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Yale has received a $15 million, five-year U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) award to advance research utilization in Liberia’s health sector. This award will fund the continuation of Yale’s strong partnership with the University of Liberia and Vand...
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The new Fulbright Distinguished Scholar Award in Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences at Yale University will give one $30,000 award for a Brazilian scholar to spend one academic semester per year lecturing and researching beginning in the fall term 2022 or spring term 2023 f...
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India ranks 140th among 156 Nations in the World Economic Forum’s 2021 Gender Gap Index and is only ahead of Pakistan and Afghanistan in South Asia with some of the world’s lowest labor force participation rates. In their latest research, Yale economists  ...
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Yale’s Environmental Leadership & Training Initiative (ELTI) recently finalized a series of short videos highlighting courses delivered in partnership with International Union for Conservation of Nature in Togo, Madagascar and Ethiopia for environmental dec...
International Collaboration
A team of scientists from Yale-NUS College, ETH Zurich, and Yale University have discovered how leafbirds make complex color-producing crystals with highly desirable optical and electronic properties. These crystals may serve as inspiration for multifunctional application...
EGC research in India
As South Asia struggles with the second wave of coronavirus infections which has hit India and Nepal particularly hard, new lockdowns across the region have been put into place, once again impacting the livelihoods of millions of people. Yale researchers at the Economic Growth...
In 1873, 12-year-old Yan Phou Lee left China to study in the United States. Over the next 50 years he became a popular orator, the first Asian American to publish a book in English, a fierce opponent of anti-Chinese prejudice, and a graduate of the Yale College Class of 1887 &...
Yale Climate Day
In a conversation with President Peter Salovey recorded during Yale Climate Day, Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry said the U.S. economy is headed for a massive overhaul as private and public entities coalesce around more sustainable energy policies and technol...
Yale Young Global Scholars (YYGS) is excited to welcome a record number of 2,400 outstanding high school students from 150 countries around the world (including 54 U.S. states and territories). Beginning in June, these students will attend YYGS Connect, a virtual program that ...
PEAKS webinar
A recent program designed by Yale's Office of International Affairs (OIA) brought together representatives of Japanese universities, government, and corporate entities with Yale experts for a month-long series of online meetings to discuss the building blocks of innovation...

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