Observing the effects of climate change in Chile

March 1, 2023

Indy Burke, dean of the Yale School of the Environment, reflects on a two-week trip to Chile with the Yale Alumni Academy to study climate and environment.

High school students from Israel connect with Yale students in class visit

March 1, 2023

While visiting Yale for a recent Model UN conference, ten students from Israel joined the advanced Hebrew-language class “Israel in Ideology and Practice.”

La Ferrara to lecture on social factors in the development process

February 24, 2023

On March 2, Eliana La Ferrara of Harvard will deliver the 32nd Kuznets Memorial Lecture. In a Q&A, she discusses social values in development economics.

How tools of impact investing can undermine resilience in the Global South

February 24, 2023

Impact investing advisor Clint Bartlett ’17 M.A.M. and Yale’s Todd Cort discuss how overpriced expected returns could thwart helpful ventures.

West Campus showcases latest tech in art conservation

February 23, 2023

Yale’s Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage recently co-hosted a workshop on the latest X-ray technology used in art analysis and preservation.

Mobile culture: A Yale archaeologist sifts through Mongolia’s ancient past

February 21, 2023

In an interview, William Honeychurch discusses his work examining Mongolia’s ancient nomadic societies, and what it reveals about humankind.

What Turkey needs for its long recovery

February 21, 2023

Rana Kotan ’04 M.B.A., secretary general of Third Sector Foundation of Turkey, discusses the crucial role of grassroots organizations in the country’s recovery.

Hanke Gallery curator Nancy Escalante: Finding community in the archives

February 17, 2023

Escalante, curator of the new library exhibit “Empire and Resistance,” discusses her path into archival and museum work, coming to Yale, and her future plans.

The balloons signal a new age of mass surveillance

February 15, 2023

In a Q&A, Yale’s Paul Bracken discusses recent surveillance balloon encounters and the urgent need to catch up on how much we’re already being spied on.

Yale winter trips to Nepal, India highlight vibrant South Asia connections

February 13, 2023

Recent visits by Yale leadership and South Asian Studies Council faculty and staff affirmed and celebrated ties forged over more than a decade.