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  President Xi Jinping of China has marked 2049 — the centennial of the founding of the People’s Republic of China — as the date by which his country will be a fully developed and prosperous global power. A panel of Yale faculty on Nov. 2 cons...
Yale couple start business to improve global healthcare
  In today’s world, health, medicine, and wellness transcend the medical facility. Healthcare providers need a holistic view of people — their environments, behaviors, and psychographic characteristics — to improve health outcomes and wellness.  T...
China-Yale Youth Leaders Dialogue Concludes
Participants of the sixth annual China-Yale Youth Leaders Dialogue appear with Pericles Lewis, Yale University’s Vice President for Global Strategy and Deputy Provost for International Affairs, during the program closing ceremony held recently at the Greenberg Conference...
Schwarzman Director and Yale Students Shred it up!
Last month, Garth Ross, the Executive Director of the Schwarzman Center, attended a skateboarding, music, and media conference in Los Angeles, CA produced by L.A. County’s Ford Amphitheater and UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance. Two Yale students, J. Joseph&...
Celebrating New African Cuisine
Purveyor of ‘Nomadic Dining,’ Chef Selassie Atadika presents to members of the Yale community at an event presented by Yale Hospitality at Yale on York this past Thursday. During the event, Atadika, renowned for her ability to inspire a more communal dining experie...
This Thanksgiving members of the Yale community can make the holiday special by bringing something new to the table — specifically,  two or more of the university’s international students/scholars. Yale’s Office of International Students and Schola...
The Council on Latin American & Iberian Studies (CLAIS) at the Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale will join with the Brazilian Ministry of Education to co-host an interdisciplinary conference on the present status and future of Br...
Travel-related services for Yale community
  Each year the amount of travel to and from campus by Yale students, faculty, and staff increases, and with that, the probability of travel-related issues also rises. There are many services available to the Yale community to help them navigate any challenges that they ...
  Last spring, Kishwar Rizvi, professor of the history of art, led a group of eight graduate students to Dubai as part of her seminar “Museum and Nation.” Rizvi’s students conducted fieldwork there and later hosted a symposium on their research. The st...
  The greatest political divide in the world today is between order and disorder. That was one of the insights offered by Thomas Friedman, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author, who joined former Secretary of State John Kerry for a conversation on the state of ...