International

Mearsheimer talks to explore ‘Liberal Ideals & International Realities’

November 7, 2017

A professor at the University of Chicago, Mearsheimer will present three talks as part of the Henry L. Stimson Lectures on World Affairs.

SOM Silver Scholars Program paved the way for alumna’s international career

November 7, 2017

Mena Cammett reflects on how she accelerated her career through the Silver Scholars Program, which lets ambitious students start an MBA right after college.

Festival showcases Spanish and Portuguese films

November 7, 2017

The festival, Nov. 15-19, features dozens of films from countries where Spanish and Portuguese are the primary languages.

New Yorker writer on journalists' role in Israel-Palestine peace process

November 7, 2017

Americans are not getting the full story about the conflict in the Middle East from their government or media, according to journalist Bernard Avishai.

Yale SOM-Sequoia China Leadership Program welcomes second class

November 6, 2017

The second Yale SOM-Sequoia Leadership Program was held Oct. 28-31 at Yale Center Beijing.

Why the ‘diversity lottery’ needs to end

November 2, 2017

“Diversity lottery” visas are bad policy and the program should be canceled. Better still, they should be used for other, wiser purposes.

Yale Women Innovators: Dorothy Tegeler ’16 J.D., on helping asylum seekers

November 1, 2017

Dorothy Tegeler discusses the Asylum Seekers Advocacy Project, which aims to prevent the wrongful detention and deportation of refugee women and children.

Building Bridges tackles educational inequality between rural, urban China

October 31, 2017

Building Bridges aims to advance education in rural China by nurturing long-lasting relationships between American and Chinese students.

Talks to address reporting on Israel-Palestine and the state of journalism

October 30, 2017

New Yorker contributor Bernard Avishai will discuss his reporting on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the state of American journalism in Poynter talks.

Poynter symposium to explore truth — and untruth — in news reporting

October 30, 2017

Russian interference in the election will be one of the topics discussed during the third Poynter Fellowship panel on "Truth and the Internet Age."