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Screenshot of the Yale-NUS College Residential Curriculum video.
Yale-NUS recently introduced their new Residential Curriculum which will teach students important life skills as part of their living and learning community. The Curriculum includes three main areas: Community Living and Engagement, Intercultural Engagement, and Wellness. Dr. ...
Yale Professor Mushfiq Mobarak describes the arc of his research on scalable, evidence-based policy responses to the deprivations of poverty. In a recent Q&A article published in Yale Insights, Mobarak discusses what led his team to launch the Yale Research Initiative ...
Linkage Program participants visit with former Yale Law School Dean Guido Calabresi (center), who is currently Senior Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, and Sterling Professor Emeritus of Law at Yale.
Yale Law School (YLS) offers experiences of exchange with universities in Argentina, Brazil, and Chile. Among these opportunities, the Linkage program offers distinctive features that allow students to gain exposure to legal systems of other countries, including inte...
Winds blowing palm trees
On September 23rd 2020 the Council on Latin American & Iberian Studies at the MacMillan Center at Yale will host a panel titled “Resistance & Resilience: Responses to the Climate Crisis from Cuba & Puerto Rico.” Panelists will discuss the diverse w...
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"African Women as Pillars of Resilience," the first in a series of public webinars, took place on 23 July 2020. The focus of this webinar, conducted in both English and French, was "Women Leading In Times of Crisis." The event was moderated by Biola Alabi a...
Yale Professor Arne Westad
Yale professor of History and Global Affairs Arne Westad has been named the next director of International Security Studies (ISS), Vice Provost Pericles Lewis announced on August 18. Westad’s appointment will start July 1, 2021. Westad, the Elihu Professor of History,...
Stuart Schwartz specializes in the history of colonial Latin America, especially Brazil and the history of early modern expansion. Schwartz is the author or editor of nineteen books and over 100 scholarly articles. His books related to Brazil include Early Latin America (1983)...
Professor Claudia Valeggia serves as a Chair on the Council of Latin american & Iberian Studies (CLAIS). In this video, Professor Valeggia discusses the important work CLAIS is doing on campus to keep students connected with Brazil.    Learn more about Yale a...
Albert Ko serves as the Department Chair and Professor of Epidemiology of Microbial Diseases at Yale School of Public Health. He is also a Professor of Medicine (Infectious Diseases) at Yale School of Medicine. Albert Ko’s research centers on the health problems that ha...

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