Events Calendar

  • Saturday 7/24/21

    • Jul 24
      3:00PM – 5:00PM
      Online
      Add to Calendar 2021-07-24T15:00:00 2021-07-24T17:00:00 America/New_York 1stGenYale Presents Alumni Perspectives: Navigating Yale & Beyond

      For the sixth year in a row, 1stGenYale is proud to participate in the First-year Scholars at Yale (FSY) program – virtually this summer. FSY is designed especially for incoming Yale College students from low-income, under-resourced backgrounds, and among the first in their families to attend college.

      Even before these 92 invited students start their fall semester, FSY prepares them for their transition to become Yale students. They live on campus, learn about campus life, sharpen their academic skills, and learn about Yale's resources, including alumni like you!

      Join us and share your own "Alumni Perspectives: Navigating Yale & Beyond":

      • Looking back, what was your experience like at Yale? How did you create your own path?
      • What courses, extracurriculars/leadership opportunities, and experiences were most impactful to you?
      • How did you blend your cultural and family heritage to find your own voice while being a Yalie?
      • Can you describe your career journey: a straight path, meandering river, or more like a jungle gym?
      • How do students take advantage of Yale – seek advice, reach out to counselors, meet with faculty, find research & travel opportunities, and network with alumni?
      • What one piece of advice would you like to share?

      We want the students to get to know and be able to contact you after this initial event. We have found that alumni who participate in our FSY summer alumni program continue to build relationships with these students throughout their four years.

      Two Steps to Participate:

      1. Register by July 14.
      2. Submit your brief biography for the students  no later than July 16.

      The event is on Saturday, July 24, from 3 to 5 p.m. ET via Zoom. It will include an overall discussion with the alumni panel and fellow alumni, followed by breakout rooms for smaller group conversations. Thank you for joining us in welcoming our incoming students to Yale. See you soon!

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    • Jul 24, 2021
      Starts at 7:30PM
      Online
      Add to Calendar 2021-07-24T19:30:00 2021-07-24T19:30:00 America/New_York Norfolk Chamber Music Festival – Miró Quartet Here at the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival located in Norfolk, CT, we are excited to bring you a full summer of thrilling chamber music concerts, performed by esteemed artists and ensembles , as well as by our talented Fellows. Although we are not able to welcome live audiences into the Music Shed this summer, we hope you will join us for our live streams. PROGRAM WALKER - Lyric for Strings BEETHOVEN - String Quartet in B-Flat Major, Op. 130, "Liebquartett" Stream the concert live from our website or Facebook page! https://music.yale.edu/livestream-norfolk https://www.facebook.com/norfolkchambermusic/ false
  • Sunday 7/25/21

  • Monday 7/26/21

    • Jul 26
      7:30PM – 9:00PM
      Online
      Add to Calendar 2021-07-26T19:30:00 2021-07-26T21:00:00 America/New_York YaleWomen Writers' Group false
  • Wednesday 7/28/21

    • Jul 28
      5:00PM – 6:00PM
      Online
      Add to Calendar 2021-07-28T17:00:00 2021-07-28T18:00:00 America/New_York Disability & Climate Change: Why Resilient and Inclusive Policies Matter?

      Join the Yale DiversAbility Alumni Group and Yale Blue Green for a livestream forum with our panel of experts and scholars to discuss the intersectionality of disability and climate change. Questions we will address and explore include:

      • What is the current state of environmental policy?
      • Why are resilient, inclusive policies important?
      • Who is impacted by inaccessible and exclusionary planning and infrastructure?
      • How do these policies impact everyone?
      • What actions can be taken to help make positive policy changes?

      ​​​​​​​From this program viewers will gain a better understanding and appreciation for the steps that can be taken to develop a more accessible and sustainable world, one that is better prepared for climate change and its destructive forces.

      MODERATORS

      • Benjamin Nadolsky ’18 – Co-chair, Yale DiversAbility Alumni Group
      • Lauren Graham ’13 MEM – Chair, Yale Blue Green

      PANELISTS

      • Sasha Kosanic – Lecturer/Physical Geographer, Liverpool John Moores University
      • Yolanda Muñoz – Project Coordinator (Disability-Inclusive Climate Action Research Programme), McGill University
      • Marcie Roth – Executive Director & CEO, World Institute on Disability
      • Valerie Novack – Disability Policy Researcher; PhD Candidate (Land Use Planning and Management/Development), Utah State University
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  • Thursday 7/29/21

    • Jul 29
      8:00AM – 9:00AM
      Online
      Add to Calendar 2021-07-29T08:00:00 2021-07-29T09:00:00 America/New_York Blue Is Where the Message Is: Reading Chinese Painting Through Azurite and Malachite The discourse on color in Chinese painting has long been dominated by a focus on archaism, or the stylistic paradigms established by Song and Yuan masters, including the evolutions of these paradigms in subsequent periods. However, there are other ways of looking at Chinese painting colors beyond reflecting on this preeminent theme. Focusing on textual sources and three works by Zhao Mengfu, Wen Zhengming, and Tang Yin, this talk explores the choice and positional significance of color within a composition in traditional Chinese painting. For example, Zhao Mengfu, in his Self-Portrait, manipulated the locations of azurite and its connatural counterpart, malachite, in the composition to reinforce the messages connoted by other pictorial motifs. In his Tao Gu Presenting a Poem, Tang Yin uses azurite and the direction of a houseboy’s gaze and posture to draw viewers’ attention to the wine flask, reinforcing the significance of wine in Tao Gu’s fiasco. Wen Zhengming, likewise, uses malachite to guide viewers and connect different scenes in Heavy Snow in Mountain Passes. This talk argues that an artist’s choice of where in a composition a color is applied, or on which motif it is used, are potential clues for unpacking the meaning of color. false
    • Jul 29, 2021
      Starts at 7:00PM
      Online
      Add to Calendar 2021-07-29T19:00:00 2021-07-29T19:00:00 America/New_York Yale Science & Engineering Association Award for Meritorious Service: A Conversation with Elie Track ’88 PhD and Joseph Cerro ’89

      The Yale Science & Engineering Association (YSEA) is delighted to present the YSEA Award for Meritorious Service to Yale University to Elie Track Ph.D ’88 in Physics and Joe Cerro ’89 in Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry and hold a conversation co-moderated by James Lockman ’89 and Luna Aguilar ’24. The award is conferred upon a distinguished scientist or engineer who has given outstanding service to Yale University, or a member of the broader community who has given outstanding service to science or engineering at Yale University.

      Previous award winners include leading educators, advisors to United States Presidents, noted philanthropists, university presidents, and alumni volunteers who have helped to create an outstanding community for science, technology, engineering and mathematics at Yale.

      This program has been brought to the Yale community by the YSEA, in partnership with the Yale Alumni Association Shared Interest Groups. 

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    • Jul 29
      7:00PM – 8:30PM
      Online
      Add to Calendar 2021-07-29T19:00:00 2021-07-29T20:30:00 America/New_York YSBS/WISAY Non-Academic Career Panel Unsure of what to do after graduation? Want to know more about your options for careers after a science degree? Women in Science At Yale (WISAY) and The Yale Student Business Society (YSBS) know that planning your career path after grad school is a daunting task, so we've solicited the help of successful women who have been where you are! This panel features five women who have completed various science-related degrees at different stages in their careers with diverse paths. You'll learn about potential careers and have your questions answered from the comfort of your own home! false