To reduce risk, build trust — in developing countries and the U.S. alike

February 26, 2021

Mena Cammett ’09, ’12 M.B.A. discusses how common fragilities in developing countries have now become relevant at home, and how trust in institutions can help.

Brazilian postdoc associate Anderson Brito contributes to study of COVID-19

February 26, 2021

Brito’s post-doctorate at Yale is focused on genomic epidemiology — including critical COVID research in the lab of Nathan Grubaugh.

Return to the past? Ernesto Zedillo on trade in a post-Trump world

February 19, 2021

Zedillo, a former president of Mexico and director of the Yale Center for Globalization, discusses his new book and his belief in the power of free trade.

What’s in store after vaccines? Still more challenges

February 15, 2021

During a recent panel discussion, Yale School of Public Health Dean Sten H. Vermund discussed the need for a global perspective to get back to a “new normal.”

YSPH alumna highlights importance of diversity in public health

February 12, 2021

Informed by her personal background and a Yale education, Ffyona Patel ’14 M.P.H. takes a collaborative approach to her work in international health.

In candid talk, top brass offer insight on the road ahead

February 10, 2021

On Feb. 9, Yale’s Beverly Gage was joined by Gen. Jim Mattis and Lt. Gen. Sir Graeme Lamb for a Jackson Institute event on “What’s Next for America.”

Pandemic erodes living standards in developing countries, study shows

February 5, 2021

The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic caused a sharp decline in living standards and rising food insecurity in developing countries across the globe.

Drawing on Yale research, documentary short wins at Raw Science Film Fest

January 25, 2021

The work of Yale’s Catherine Panter-Brick is featured in “Terror and Hope: The Science of Resilience,” which is now eligible for Academy Award consideration.

Yale Cyber Leadership Forum launches spring 2021 series

January 25, 2021

“Bridging the Divide: Sovereignty in Cyberspace?” will take place as seven virtual discussions, taking place every other Thursday between Feb. 4 and April 29.

Study: U.S. undocumented population much larger than previous estimates

January 14, 2021

New research from Yale SOM’s Edward Kaplan suggests that America’s undocumented population is close to 19.6 million, consistent with an earlier study.