The “About” page for your site should provide information that explains the purpose of your department or organization, and its relationship to Yale University. For example:
For more than a century, English at Yale has been an important force in the academic study of literature and a key part of Yale’ educational mission. The Department teaches the majority of freshmen in Yale College, graduates more than 100 majors in every Yale class, and trains PhDs in English, who become scholars and teachers of literature. Over the decades our PhDs have gone on to leadership positions throughout the academic profession.
For undergraduates, the Department offers an array of introductory courses designed to develop fundamental writing skills, powers of argument and analysis, and a historical perspective on literature. The English Major introduces students to the many traditions of imaginative writing in English through courses focused on both familiar topics such as Milton or Modern American Literature and the newest areas of faculty investigation. The Department aims to help deepen students’ insights into their own experience and to develop their ability to express their ideas orally and in writing. Yale English majors have an astonishing recent history of writing awards and successful publication.
In addition to courses in literature and expository writing, the Department is the home of creative writing at Yale. Our illustrious writers work in all of the major genres - fiction, poetry, play and film writing, nonfiction prose, journalism - and together they make this one of the strongest undergraduate programs in creative writing in the United States.