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Participants in the Yale-China Children's Hospital Executive Leadership Workshop on the steps of the Yale School of Public Health (photo credit: Michael Greenwood)
Yale-China Children's Hospital Clinical Research Workshop participants on the steps of the Yale School of Public Health (photo courtesy of Yawei Zhang).   Two new training programs led by the Yale School of Public Health brought Chinese hospital officials,...
From left: Dena Schulman-Green, Yafa Haron, Shelli Feder, and David Collett have been collaborating on this project for more than three years.
A health care landscape without palliative and hospice care in the United States is still within living memory. Florence Wald, the fourth dean of YSN, introduced these concepts to Yale and the country in the mid-1960s. Decades later, other nations around the world are also ex...
Left to right: Kefentse Mzwinila ’99 M.A., Botswanan minister of land management, water and sanitation services; Yale President Peter Salovey; President Mokgweetsi Masisi of the Republic of Botswana; Yale Director for Africa Eddie Mandhry.
President Mokgweetsi Masisi of the Republic of Botswana and a delegation including First Lady Neo Jane Masisi visited Yale on June 6 for a series of meetings aimed at developing partnerships that would offer opportunities for research and capacity development in several diff...
Twenty health officials from 10 Latin American and Caribbean countries attend a series of workshops hosted by Yale School of Public Health to be trained in a new statistical method that evaluates the effectiveness of vaccines (photo credit: Kayoko Shioda).
Yale School of Public Health Associate Professor Daniel Weinberger addresses the gathering. Weinberger organized the conference. (Photo credit: Kayoko Shioda). As coordinator of Ecuador’s national immunization program, Yajaira Vásquez applies only the best evid...
Yale University, Office of the President
To the Yale Community, In recent weeks, tensions in United States–China relations and increased scrutiny of academic exchanges have added to a sense of unease among many international students and scholars here at Yale and at universities across the country. I write no...
Sari J. Siegel (Photo credit: Mara Lavitt)
Esther F. arrived at Auschwitz-Birkenau in August 1944 — a period when the camp’s crematoriums were operating at full capacity. Esther, a physician, was held for five days before being transported to Guben, a labor camp in Germany where she was assigned to care for...
2019 Leadership Forum for Strategic Impact
President Peter Salovey joins participants of the Leadership Forum for Strategic Impact, a keystone program of the Yale Africa Initiative, an ongoing effort by Yale to prioritize and expand upon its collaboration on the continent. This year, program participants on campus...
Sterling Professor of Economics William Nordhaus receives flowers from his intermediate macroeconomics class on Oct. 8, 2018 — the morning his Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences was announced. (Photo credit: Mara Lavitt)
The 2018-2019 academic year saw Yale faculty members honored with some of the world’s and the nation’s highest accolades — from Nobel and Pulitzer prizes, to a MacArthur award, and more — and with election to renowned national and international academie...
Yale students attend presidental address
Increased access to and affordability of a Yale education, construction of new landmark facilities for science and the humanities, and expanded opportunities for multidisciplinary teaching and scholarship are among the initiatives President Peter Salovey cited in his update on...
Schola
The internationally-renowned Yale Schola Cantorum (Schola), a chamber choir made up of students from across all of Yale University’s departments and professional schools, and Juilliard415, the period-instrument orchestra of Juilliard’s famous historical performance...

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