Yale-NUS College has organized a series of collaborative webinars to take place throughout the Spring 2021 semester focused on timely topics and featuring faculty from Yale, Yale-NUS, and National University of Singapore (NUS). The series is intended for audiences across all three campuses and beyond and will be hosted by Yale-NUS’s Dean of Faculty Office.
“We are delighted to feature leading scholars at Yale-NUS College along with those at Yale and NUS for engaging discourse on a diverse range of topics – from politics to public health and featuring faculty from the humanities, sciences and social sciences,” said Yale-NUS Dean of Faculty Jeannette Ickovics (also the Samuel and Liselotte Herman Professor of Behavioral and Social Sciences at the Yale School of Public Health). “Yale-NUS welcomes the opportunity to host these virtual meetings, where we will be joined by faculty, students, alumni, and friends of our extended academic communities to explore timely ideas from perspectives of both East and West” The series builds on the success of the recent webinar “American Elections” held in October – read more about that event.
The following sessions have taken place (click the links to read details and view recordings):
- January 19th 2021 - The Future of American Democracy
- February 4th 2021 - Reimagining Public Health: Global Leadership Perspectives for a Post-COVID World
To learn more about Yale’s partnership with Yale-NUS College, visit this page on the Yale and the World website.
To learn more at Yale-NUS College visit their website.