Events Calendar

  • Thursday 1/27/22

    • Jan 27 – Jan 29
      Add to Calendar 2022-01-27T08:30:00 2022-01-29T15:00:00 America/New_York 28th Annual Yale International Society of Tropical Foresters Conference The Yale Chapter of the International Society of Tropical Foresters (ISTF) will host its 28th Annual Conference: “Rethinking Restoration and Recovery: Landscapes of the Past, Present, and Future in the Tropics” on January 27 - 29th, 2022. The conference will be free to attend and registration is live on our website The 2022 conference will facilitate a space to consider challenges and opportunities for scaling the restoration and recovery of tropical landscapes as we enter the UN Decade on Restoration. The conference seeks to weave together historically, ecologically, and socially relevant perspectives on timescales of threat, degradation, and recovery. The conference will be held virtually via Zoom, and the agenda can be found here: false
    • Jan 27, 2022
      Starts at 7:00PM
      Add to Calendar 2022-01-27T19:00:00 2022-01-27T19:00:00 America/New_York 2021 Yale Alumni Recognition Awards Ceremony Board of Governors Excellence Award winners

      Please join us for a celebration of this year’s YAA Leadership Awards, Alumni Schools Committee Service Awards, Yale Alumni Fund Chair's Awards, and YAA Board of Governors Excellence Awards for alumni groups and programs.

      Together, we will congratulate these outstanding volunteers and groups for their efforts on behalf of Yale and their communities.

      Clockwise from top left: Nik Khakee, Joe English, Yvette Soliz Rivers, Jeffrey Juger, Jennifer Madar, and Julien Mininberg
    • Jan 27
      8:00PM – 9:00PM
      Add to Calendar 2022-01-27T20:00:00 2022-01-27T21:00:00 America/New_York Careers, Life, and Yale Thursday Show: The Whiffs, Then and Now

      As part of the YAA's Careers, Life, and Yale Thursday evening online program, please join us this Thursday for a panel discussion "The Whiffenpoofs: Then and Now" with Whiff alumni & current members.

      The Whiffenpoofs are Yale’s oldest and best known singing group. Founded in 1909, the Whiffs now count hundreds of living alumni and students among their current and former members. What was it like "way back when" and how do things differ today? 

      Join us at 8pm EST on January 27 for a lively Thursday evening discussion featuring several Whiffs from today and yesteryear including:

      The Whiffenpoofs Then and Now
  • Friday 1/28/22

  • Monday 1/31/22

  • Tuesday 2/1/22

    • Feb 1
      2:30PM – 3:45PM
      Add to Calendar 2022-02-01T14:30:00 2022-02-01T15:45:00 America/New_York PRFDHR Seminar: What Is Home? Stories of Belonging from the New Syrian Diaspora, Professor Wendy Pearlman What is home? While of universal significance, this question gains special meaning in contexts of forced migration, as the violent dislodging of persons from their established moorings brings to the fore dynamics of home-making that are obscured in more settled circumstances. This presentation will introduce Professor Wendy Pearlman current book project, which explores experiences of losing home, searching for home, finding home, or not finding home based on 475 original interviews that she has conducted since 2012 with Syrian refugees, migrants, and asylum-seekers, now residing on five continents. false