Vera Wells ’71: 'The Life and Work of Sylvia Ardyn Boone'

Vera Wells ’71, joined President Peter Salovey in a conversation about the life and work of Sylvia Ardyn Boone — an eminent scholar of African and women’s art and the first black woman granted tenure at Yale. Their conversation was part of the President’s Women of Yale Lecture Series, which showcases the accomplishments of women who graduated from the University — particularly women of color — and whose leadership reflects on the success of coeducation at Yale.