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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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The Yale Office of International Affairs has released the March 2023 edition of Global Engagement News. It contains a selection of stories that highlight Yale's most recent work across our campus and around the world. Topics in this edition include: climate ...
The Office of International Affairs is excited to release the March 2023 edition of Focus on Africa. Addressing all of the latest news at Yale related to the continent, the newsletter includes an interview with Cajetan Iheka, the new Chair of the Council of African Studies at ...
Cajetan
In January 2023, Cajetan Iheka, Professor of English, was appointed as the new Chair of the Yale MacMillan Center’s Council on African Studies (CAS). In an interview with the Office of International Affairs, Iheka shared his personal passion and vision for CAS.&nb...
Waweru
Paleoanthropologist Veronica Waweru, senior lecturer in the MacMillan Center’s Council on African Studies, has developed a unique community excavation initiative in East Africa. Waweru (pictured above, at left) collaborated with US and Kenyan institutions and locals in...
Born and raised in Ecuador, Yale student David Alzate '24 is currently pursuing an MPP at the Jackson School of Global Affairs with the aim of identifying ways to implement and scale evidence-based solutions in international development. He recently took p...
white house meeting
Yale’s Janette Yarwood, Director for Africa and the Middle East in the Office of International Affairs, participated in a February meeting at the White House to follow up on the 2022 US-Africa Leaders Summit. The White House sought to discuss follow-up to the Summit an...
FoLA
The Office of International Affairs is excited to announce the release of the March 2023 edition of its new Focus on Latin America newsletter. It covers all the news on faculty research, climate change, and public health pertaining to ongoing Yale-Latin America relat...
Cécile Fromont, professor of the History of Art, was featured in the Netflix docudrama “African Queens: Njinga.” This four-part series focuses on the leadership of Njinga, the 17th-century queen of the Ndongo and Matamba territories, which is modern-day ...

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