Events Calendar

  • Tuesday 1/15/19

    • Jan 15
      1:00PM – 2:00PM
      Webinar
      Add to Calendar 2019-01-15T18:00:00 2019-01-15T19:00:00 'US/Eastern' Career Transitions Webinar

      Join YaleWomen and the Yale Alumni Association (Careers, Life, and Yale) for a webinar on a topic relevant to so many alums: career transitions! Led by YaleWomen Council member Amy Armitage ’85 SOM of Nexus Peer Groups and moderated by SOM career coach Cindy Cornell, this webinar features four Yale women alums sharing their career-transition experiences due to job loss, re-entering the workforce after taking time off to raise one’s children, or a desire to re-invent oneself and switch careers entirely.

      The 40-minute discussion will be followed by a 20-minute Q&A, giving you the chance to actively engage with, and obtain advice from, Amy, Cindy, and our panelists.

    • Jan 15
      6:00PM – 8:00PM
      Iron Horse Tap Room, Washington, DC
      Add to Calendar 2019-01-15T23:00:00 2019-01-16T01:00:00 'US/Eastern' Monthly Happy Hour at Iron Horse Tap Room

      Every Third Tuesday - Monthly Happy Hours with the Yale Club of DC

      Join fellow alumni from Yale College, Graduate schools, and Professional schools for our monthly happy hours at Iron Horse Taproom—on the first Tuesday of every month! Enjoy Iron Horse’s terrific happy hour specials ($2 OFF ALL DRAFTS, $5 WINE, AND $5 RAIL DRINKS) while mingling with fellow Yalies. Free, light snacks also provided!

      Iron Horse Tap Room, Washington, DC — 507 7th St. NW
  • Wednesday 1/16/19

    • Jan 16
      6:00PM – 8:00PM
      Evening Star Building, Washington, DC
      Add to Calendar 2019-01-16T23:00:00 2019-01-17T01:00:00 'US/Eastern' Yale Club Dinner with Bob Woodward '65

      Join the Yale Club of Washington, D.C. for a private dinner with Bob Woodward ’65, world-renowned author and investigative journalist with The Washington Post. Bob will discuss his latest book, Fear: Trump in the White House, in which he explores the inner workings of the Trump White House. Bob has also agreed to sign copies of his book, which will be available for purchase. 

      This dinner will inaugurate a new DC Yale Club event series called “Dinner with the Yale Club”, which will feature prominent and interesting Yale graduates in various fields, who will be invited to discuss important issues of our time in which they are, or have been, significantly involved. 

      For more information, contact Yvette Rivers of the Yale Club of Washington, DC. 

  • Thursday 1/17/19

  • Monday 1/21/19

    • Jan 21
      3:00PM – 5:30PM
      Sheffield Theater at Moorings Park, Naples, FL
      Add to Calendar 2019-01-21T20:00:00 2019-01-21T22:30:00 'US/Eastern' The Science of Aging: Research at Yale on What You Can Do for Your Health and Healthcare

      What does it take to get a good night’s sleep? What can you do to stay safe while you’re mobile? How can you get your healthcare to focus on what matters most to you? These are questions that Yale researchers grapple with, and on January 21 we’ll have a chance to hear about what they’re learning. Join us for a panel discussion with four eminent faculty members from Yale: Dr. Leo Cooney, Professor of Geriatric Medicine; Dr. Mary Tinetti, Professor of Geriatric Medicine; Dr. James Lai, Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine; and Dr. Brienne Miner, Medical Instructor and Sleep Specialist. These engaging School of Medicine speakers will share their discoveries from the cutting edge of research, and they’ll be happy to answer questions from the audience.

      A reception with refreshments will follow the panel. The reception will provide the opportunity for continued engagement with our esteemed guests.

      Sheffield Theater at Moorings Park, Naples, FL — 120 Moorings Park Drive
  • Thursday 1/24/19

    • Jan 24
      12:00PM – 1:00PM
      Online
      Add to Calendar 2019-01-24T17:00:00 2019-01-24T18:00:00 'US/Eastern' Financial Life After Yale (Webinar)

      Join Yalie Tara Falcone ’11, CFA, CFP®, and founder of ReisUP. Learn how to (i) recognize and accept your financial past and present; (ii) create specific, meaningful, and achievable money goals; and (iii) put smart systems in place to fuel your financial future. Tara was a first-gen, low-income student at Yale. After graduating, she began her career as a NYC hedge fund analyst. In 2015, she left to dedicate her time and knowledge to a larger audience through ReisUP. ReisUP is a financial services company committed to increasing financial education and access. Its flagship program, LIT™, teaches college students how properly to manage their personal finances. Tara’s mission is to empower people to “rise up” and achieve larger life goals through a solid financial foundation. The event is free.

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  • Friday 1/25/19

    • Jan 25
      7:00PM – 9:00PM
      Whitney Humanities Center - Auditorium
      Add to Calendar 2019-01-26T00:00:00 2019-01-26T02:00:00 'US/Eastern' "The Price of Everything" Film Screening and Panel Discussion with Director Nathaniel Kahn '85

      Followed by a conversation with the director; producer Carla Solomon (YC ‘75); and Heather Pontonio, Senior Program Director (Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation); moderator, Jock Reynolds, Henry J. Heinz II Director, Yale Art Gallery (retired)

      Sponsored by Development Office, Yale Art Gallery, Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation, and Films at the Whitney, supported by the Barbakow Fund for Innovative Film Programs at Yale

      Whitney Humanities Center - Auditorium — 53 Wall Street
    • Jan 25
      7:30PM – 8:30PM
      Yale Divinity School
      Add to Calendar 2019-01-26T00:30:00 2019-01-26T01:30:00 'US/Eastern' Using Clarity, Beauty and Inspiration to Inspire Change: A Leadership Exploration

      Jason McLennan, considered one of the world’s most influential leaders in architecture and the green building movement, works closely with world leaders, Fortune 500 companies, leading NGO’s, major universities, and celebrities and influential development companies in the pursuit of a world that is socially just, culturally rich, and ecologically restorative.

      Yale Divinity School — 409 Prospect Street