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The European Studies Council and Council on Latin American & Iberian Studies have created a collection of interviews titled “On the Ground Perspectives.” This new series features Yale's international academic collaborators and institutional partners, invest...
Since the 1970s and even before, the goals of environmental protection and economic development were seen as incongruent with each other. However, the climate crisis of today and its impact on the most vulnerable populations and nations has renewed the interest in this debate ...
Stephen M. Strittmatter, MD, PhD, Vincent Coates Professor of Neurology and professor of neuroscience, has been named a laureate of the 2021 King Faisal Prize for Medicine for his work in regenerative medicine in neurological conditions. The King Faisal Foundation, e...
Yale and Brazil Webinar graphic
A new webinar series ‘Supporting Future Science Research’ at Yale was launched in Fall 2020 and was completed in Spring 2021. It was created with the aim of promoting opportunities for Brazilian students to meet Yale researchers and learn about and be a part o...
Yale University Art Gallery announced the completion of a yearlong reinstallation of a portion of the African art galleries. Breaking from a thematic arrangement of objects, the new displays now focus in on distinct African cultural zones, highlighting masterpieces from the co...
Anderson Brito
A major challenge surrounding public health measures to tackle the global pandemic of COVID-19 is to determine the pace of its spread in a given location. Researchers at Yale, led by Nathan Grubaugh, assistant professor at the Yale School of Public Health, develope...
Phyllis Mugadza
Phyllis Mugadza '21 BA, '22 MPH says she wasn’t entirely familiar with the U.S. college experience when attending high school in Zimbabwe, but when she learned about the Yale Young African Scholars (YYAS) program, she applied and was accepted. “It was the f...
John Kerry, whose involvement at Yale and in the Biden administration was recently profiled by Yale News, has been instrumental in the launch of the Jackson Institute.  Since joining Jackson in 2017, Kerry has taught and collaborated with undergraduates and graduate stud...
Cécile Fromont is an associate professor in the history of art department at Yale University and a member of the Council on Latin American and Iberian Studies (CLAIS). Her writing and teaching focus on the visual, material, and religious culture of Africa and Latin Amer...

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