News and Announcements

Yale mason David Cacace, photo by Rob DeSanto
October 9, 2023
Yale masons David Cacace and Rashad Cruthird repair bluestone outside the Adams Center for Musical Arts. Learn more about the tools of their trade.
Rendering of Yale Divinity School's Living Village project, courtesy of Bruner/Cott Architects and Höweler+Yoon Architecture
October 5, 2023
An ambitious “living building” project will soon break ground on Yale’s campus. Professor Mae-Ling Lokko explains what makes a structure a “living” building.
J. Mike Bellamy at Whitney Grove Square, photo by Rob DeSanto
October 2, 2023
J. Mike Bellamy, vice president for facilities, campus development, and sustainability discusses his work at Yale and his perspectives on leadership.
A ribbon cutting marked the official opening of the newly redesigned Kline Tower, photo by Tony Fiorini
September 29, 2023
The historic Science Hill building, which has been reimagined as a hub for mathematical, statistical, and data-driven research, was rededicated on September 22.
Celebrate Sustainability at Yale
September 29, 2023
This annual program series offers a variety of ways to learn about the university’s sustainability efforts, and practical tips for greener living. Find a full event list...
87 Trumbull Street (left) and 28 Hillhouse Avenue (right), photo by Chuck Choi
September 15, 2023
A new economics building at 87 Trumbull Street boasts environmentally friendly features while seamlessly connecting neighboring structures into a single complex.
Community Kitchen with existing Divinity School building in the background, rendering courtesy of Bruner/Cott Architects
September 6, 2023
The school is breaking ground on “The Living Village,” an unprecedented living-building residence hall that will house students in a way that gives back to the environment...