February 14, 2019
Composer and Yale Quantum Institute artist-in-residence Spencer Topel will speak on “Immaterial Waves: Light, Sound, and Architecture” on Feb. 28.
Yale’s holistic view of diversity has been an inspiration to Braswell, now the CEO of the job platform Jopwell and author of the book “Let Them See You.”
February 12, 2019
With “African Modernism: Architecture of Independence,” Doreen Adengo and her collaborators are highlighting the spirit of postcolonial African identities.
The Global Engagements Map is a visual representation of Yale’s connections — through the work of students, faculty, and alumni — around the world.
February 8, 2019
Alumni podcasters are tackling subjects as diverse as true crime, the dramatic arts, Judaism in the 21st century, and the role of animals in American culture.
February 4, 2019
The former Yale women’s ice hockey captain now serves as COO of Next College Student Athlete, a company that helps to streamline the recruitment process.
Feb Club Emeritus is an annual tradition in February, celebrating than the common Yale bond among alumni with a series of global events.
January 31, 2019
SOM’s presence is being felt across sectors in China, where an expanding economy is providing more opportunities for a network of nearly 200 graduates.
January 30, 2019
Clarence Agbi ’09 B.S. occasionally returns to Yale to talk about how students can get into STEM careers and about what it’s like to be black in the tech field.
January 29, 2019
“Career Transitions,” a webinar moderated by Jennifer Ebisemiju Madar ’88, attracted 1,200 registrants, of which nearly 1,000 took part.