Events Calendar

  • Tuesday 7/14/20

  • Wednesday 7/15/20

    • Jul 15
      12:00PM – 1:00PM
      Online
      Add to Calendar 2020-07-15T12:00:00 2020-07-15T13:00:00 America/New_York The Future of Great Power Conflict The Jackson Institute for Global Affairs, in collaboration with knowledge partner McLarty Associates, is delighted to co-host a series of virtual discussions in summer 2020 that will explore the rapidly evolving nature of international relations, as well as the leadership characteristics required to navigate this uncertain world. Interactive sessions featuring Jackson faculty, senior fellows, and other expert practitioners across the public, private, and nonprofit sectors will focus on great power realignment, U.S.-China relations, and prospects for recovery in the global economy, among other critical areas. The first conversation in the series, “The Future of Great Power Conflict,” will feature Professor John Lewis Gaddis, Robert A. Lovett Professor of History, Yale University; Professor Oona Hathaway, Gerard C. and Bernice Latrobe Smith Professor of International Law, Yale Law School; and Admiral James Stavridis, former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO and Chair of McLarty Associates’ Board of Counselors. Ambassador John Negroponte, Jackson Senior Fellow and McLarty Associates Vice Chairman, will provide introductory remarks. McLarty Associates, an international strategic advisory firm based in Washington, D.C., helps companies and nonprofits manage policy and government issues around the world. The event is free and open to the public, but registration is required. false
    • Jul 15, 2020
      Starts at 1:00PM
      Online
      Add to Calendar 2020-07-15T13:00:00 2020-07-15T13:00:00 America/New_York Women’s Health in the Time of COVID-19 Uncovering how the coronavirus affects the biology of women and men differently is teaching us new ways to fight COVID-19. Identifying how the stress of the pandemic is different for women and men is focusing mental health professionals on risk and resilience. Join the director of Women’s Health Research at Yale, Dr. Carolyn M. Mazure, and leading immunologist Dr. Akiko Iwasaki as they discuss a major new research finding and next steps in investigating sex differences to advance the health of women and men. Susanna Krentz '80 will moderate this discussion. false
    • Jul 15, 2020
      Starts at 7:30PM
      Online
      Add to Calendar 2020-07-15T19:30:00 2020-07-15T19:30:00 America/New_York YaleWomen Zoom Get-Togethers false
  • Thursday 7/16/20

  • Saturday 7/18/20

    • Jul 18 – Jul 26
      Anywhere
      Add to Calendar 2020-07-18T12:00:00 2020-07-26T12:00:00 America/New_York Nationwide: SBCHC - Champions for Children Virtual Walk/Run South Bay Children's Health Center (SBCHC) provides quality mental health and dental services to low income children and families in the South Bay area of Los Angeles. The in-person Champions for Children 5K Trail Run/Walk & Kids Fun Run, the major annual fundraiser for SBCHC, was cancelled due to local public health guidelines, yet mental health needs are rising due to COVID-19 challenges. Yale Year of Service volunteers can help this small local non-profit continue their mission by registering to run or walk (or equivalent activity of your choice). false
    • Jul 18
      7:00PM – 9:00PM
      Online
      Add to Calendar 2020-07-18T19:00:00 2020-07-18T21:00:00 America/New_York An Evening of Poulenc and Brahms Join us online for a new performance streamed from the stage of the Norfolk Festival’s Music Shed. The evening will feature clarinetist David Shifrin, Emerson String Quartet cellist Paul Watkins, and pianists Robert Blocker and Melvin Chen in a program of Poulenc and Brahms. Be sure to tune in beginning at 7 p.m. when Festival Director Melvin Chen and Yale School of Music Dean Robert Blocker engage in a pre-concert conversation on the history of music in Norfolk. The concert will begin immediately following. false
  • Monday 7/20/20

    • Jul 20, 2020
      Starts at 1:00PM
      Online
      Add to Calendar 2020-07-20T13:00:00 2020-07-20T13:00:00 America/New_York How to Lose the Information War In her new book, Nina Jankowicz reports from the front lines of the information war in Central and Eastern Europe on five governments' responses to disinformation campaigns. It journeys into the campaigns run by Russian and domestic operatives and shows how we can better understand the motivations behind these attacks and how to beat them. What is at stake above all for Jankowicz: the future of civil discourse and democracy, and the value of truth itself. Extremely relevant in an election year for the United States and amid the coronavirus infodemic, Jankowicz asserts that when domestic disinformers employ the very same tactics as international criminals to attack our elections, we should not only be angry, we should fight back. false