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The Office of International Affairs has released the September 2023 edition of the Focus on Africa newsletter. This edition features original stories about the Yale Young African Scholars program conducted in summer of this year, an interview with Omobalaji Olarinmoye, Librari...
YYAS students standing in a formation depicting the outline of Africa
Over the summer, secondary school students from across Africa engaged in the Yale Young African Scholars academic enrichment program. With the successful relaunch of the residential program, after having entirely online programming since the beginning of the pandemic, 48 stude...
Oh Se-hoon, the mayor of the Republic of Korea’s capital city of Seoul, visited Yale on Thursday. He met with Yale President Peter Salovey, toured the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, and delivered a lecture on Seoul’s approach to inclusive growth at the ...
Lewis and Mitsotakis
On September 21, 2023, Prime Minister of Greece Kyriakos Mitsotakis visited Yale University's Schwarzman Center to engage in a dialogue with Yale College Dean Pericles Lewis. The event, part of the Dean's Dialogue Series, saw the Prime Minister emphasizing the importan...
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With the start of the fall semester, the latest issue of Yale's Global Engagement News highlights the university's ongoing international research, partnerships, and initiatives. It features stories on the diversity of the newest class at the Jackson School of Global Af...
Photo of Omobalaji Olarinmoye
Omobalaji Olarinmoye, a scholar of politics, international development, religious studies, and peacebuilding, recently assumed the position of Librarian of African Studies at the Sterling Memorial Library. In an interview with the Office of International Affairs, Olarinmoye sh...
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In addition to the Latin American Series, which brings experts on and important figures in Latin American law and politics to Yale during the academic year, two other Law School programs that focus on Latin America hold activities in the region itself each summer, the Seminari...
Julie Zimmerman
As Yale’s commitment to responding to global challenges including climate change, biodiversity, and planetary health moves to a new level, Julie Zimmerman has been appointed as the university’s inaugural vice provost for planetary solutions. In a recent interview ...
Yale Men's Basketball team in Greece
School may not have been in session, but Yale students, faculty, and affiliates were active across the globe and on campus this summer. From the men’s basketball team traveling to Greece, to international students coming to Yale for the summer, here's a round-up of i...
Viacheslav Lytvynenko
Historian Viacheslav Lytvynenko has come to Yale Divinity School to resume his research under the auspices of the Scholars at Risk program which provides a temporary, usually year-long, professional appointment to scholars, activists, writers, and artists who are facing persec...

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