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George Ssenyange
Yale is known worldwide as an institution that successfully leverages the power of partnerships and networks to transform the educational experiences and career opportunities of students, while also producing remarkable outcomes in science and global health.  George Ssen...
The celebrated novelist and essayist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, who received her master of arts in African studies from Yale in 2008, will be this year’s Class Day speaker, members of the Yale College Class of 2019 have announced. Class Day, scheduled for the afternoon o...
Mulago National Specialized Hospital
  While the United States is still one of the few countries where physician assistants (PA) play an active role on health care teams, a significant number of Yale School of Medicine (YSM) Physician Associate Program students have participated in clinical rotations outsid...
The CoWrks Foundry in India
  Globalization, changing lifestyles, and urbanization have a significant impact on the health of communities in India and around the world. To address these growing health and social disparities, the Yale Institute for Global Health (YIGH) has partnered with...
Visitors to the Yale and the World website can quickly get a sense of the scope of Yale’s international involvement and the variety of projects, initiatives, and experiences undertaken by students, faculty, and alumni by clicking on the Global Engagements ...
Gary Locke ‘72, the former U.S. ambassador to China (2011-14) and Governor of Washington (1997-2005), spoke at a Davenport College tea on Wednesday. “Elections are won or lost in the middle,” he said, while emphasizing the importance of galvanizing the workin...
President Peter Salovey
    Yale University President Peter Salovey said he feels proud of the school's long and close ties with China and wants to further strengthen the relationship. His comments came amid the US government's tightening of visa restrictions for Chinese students...
Doreen Adengo ’05
  In her hometown of Kampala, Uganda, Doreen Adengo ’05 M. Arch. co-curated a chapter of ‘African Modernism’–an exhibition that documents how African nations celebrated their postcolonial identity through architecture.   In the late 195...
Dr. Christine Ngaruiya
  In today’s world, non-communicable diseases (NCDs) such as cancers, heart and respiratory disease, diabetes, and Alzheimer’s — to name just a few — have quietly emerged as a pandemic of silent killers to collectively become the leading cause of ...
The Engineers Without Borders-Yale team helps local officials in Naitolia, Tanzania survey the top of existing embankment dam.
  Yale University continuously leverages the power of partnerships and global networks to solve problems around the world. The work of the Yale chapter of Engineers Without Borders USA (EWB-Yale) is a perfect example of how such an approach can create and foste...

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