D.; Catherine E. Lhamon ’96 J.D.; and Ann Olivarius ’77 B.A., ’86 M.B.A., ’86 J.D.
A Yale astrophysicist’s prediction comes to pass — 20 years later
The heavens delivered a bit of scientific vindication to Yale professor of astronomy and physics Priyamvada Natarajan, when her 20-year-old theory about winds from distant black holes was proven correct.
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