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Salovey awarded honorary degree by Lithuania’s Vytautas Magnus University

June 26, 2019

President Peter Salovey received the honor for his scholarship on emotional intelligence at a ceremony on June 20.

YSPH training programs draw Chinese health officials, practitioners

June 24, 2019

The Yale-China Children’s Hospital Training Program, with workshops in research and leadership, wrapped up at the Yale School of Public Health on June 13.

Strengthening palliative care in Israel

June 21, 2019

Israel is home to 9 million people, and of more than 40,000 decedents a year only 10% receive palliative care. YSN’s Dena Schulman-Green wants to change that.

YSPH, GHLI researchers receive Gates Foundation funding for global projects

June 18, 2019

A cohort of global health researchers at Yale have received Grand Challenges Explorations grants from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

The ‘global closet’: Majority of world’s LGBT population hide orientation

June 14, 2019

A new Yale School of Public Health study finds that an estimated 83 percent of the planet’s lesbian, gay, and bisexual people keep their orientation hidden.

President Mokgweetsi Masisi of Botswana visits Yale

June 11, 2019

President Masisi and a delegation including First Lady Neo Jane Masisi visited Yale on June 6 for a series of meetings on joint research and other partnerships.

Yale researchers partner with state in India to reduce harmful emissions

June 5, 2019

Collaborating with Yale’s Economic Growth Center, the Indian state of Gujarat has launched the first ever emissions trading system for particulate pollution.

YSPH experts train Latin American health officials in new vaccine analysis

May 28, 2019

Twenty representatives from 10 Latin American and Caribbean countries came to Yale in May for a series of workshops on advanced vaccine data analysis.

Yale’s steadfast commitment to our international students and scholars

May 24, 2019

Yale President Peter Salovey issued this statement on Thursday, May 23.

‘Cairo the Incandescent’: Photos explore the City of a Thousand Minarets

May 22, 2019

A new photo essay by Karen Polinger Foster, formerly a lecturer in Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations, captures daily life in Egypt’s capitol.