• Early 20th century Yami canoe in IPCH

    The Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage (IPCH) maintains large, state-of-the-art photography studios that are shared by the greater Yale community. Seen here, an early 20th century Yami canoe from the Yale University Art Gallery’s Indo-Pacific collection is being photographed in the Digitization Lab by the Gallery’s Visual Resources team. photo credit: Yale University Art Gallery

  • Workday@Yale

    The administrative software that Yale currently uses to manage its core financial and human resources systems (Oracle eBusiness) is being replaced with a new software, Workday. Learn more about Workday at workday@yale.edu or contact your Workday Change Partner. Abby Goldblatt is the Workday Change Partner for the West Campus. Stay tuned for more Workday updates.

  • Something Wiki this way comes — to West Campus

    The 12 feet wide and 16 feet long Wikihouse sits among a stand of Japanese knotweed on the far side of the West Campus Urban Farm. F&ES student, Peter Hirsch, built the revolutionary structure as part of his research on the feasibility of open source and efficient design technologies. The building will be used by a variety of campus organizations for research, educational classes and community activities.

  • Yale and United Way 2014-1015 Campaign

    The University's United Way campaign is underway and the West Campus is working to make our goal. We can not do it without you. Participating in the United Way campaign is a powerful way for our community to come together to support the quality of life and economic opportunities for all the people who live and work in the greater New Haven area. Please join me in giving!