May 11, 2018
Made up of Yale School of Architecture alumni, the Architect is IN is an initiative that provides pro bono design services to nonprofits in need.
InTandem, a nonprofit co-founded by Mark Carhart ’88 B.A., works to make bicycle rides around New York available to blind and visually impaired cyclists.
Almost 1,000 investors, entrepreneurs, and scientists gathered May 9 at SOM for the Yale Innovation Summit, showcasing the university’s tech and biotech talent.
To honor the late Tina Burke, the YSN Alumni Association created “Newborns in Need,” a Yale Day of Service event that collects and distributes items for babies.
Tehreem Rehman and Robert Rock, who are graduating from YSM this year, co-led the effort to create a new extracurricular elective, “U.S. Health Justice.”
Sertic was awarded the Yale School of Engineering & Applied Science Henry Prentiss Becton Prize, which goes to one outstanding SEAS senior every year.
A longtime health advocate, Gores is founder of Poverty Alleviation through Washing Soles (PAWS), which provides foot care for New Haven’s needy.
Because she’s participating in YSM’s 28-month Physician Associate Program, Suzuki won’t officially graduate until December.
The topics may be diverse, but plant evolution, computer chips and catalysts for solar power all found common ground at the Yale Science and Engineering Forum.
A few years ago a group of F&ES students designed a “hypothetical” solar project for a class assignment. Timothy White ’15 M.E.M just made it a reality.