Yale Center Beijing celebrates its 10th anniversary

March 28, 2024

For the last decade, the center has served as an intellectual hub for leaders and Yale faculty and helped nuture ties with alumni and friends in China and Asia.

Sixteen global leaders named 2024 World Fellows

March 27, 2024

The cohort will visit Yale’s campus for an intensive four-month period of academic enrichment and leadership training.

Uncovering new patterns behind economic transformation in Africa

March 25, 2024

In a Q&A, Christopher Udry discusses surprising new data about markets in sub-Saharan Africa. He will deliver this year’s Kuznets Memorial Lecture on...

‘Applied religion’: YDS alum pioneers care for traumatized refugees

March 22, 2024

For over 40 years, psychologist Richard F. Mollica ’79 M.A.R. has pioneered the field of refugee trauma.

Stewart draws on days in Parliament, and Afghan villages, in new Yale role

March 18, 2024

Rory Stewart, a former British diplomat who recently returned to Yale, discusses his approach to teaching grand strategy — and offering hope in a bleak time.

Rwanda policy dialogue with President Salovey and EGC affiliates’ research

March 15, 2024

Salovey delivered remarks that described Yale’s contribution to transforming research into policy in Africa.

PODCAST: Digital inclusion and economic development

March 15, 2024

Pramod Varma, Chief Architect of Aadhaar, India's digital identification program, discusses the role of digital public infrastructure in economic...

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.