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Yale-NUS College has organized a series of collaborative webinars which will take place throughout the Spring 2021 semester focused on timely topics and featuring faculty from Yale, Yale-NUS, and National University of Singapore (NUS). The series is intended for audiences...
The Yale Global Mental Health Program (GMHP) begins 2021 with new teaching and trainee leadership. Theddeus Iheanacho, MD, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, and Sirikanya (Sanya) Sellers, MD, a first-year resident, are the new faculty and residency leaders, respectively. Bot...
On December 9, the Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences co-hosted “Steps Toward International Climate Governance” as a Zoom webinar. The program, which featured remarks from the ...
Paul Kuznets (second from left) with colleagues from the Bank of Korea during the 1966-67 academic year as part of the Country Studies program. Photo courtesy Paul Kuznets.
United Nations consultant, algorithmic stock trader, chief economist of the Office of Management and Budget, Marxist theorist. These are just some of the jobs held by the alumni of the Country Studies program, the flagship research agenda of Yale’s Economic Growth Center...
A Yale team’s research into the COVID-19 pandemic’s effects on India’s most vulnerable populations, including urban laborers who lost their jobs and returned to the countryside, is providing policymakers the data they need to address the crisis.  Led by...
The European Studies Council and Council on Latin American & Iberian Studies have published a series of interviews on their website titled “On the Ground Perspectives.” This new series features our international academic collaborators and institutional partners...
Undergraduate Students Current Yale undergradates have unique persepctives on transitioning from Brazil to Yale.  Hannah Neves Hannah is a member of the Yale College class of 2023. She shares her experience as a Brazilian undergraduate student at Yale in the video bel...
An index that evaluates the performance of municipalities for early childhood development was developed through a partnership between researchers from Yale and Brazilian universities. Yale School of Public Health associate researcher Gabriela Buccini explains the partners...
Learn more about the international partnerships and research being done by members of the Council on Latin American and Iberian Studies.  Erika Helgen Erika Helgen is Associate Professor of Latin American and Latinx Christianity at the Yale Divinity School. Published...
The partnership between Yale University and the University of São Paulo (USP) has been growing annually with the development of joint research, technology transfer agreements, and exchange of students and scholars. The most recent initiative is focused on the Institutio...

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