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Over the last 20 years, women have increased their presence in governments across Africa, but — like their peers elsewhere — they still lag far behind men. Through its Leadership Forum for Strategic Impact, Yale is working to enhance the knowledge and skills of sen...
Yale University’s Office of International Affairs welcomes anyone interested to join them for a reception from 4:30-6 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 27 at Rosenfeld Hall at 109 Grove St. in New Haven. The purpose of the reception is to celebrate Brazilian culture, and build a bri...
On the morning of June 21, the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History voluntarily transferred the remains of seven Māori and one Moriori tūpuna, or ancestors, to representatives from the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, known as Te Papa. The Māori and Moriori anc...
The inaugural Yale-NUS Summer Institute in Global Strategy and Leadership brought 39 Yale-NUS students to Yale in June for a five-week program designed to provide students with an in-depth and rigorous introduction to history, politics, social change, and a number of...
“The North American West has been inhabited for millennia, but our vision of its history and cultures has been shaped, perhaps disproportionally, by the modern invention of photography,” says George Miles, the William Robertson Coe Curator of Western Americana at t...
Yale University and Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU) launched the SJTU-Yale Immune-metabolic Research Center (SYIRC) at a ceremony at the SJTU School of Medicine on Sept. 11. The signers in attendance were Donald Filer, associate vice president for global strategy at Yale ...
Informed by her expertise in Europe and her years of international reporting, Anne Applebaum, a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian, journalist and commentator on geopolitics, shares perspectives on, as well as implications of, today’s volatile world events throug...
A new Yale-based research initiative is developing the science needed to scale-up promising anti-poverty programs so that they can benefit the greatest number of people. The Yale Research Initiative on Innovation and Scale, or Y-RISE, brings together leading researchers in ec...
Former South African president Nelson Mandela once emphasized that the war against AIDS could not be won without confronting the country’s tuberculosis epidemic. For the last 16 years, a group of Yale researchers in the Yale AIDS Program has been doing just that through ...
Yale Alumni Service Corps (YASC) is in its landmark 10th year, having organized trips across the globe that have helped thousands of people in underserved communities ranging from Brazil to India to West Virginia — all while leaving a lasting impression on...