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Yale IPCH fellowship supports preservation of cultural heritage in Africa

March 15, 2024

The Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage is helping cultural institutions protect and share stories of the continent’s diverse civilizations.

Salovey trip to Africa marks a decade of increased engagement

March 15, 2024

In his third visit to the continent, President Peter Salovey is reinforcing Yale’s commitment to global collaboration and educational partnerships.

Going the last mile (with evidence)

March 14, 2024

A new study in Sierra Leone shows that it is possible to get health interventions to remote and under-resourced areas cost-effectively and with good uptake.

Korean artist visits library to open new Hanke Gallery exhibit

March 12, 2024

To celebrate the opening of “Copying Sacred Texts: A Spiritual Practice,” Kyeongho Kim, master calligrapher and artist, traveled to Yale to share his practice.

Why market size and equality are critical for poverty reduction

March 12, 2024

In a Q&A, Yale economist Pinelopi Goldberg explores the role of population size, trade, and inequality in today’s changing global economy.

Preparing urban leaders for climate challenges

March 5, 2024

Yale School of the Environment’s new online certificate program seeks to help urban policymakers and practitioners implement innovative climate solutions.

Insights from 10 years of research on women’s opportunities in India

March 1, 2024

The leadership of Yale Inclusion Economics looks at the progress Indian women have made and prospects for their increased economic empowerment.

Maya K’iche’ scholar Manuela Tahay shares Indigenous women’s wisdom at Yale

February 28, 2024

Tahay, a scholar and language instructor from Nahualá, Guatemala, recently visited campus to lead a series of events for Yale and the wider New Haven community.

Student-led startup harnesses AI to predict political violence

February 22, 2024

The Yale venture uses innovative machine learning tools to create models that track and predict the behavior of adversarial groups and terrorist organizations.

Educational exchange brings Ugandan hematologist to Yale

February 22, 2024

Christine Sekaggya-Wiltshire of the Mulago National Referral Hospital in Kampala recently visited Yale to work alongside Robert Bona and other faculty members.