|1970||Yale responded to the Black Panther Trials in New Haven along with the protests related to the war in Southeast Asia.|
|May 1 1970||Bomb exploded outside the David S. Ingalls Hockey Rink as part of the May Day-related protests.|
|1971||First women named to serve on the Yale Corporation, Hanna Holborn Gray (M.A.H. 1971) and Marian Wright Edelman (L.L.B. 1963 and M.A.H. 1971).|
|1972||Schools of Architecture and Art established as separate schools.|
|1976||School of Organization and Management founded (name changed to School of Management in 1994).|
|1977||Whitney Humanities Center opened. Since 1981 housed at 53 Wall Street.
|1977||Yale Center for British Art opened; Louis Kahn, architect.|
|Oct 14 1978||A. Bartlett Giamatti (B.A. 1960 and Ph.D. 1964) inaugurated as nineteenth president.|