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KASY
On April 7th, Yale extracurricular group Korean American Students at Yale (KASY) held their largest annual event, the KASY Cultural Show, highlighting Korean culture on Yale's campus. Students performed a variety of acts, including singing, dancing, Taekwondo, and acting a...
Salovey and Kim
Theodore “Ted” Kim, two-time Academy Award winner and associate professor of computer science in the Yale School of Engineering & Applied Science, was recently featured on President Peter Salovey’s 'YaleTalk' podcast. The episode featured a discus...
President Salvoes at SNU
Yale University President Peter Salovey arrived in Seoul on March 22 with a delegation of staff members to focus on strengthening Yale’s ongoing engagement in the region. Salovey met with alumni and collaborators at South Korean institutions to continue buildin...
World Fellows 2023
Yale’s Maurice R. Greenberg World Fellows Program has named its 2023 class of World Fellows. This cohort of16 individuals are global leaders working in the environment, government, technology, conflict-resolution, international development, and business, around the world...
On March 30th, the Yale Africa Startup Review selected 30 startups from across the African continent for their #YASR30 2023 List. YASR is a project led by students and alumni of the Yale School of Management who seek to connect investors with African startups. Every year th...
In early March, the Yale Economic Growth Center hosted the 32nd Annual Kuznets Memorial Lecture at Yale with live simulcast online. Hosted annually since 1987, the Simon Kuznets Memorial Lecture features a prominent economist speaking on issues in economic development. This ye...
PCIA meeting
Yale President Peter Salovey gathered with members of his President's Council on International Activities (PCIA) for a two-day meeting at the Greenberg Conference Center, March 27 and 28. Since its formation in 1998, the Council's advice has proved invaluable in guidi...
Jieun Pyun, the Director for Asia in Yale’s Office of International Affairs, traveled to South Korea in March to build new connections and strengthen existing relationships between Yale and partners in Korea.  During her inaugural trip to the region in th...
Grace Kao at Korea University
Grace Kao, the IBM Professor of Sociology and Professor of Ethnicity, Race and Migration at Yale, traveled to South Korea to present her research at several leading Korean academic institutions, including Korea University and Yonsei University. Her latest research focuses on t...

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