Events Calendar

  • Wednesday 12/1/21

    • Dec 1, 2021
      Starts at 7:30PM
      Add to Calendar 2021-12-01T19:30:00 2021-12-01T19:30:00 America/New_York Dwight Hall Public Service Fellowships Information Session

      Join this information session on on Zoom. We will be discussing available public service fellowship opportunities for undergraduates and postgraduate opportunities, as well as suggestions for writing a strong fellowship application. There will be an opportunity to connect with Yale’s Office of Career Strategy and the Yale Fellowships Office.

    • Dec 1
      8:00PM – 9:00PM
      Add to Calendar 2021-12-01T20:00:00 2021-12-01T21:00:00 America/New_York Graduate School of Arts & Sciences Perspectives: Lyndsey McMillon-Brown ’19 PhD The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and the Graduate School Alumni Association (GSAA) invite you to attend the next session of Perspectives: Conversations with Alumni designed to bridge our alumni and student communities, sharing alumni experiences and insights and opening opportunities for alumni and students to connect. Wednesday, December 1, 2021 8:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. ET featuring Lyndsey McMillon-Brown, '19 Ph.D., Chemical Engineering Moderated by Tarek Fadel '11 Ph.D., Engineering and Applied Science To register, click false
    • Dec 1
      8:00PM – 9:30PM
      Add to Calendar 2021-12-01T20:00:00 2021-12-01T21:30:00 America/New_York The On (and Off) Campus First Amendment Crisis Recent high-profile controversies suggest there is a First Amendment crisis on college campuses nationwide. Overt decisions to restrict controversial speakers, and more subtle efforts to suppress dissent, appear to be regular occurrences at institutions of higher education. Earlier this year, the Supreme Court addressed the sanctioning of a high school student's statements via Snapchat when she failed to make the varsity cheer squad. In this talk, Jessica will explore the hot topics of free speech on college campuses, including free speech areas and controversial speakers, the right to control curriculum and classroom speech, and the battle over student organization funding and government speech. About the Speaker Jessica Price, JD, is Associate General Counsel for the University of Oregon. Her portfolios include international risk, national security, and free speech. She serves as the primary attorney advising the research and student conduct portfolios at the university. Much of her work has focused on changing federal guidance and executive orders on sponsored research, foreign influence, immigration, and diversity. She spent six years at the ACLU of Southern California, litigating inmates' rights, English learner students' rights, and police practices, and managing a disability class action. She then worked at UCLA as a Special Assistant to the Vice Chancellor for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. Her work at UCLA included chairing appeals for student sexual misconduct matters, and serving as the Interim Title IX Coordinator. Ms. Price graduated from Yale College and Harvard Law School, and started her legal career with a clerkship in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana and then for the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. She has been recognized by Poder Magazine's Top 20 Latinos Under 40, California Lawyer's Attorney of the Year, the California legislature for her work on behalf of women and children, and the 2019 University of Oregon Senate's Shared Governance, Transparency, and Trust Award. She is president of her local rotary, a member of the Oregon State Bar's Legal Ethics Commission, and she serves on the board of the Oregon Women Lawyers. This event will be moderated by Akiko Hashimoto. She is Vice President of the Yale Club of Oregon and SW Washington. Akiko Hashimoto, Ph.D., Yale University 1984, is Visiting Professor of Sociology and Asian Studies at Portland State University, and Faculty Fellow at the Center for Cultural Sociology at Yale University. She is author and editor of several volumes on cultural sociology and comparative sociology. Her latest book is The Long Defeat: Cultural Trauma, Memory and Identity in Japan (Oxford University Press, 2015), available also in Japanese (Misuzu Shobo, 2017) and Chinese (Beijing Imaginist, 2019). false
  • Thursday 12/2/21

    • Dec 2
      4:00PM – 5:30PM
      Add to Calendar 2021-12-02T16:00:00 2021-12-02T17:30:00 America/New_York Environmental and Economic Opportunities for Growth and Development in Haiti and the Dominican Republic

      Please join us for a practical and open discussion between Haitian and Dominican thought leaders focused on the environment as a uniting concern toward the creation of a bi-national sustainable development framework.

      Who should attend?

      Anyone interested in the strategic challenge that is the sustainable development of Haiti and the Dominican Republic, Yale alumni worldwide, and especially alumni of Haitian and Dominican descent who want to participate in a Yale International Alliance working group for post-webinar discussions.

      Speakers for Yale International Alliance webinar, Environmental and Economic Opportunities for Growth and Development in Haiti and the Dominican RepublicHaitian Panelists

      • Guy Francois, Former Minister of the Diaspora
      • Joseph Harold Pierre, Economist
      • Michèle Pierre Louis, Former Prime Minister and Founder of FOKAL

      Dominican Panelists

      • Eladio Fernández, Nature Conservation Expert and Photographer
      • Milagros De Camps, Vice Minister, Ministry of Environment ’17
      • Prof. Víctor Gómez Valenzuela, Environmental Economist and Professor at INTEC


      • Professor Gordon Geballe, Associate Dean for Student International Engagement, Lecturer in Urban Ecology, Yale School of the Environment
      • Dave Fils-Aimé ’10

      Local Organizers

      • Gerald McElroy ’09
      • Anton Tejeda ’88
      Environmental and Economic Opportunities for Growth and Development in Haiti and the Dominican Republic
    • Dec 2
      8:00PM – 9:00PM
      Add to Calendar 2021-12-02T20:00:00 2021-12-02T21:00:00 America/New_York Careers, Life, and Yale Thursday Show: Student Organizations at Yale College, Challenges and Opportunities

      From performance groups to service organizations, business clubs to athletic teams, cultural associations to politics and government unions, hundreds of student organizations have shaped the vibrancy and diversity of campus life at Yale. 

      Over the years, how has the role of student organizations evolved? What are the new challenges and opportunities awaiting these groups? How can alums and current students work together as we emerge from the pandemic?

      Join us on Thursday evening to hear what Yale College students (Ray Jin 25, Eleanor Ann Schoenbrun 25, and Ken Yan 23) think, and share with us your perspectives. We look forward to your insights and inspiration.

      Student Organizations at Yale College: Challenges and Opportunities
  • Friday 12/3/21

  • Monday 12/6/21

    • Dec 6
      8:00PM – 12:00AM
      Add to Calendar 2021-12-06T20:00:00 2021-12-06T00:00:00 America/New_York The Dead Sea Scrolls: The Light They Shed on Judaism and Christianity with Dr. John Collins The Dead Sea Scrolls: The Light They Shed on Judaism and Christianity with Dr. John Collins View(active tab)EditManage displayAdd anotherDevel Section: Calendar Event time: Monday, December 6, 2021 - 8:00pm Monday, December 13, 2021 - 8:00pm Event description: Zoom | December 6 & 13 | 8 pm Eastern | 2 Sessions The discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls is widely regarded as the most important contribution of archeology to Biblical Studies in the twentieth century. The first lecture will ask, what are the Dead Sea Scrolls, who collected them? Are they the product of a marginal sect or representative of Judaism in the time of Jesus. The second lecture will consider some texts found in the Scrolls that are of special interest for Christianity, including one that speaks of a figure who is called Son of God. The two sessions will occur on December 6 and 13. false