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Declaring Freedom: Foundational documents of national history on view

June 24, 2024

Through July 15, the Beinecke Library marks the 248th anniversary of the nation’s founding with a display of vital documents of United States history.

‘We are all connected’: Building bridges to careers in astrophysics

June 21, 2024

An award-winning nonprofit co-founded by a Yale astronomer creates opportunities in astrophysics for students from Central America and the Caribbean.

Brothers for Change: Impactful mental health workshops for New Haven youth

June 20, 2024

A new collaboration between the Yale Child Study Center and Dixwell Q House was recently launched through a mental health workshop series for local Black youth.

Juneteenth 2024: Celebrating the end of slavery in the U.S.

June 13, 2024

On June 19, Yale, New Haven, and the nation will celebrate Juneteenth, commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. Find related events and resources.

‘We are all stewards’: Helping preserve New Haven community history

June 11, 2024

Jennifer Coggins, the Beinecke’s community engagement archivist, offers advice, expertise, and tools to help local residents create their own archives.

The Quadcast: Emotional intelligence and spirituality with Robin Stern

June 11, 2024

Stern, co-founder of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence, discusses the role of spirituality and religion in understanding and managing emotions.

Yale Organ Academy announces series of June recitals

June 10, 2024

On June 24, 25, and 28, the Yale Institute of Sacred Music will host a series of recitals featuring multiple pipe organs on Yale’s campus.

Wright Lab postdocs host 2024 Pint of Science Festival in New Haven

June 10, 2024

A global event begun in 2013, the Elm City edition of the festival included scientists from Yale having casual conversations at local pubs with the public.

Improving health outcomes through community outreach

June 10, 2024

In a Q&A, the founders of Yale School of Medicine’s combined rheumatology/dermatology clinic discuss its work and forging connections in the community.

Acclaimed local creator helps reinvigorate arts at the Peabody Museum

June 6, 2024

On June 21, New Haven-based Syrian artist and architect Mohamad Hafez will join associate curator Agnete Wisti Lassen to discuss life, art, food, and more.