Eli Terris, a graduate student pursuing a Master’s of Environmental Management at the School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, was awarded a Lindsay Fellowship for Research in Africa by the MacMillan Center to study the social, economic and consumptive values of a disappearing tree among Rural Malians.

As a master’s student within Yale’s Forestry School, I have been studying a highly valued yet presumed to be disappearing tree Parkia biglobosa, also known...

Thanks to funding from the MacMillan Center and the Yale School of Public Health, Azan Virji, a class of 2018 student in the master’s degree in public health program, was able to travel to Geneva, Switzerland, to work with the Global Malaria Program at the World Health Organization.

I have just under two weeks left in Geneva and it is hard to believe that my time in this incredible city is almost over. The Peace Capital hosts numerous international...

Before the Event/After the Fact: Contemporary Perspectives on War,” an exhibition that brings together a range of contemporary approaches to the visual representation of conflict, is on view at the Yale University Art Gallery through the end of the year.

The works in the exhibit depict not only combat zones but also training sites, forensic reconstructions, and...

Kate Baldwin, newly named as the Peter Strauss Family Assistant Professor of Political Science, focuses her research on political accountability, state building, and the politics of development, with a regional focus on sub-Saharan Africa.

Baldwin’s current research projects analyze politics in weak states. In these contexts, she is interested in how community-level institutions — such as traditional leaders and NGOs — interact with the national state to affect...

On July 1, while Americans prepared to celebrate the Fourth, Canadians celebrated Canada Day and, this year, the 150th anniversary of the British North America Act 1867. In that year, the British government combined the provinces of Canada, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia into a single federation of four provinces – Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia – governed by a constitution modeled largely on its own but modified to reflect the territorial and cultural...