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Create with IMPACT
  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Create with IMPACT

Join us for Create with IMPACT, a virtual series that showcases the excellence and innovation of diverse backgrounds, highlights the work of Yale alumni creators, and provides insight into their creative process.

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Weili Cheng '77

At the start of a new year and a new semester, I want to take the opportunity to wish you the very best for 2022, with hopes that you and yours are safe and well and to assure you of your belonging in this special Yale community that we share.

YC reunions 2021 new header

Please read our latest update on reunion planning. Our guiding principle in our planning is and remains to maximize alumni attendance while prioritizing the health and safety of our Yale community.

 

Lux Et Femina: Women in Graphic Design

Lux et Femina: Women in Graphic Design at Yale, an exhibition hosted at Haas Library, is now open to all through a series of three online conversations between practicing graphic designers.

Yale Corporation 2022 Successor Trustees

Maurie McInnis ’90 MA, ’96 PhD, president of Stony Brook University, and Marta Lourdes Tellado ’02 PhD, president and CEO of Consumer Reports, have been named as successor trustees to the Yale Corporation, the university’s governing body.

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Spoleto Festival: Art and Culture in Charleston
  • Lifelong Learning

Yale Alumni College Summer Trips

Yale Alumni College is hitting the road this summer, with trips planned to the Spoleto Festival of Arts and Culture in Charleston, S.C., and the Glimmerglass Opera Experience in Cooperstown, N.Y. Register today!

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For Humanity: The Yale Campaign
  • The Yale Campaign

For Humanity

A university-wide effort, the For Humanity campaign is an opportunity to engage the entire Yale community. In addition to a financial target of $7 billion, the campaign's strategic goals support transparency, inclusion, and President Salovey’s vision of a stronger, more unified Yale.