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SEAS faculty members
Jaehong Kim, the Henry P. Becton Sr. Professor of Chemical & Environmental Engineering at Yale's School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS), is nationally and internationally recognized as a leader in the field of environmental nanotechnology and water quality en...
Beinecke Library at Yale
Yale has a vast collection of over 20,000 volumes of Korean literary works covering a variety of subjects in the humanities and social sciences, with emphasis on history, archaeology, art history, literature and Buddhism dating back to the mid-19th century. Across the universi...
SOM students
Yale School of Management (SOM) professor of operations management, Sang Kim, taught a spring semester International Experience course with a focus on Korean business culture and economic history. For SOM students, the International Experience courses serve as a case study in...
South Asia Podcasts
Yale faculty, researchers, and guests share their expertise related to South Asia in recent podcast episodes, including: Ramachandra Guha, acclaimed author and historian, joined Sunil Amrith, Chair of South Asian Studies Council, for a wide-ranging discussion about India&...
Chaste Niwe
In an interview with the Office of International Affairs, Rwandan alumnus Chaste Niwe '19 shares how his Yale education equipped him to participate in efforts to build the next generation of leaders in Rwanda.  Will you share a little about your background...
Patrícia Lino is an assistant professor of Afro-Luso-Brazilian Literatures and Visual Arts at UCLA and currently is also a Visiting Assistant Professor at Yale. In this video, she talks about her time at Yale as well as about the educational experience she’s deliv...
Esther da Costa Meyer is a Visiting Professor at the Yale School of Architecture, where she got her PhD. In this video, she talks about her experience at the School of Architecture and about the courses she has been teaching there.   Learn more about Professor da Cost...
The Maurice E. Greenberg World Fellows Program has invited 16 international leaders to join their 22nd cohort. Since the program’s start in 2002, it has welcomed over 400 fellows from 96 countries.  Four Africans will be part of the World Fellows class of 2023. They...
A new Yale initiative focused on African security recently hosted a two-day conference, “After Bandung: Africa and China in a New Era,” on April 21-22 in New Haven.  Part of the International Security Studies research hub at the Jackson School of Global ...

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