Words for Change: Yale students join global call to launch a new humanism

May 17, 2024

Yale faculty and students respond to a call for ideas by a renowned Italian songwriter for a global book project on the power of youth to drive positive change.

PODCAST: Building in-country partnerships in development economics

May 14, 2024

Yale’s Rohini Pande and Christopher Udry and Francis Annan discuss how economists can form strong in-country partnerships to support actionable research.

Why is agriculture declining in countries that need it most?

May 14, 2024

Many developing countries have seen a troublesome decline in agricultural output. Yale’s recent Kuznets Conference examined the origins of this puzzling trend.

Preparing the next generation of Ukrainian leaders

May 10, 2024

The Ukraine Recovery Youth Global Initiative, founded by a Yale grad student, is training young Ukrainians to lead the country when the current war ends.

President’s Council on International Activities celebrates 25 years

May 3, 2024

Yale PCIA has been instrumental in pioneering strategies for new global engagement to expand opportunities for students, education, and faculty research.

Targeting friends to induce social contagion to benefit the world

May 2, 2024

In a new study, researchers induced social contagion in Honduran villages by targeting people’s friends to receive a health intervention.

Sharing more than a border

April 26, 2024

Alumna Maria Rodriguez-Dominguez is helping to strengthen the U.S.-Mexico relationship by promoting cooperation across sectors and inspiring future generations.

Ethiopian church forests, a beacon of hope for environmental conservation

April 26, 2024

Yale’s Council on African Studies celebrated Earth Day 2024 with an afternoon of events centered around the interplay of religion and ecology in Ethiopia.

Student trip to Taiwan highlights competition in strategic technology

April 24, 2024

Nineteen Yale students traveled to Taiwan in March for a series of discussions focused on AI, emerging technology, and U.S.-China-Taiwan relations.

Cuneiform ‘first charter of human rights’ visits the Peabody

April 23, 2024

The “Cyrus Cylinder,” crafted from clay in sixth-century Babylon, will be on display at the Yale Peabody Museum through the end of June.