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Four former U.S. secretaries of state shared a stage at Woolsey Hall on April 18 and offered their insights on the state of democracy both at home and abroad. Madeleine Albright, Condoleezza Rice, Hillary Clinton ’73 J.D., and John Kerry ’66 B.A. — four of t...
Though Yalies have joined Yale-NUS students for learning experiences abroad before, this year will mark the first time that Yale-NUS has reserved two spots for Yale students in each of its summertime “Learning Across Boundaries” programs. The programs — usua...
Steven I. Wilkinson
Steven I. Wilkinson, the Nilekani Professor of India and South Asian Studies and a professor of political science and international affairs, will be the next Henry R. Luce Director of the Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale. He wi...
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Africa is urbanizing fast, as its population grows and many flocks to cities in search of jobs, education and healthcare. Studies show that hundreds of millions more Africans will live in cities over the next three decades. Many of these new urban Africans, however, are like...
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A meet-and-greet at La Casa Cultural Center in honor of “50 Years of Latinos at Yale” on April 12 brought together students and alumni from across the generations to share experiences and reminisce about the history and evolution of Latinos at Yale. &ldq...
YAI
When President Peter Salovey announced the Yale Africa Initiative (YAI) during his inaugural address in 2013, he promised to foster new directions in research on Africa, identify new partnerships, and strengthen recruitment efforts — all while emphasizing teach...
Jackson Institute
The Yale Board of Trustees has approved the transformation of the university’s Jackson Institute for Global Affairs into a school, President Peter Salovey announced April 6.    The new school will apply evidence-based scholarship to challenges of ma...
Africa Salon, Yale’s contemporary African arts and culture festival, returns to New Haven Friday, April 12 – Saturday, April 13. The fifth annual Africa Salon festival will bring poets, writers, filmmakers, comedians, and musical artists to Yale and New Haven...
The Yale Kerry Initiative will host the two-day conference, “Challenges to Democracy at Home and Abroad,” April 17-18, 2019, at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. The event will bring together key figures from government, the military, the press ...
Drs. Friedland, Moll and Shenoi at Celebration
Gerald Friedland, MD, professor emeritus and senior research scientist in medicine (infectious diseases) and professor emeritus of medicine, epidemiology and public health; was recently honored at a ceremony at the HIV clinic in Tugela Ferry, KwaZulu-Natal province, South...

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