May 2, 2023
When COVID-19 arrived, the center had an adaptable framework for policies already in place, based on their work since the H1N1 bird flu and SARS outbreaks.
March 30, 2023
Yale researchers examined how voters selectively judge a leaders’ responsibility for events — a process they argue is driven by more than simple partisan bias.
March 10, 2023
Yale’s Jason Abaluck, author of a landmark study of mask promotion in Bangladesh, weighs in on a recent study denying masking’s effectiveness in reducing COVID.
photo: Rachel Diaz
February 28, 2023
As a Yale undergraduate, a research fellowship from the Institution for Social and Policy Studies gave Diaz the tools to make a positive impact on healthcare.
January 30, 2023
A Yale study shows that public health measures in Syria, Iraq, and Egypt to slow the spread of COVID-19 reduced attacks by the terror group ISIS.
December 13, 2022
A dramatic shift toward remote work caused telecommuting parents in the U.S., particularly mothers, to spend significantly more time “parenting” their children.
December 12, 2022
With the year fast drawing to a close, here are some of readers’ favorite Yale News stories from the past year, and some of ours.