February 2, 2018
Already a published op-ed writer, Sobowale recently tried his hand at narrative writing with the immersive Yale Internal Medicine Residency Writers’ Workshop.
Founded in 2015, the BioScience Pipeline program enhances biomedical commercialization by providing milestone-based funding of up to $30,000 per project.
Slated for completion in 2019, the building was “topped off” in a ceremony including President Salovey and Vice Provost for Research Peter Schiffer on Jan. 31.
In Dec. 2017, Rohan Naik ’18 helped organize New Haven’s sixth gun buyback program, which resulted in a record 141 firearms being taken off the streets.
February 1, 2018
At the Whitney, the filmmaker and stars of the documentary “The Cooler Bandits” screened their film and led a discussion on it and the criminal justice system.
Educator, artist, and activist Faith Ringgold will visit Yale on Thursday, Feb. 15 as a Chubb Fellow to give a lecture titled, “Anyone Can Fly.”
Called “Bene,” the under-development app analyzes vocal and facial responses to prompted questions in order to gauge a user’s psychological state.
Victoria M. Chun has been appointed Yale’s director of athletics, physical education, and recreation by President Peter Salovey. She will join Yale on July 1.
Sara Holdren, a Brooklyn-based director and New York magazine’s theater critic, will speak at Yale on Tuesday, Feb. 6, as a Poynter Fellow in Journalism.
Founded in 2014, The Center for Teaching and Learning marked the anniversary of its grand opening in Sterling Memorial Library last week.