Alumni

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Leading through COVID-19: history as a guide to the unprecedented

May 11, 2020

Jeff Schwartz SOM ’87 discusses why agile, adaptable organizations built around empowered teams are best positioned for effective work amid extreme uncertainty.

Shades of Yale lifts voices and uplifts spirits with familiar medley

May 11, 2020

The a cappella group, which is devoted to songs of the African diaspora, debuted a virtual Spring Jam on May 2, including their trademark closing medley.

Yale Alumni College goes online for its summer session

May 11, 2020

This academic year will feature a slate of distinguished professors and small, interactive seminars now available to all Yale alumni, family, and friends.

Yale Young Global Scholars alumni worldwide help the fight against COVID-19

May 8, 2020

Through fundraisers, startups, and nonprofits, YYGS alumni across continents are committed to helping their communities through an uncertain time.

Composer and Yale alumnus Anthony Davis ’75 wins Pulitzer Prize in music

May 6, 2020

Davis won the Pulitzer for “The Central Park Five,” which the jury described as “a courageous operatic work.”

Launch sends Cross Campus mentoring and networking platform soaring

May 1, 2020

The online Cross Campus platform launched April 7 and achieved its three-month goal of 5,000 members in a mere eight days.

Study predicts COVID-19’s impact across Africa

May 1, 2020

YSPH alumna Uzma Alam, Ph.D., MPH ’13 discusses a new study that considers current epidemiological and socioeconomic conditions across Africa.

Distance does little to slow ideas in YAA Board of Governors meetings

April 30, 2020

In response to shelter-at-home orders around the world, the Yale Alumni Association Board of Governors held productive virtual meetings from April 23-25.

Yale School of Art Mourns the passing of William Bailey

April 20, 2020

Bailey was a distinguished alumnus, former dean and faculty member, and the Kingman Brewster Professor Emeritus of Art. He died April 13 at his home.

Surgeon Kathy Ching ’00 draws on Yale experience during turbulent time

April 17, 2020

Ching, who played softball at Yale, works for the Providence Medical Group in Oregon. Lessons she learned at Yale are guiding her through the COVID-19 crisis.