Events Calendar

  • Tuesday 2/9/21

  • Wednesday 2/10/21

    • Feb 10
      12:00PM – 1:00PM
      Online
      Add to Calendar 2021-02-10T12:00:00 2021-02-10T13:00:00 America/New_York At home: Norma Lytton Lecture | A Global Criticism for a Global Art World Jason Farago (Yale BA 2005), art critic for the "New York Times," delivers this year's Norma Lytton lecture. In the last 30 years, museums, galleries, fairs, and publications have taken a worldwide approach to art—but how can an art critic make substantive judgements when his or her beat spans the entire globe? In this talk, Jason Farago, art critic for the "New York Times," considers how museums should approach the art of foreign cultures, how viewers can appreciate things they don’t fully understand, and how criticism can offer a view of art as a continuous flow of people, images, and ideas. Generous support for this program has been provided by the Norma Lytton Fund for Docent Education, established in memory of Norma Lytton by her family. Lytton was an active docent at the Center for more than twenty years and subsequently spent a decade engaged in research for the Center’s Department of Paintings and Sculpture. Jason Farago has served as an art critic for the "New York Times" since 2017. Before that he was the first US-based art critic for the "Guardian," and he has been a regular contributor to the "New Yorker," the "New York Review of Books" and other publications. Farago was also the editor and cofounder of the art and culture magazine "Even," whose run is anthologized in "Out of Practice: Ten Issues of Even, 2015–18" (Motto Books). He has published catalogue essays on the art of Sheila Hicks, Simon Hantaï, Kishio Suga, Julia Dault, Meleko Mogkosi, and others. In 2017 he was awarded the inaugural Rabkin Prize for art criticism. false
    • Feb 10
      8:00PM – 9:30PM
      Online
      Add to Calendar 2021-02-10T20:00:00 2021-02-10T21:30:00 America/New_York Celebrating YASC — China program 10th Anniversary

      There will be a zoom room scavenger hunt, opportunities to chat with friends, old and new, and a few surprises.

      All are welcome for this Chinese New Year celebration.

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      Yale Alumni Service Corps
    • Feb 10
      8:00PM – 9:30PM
      Online
      Add to Calendar 2021-02-10T20:00:00 2021-02-10T21:30:00 America/New_York Yale Chicago Career Series: Excelling at Phone Screens, Zoom, and In-Person Job Interviews Yale Chicago - Career Series 2021: "Excelling at Phone Screens, Zoom & In-Person Job Interviews" with Marty Gilbert, Founder and CEO of the NorthShore Executive Networking Group Wednesday, February 10, 2021, at 7-8:30 pm CST Members of Yale Chicago may register for this event using the Registration button above. The Zoom virtual event link will be sent to all registrants upon registration. Interested attendees who are not members of Yale Chicago may email yalechicago@aya.yale.edu and they will be sent the Zoom link separately. Great face-to-face job interviews, phone screens and Zoom calls require sound preparation and an understanding of what's important to the person conducting the interview. It also necessitates your ability to convey confidence, subject matter expertise and the art of storytelling. Here are a few questions that a lot of candidates continually ask about job interviews: What do I need to understand about the interviewer in order to come across as a strong candidate? How do I communicate my value so that it quickly captures interest? How can I stand out from other candidates being considered? What can I do to make yourself more memorable and more likeable? During this webinar NSENG Founder & CEO, Marty Gilbert, will share some very tactical tips that can make a big positive difference in the way that you and your background are perceived by the interviewer. Here are some of the topics that Marty will address during his presentation: Key objectives of every interview The biggest challenges of each type of interview and how you can overcome them Preparation that can make your performance more convincing Perspectives from the hiring manager-- how they think, feel and decide How LinkedIn research can deliver great background on each interviewer An artificial intelligence (AI) tool that can tell you a lot about the interviewer before you meet The most important question for you to ask at the beginning of the interview Proactive actions to make yourself more memorable and more likeable false
  • Thursday 2/11/21

    • Feb 11, 2021
      Starts at 8:00PM
      Online
      Add to Calendar 2021-02-11T20:00:00 2021-02-11T20:00:00 America/New_York Careers, Life, and Yale Thursday Show: Leading Your Life and Career on Purpose™

      Can leadership principles be applied to increase your life or career satisfaction and success?

      Yes! In a series of guided interactive exercises, discover how you can more intentionally lead—not just manage — your life and career, create an initial vision of success for one area of your life or career, and identify at least one next step to get you on your way to implementing personal or professional change.

      Facilitated by: Rob Greenly, ’83 MBA, founder of Achieving Leadership™/The Greenly Group, LLC.

      Robert G. “Rob” Greenly, ’83 MBA is dedicated to “transforming smart professionals and high achievers into influential leadersTM” through his executive coaching, team facilitation, and leadership development practice. Rob is an Executive Officer of the Yale Alumni Association Board of Governors and is a Past President of YaleBoston.

      He applies leadership lessons earned from his experience as Director of Leadership at the MIT Sloan School of Management and two decades as a senior human resources, leadership, and organization development executive at several Fortune 500 companies.

       

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      Careers, Life, and Yale Thursday Show: Leading Your Life and Career on Purpose
  • Wednesday 2/17/21

    • Feb 17
      6:00PM – 7:30PM
      Online
      Add to Calendar 2021-02-17T18:00:00 2021-02-17T19:30:00 America/New_York Yale Chicago Authors' Panel Yale Chicago Authors' Panel! Wednesday, February 17, 2021 5 - 6:30 pm CST Please join Please join Yale authors Margot McMahon, Lana Popovic Harper, and Madeleine Henry as they discuss their newest published works! Margot McMahon A lifelong environmentalist, internationally awarded artist Margot McMahon has published The Fifth Season for which she received a 2020 Mate E. Palmer First Place Book Award (IWPA) along with her MIT Press published paper, “Transforming Nature.” Aquarius Press will launch her Parachuting Artists: Irene and Mac in June of 2021 - visit www.AquariusPress.net ​for information about this book and film. If Trees Could Talk and RESIST! A Visual History of Protest will be published in the fall and winter of 2021. The Gift of Art: Sculpture Ventures for Young Artists was published by Yale University Print & Publishing, Margot taught at Yale University where she earned an MFA in sculpture, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and DePaul University as well as other schools. Margot’s environmental written statements are also published in Scholastic Magazine, Chicago Magazine and World Book Encyclopedia. For more information please visit margotmcmahon.com. Lana Popovic Harper Lana studied psychology and literature at Yale University and law at Boston University. She is a graduate of the Emerson College publishing and writing program and the author of YA novels Wicked Like a Wildfire, Fierce Like a Firestorm, Blood Countess, the forthcoming Poison Priestess, and the forthcoming adult rom-com, Payback's A Witch, from Berkley Books (October 2021). Lana was born in Serbia and lived in Bulgaria, Hungary, and Romania before moving to the United States. She lives in Chicago with her family. Visit https://www.lanapopovicbooks.com/. You can follow Lana on Goodreads, and you can talk to her here! Madeleine Henry Madeleine Henry is the author of two novels, The Love Proof and Breathe In, Cash Out. Her new book, The Love Proof (2021 | Simon & Schuster), follows a brilliant physicist who tries to prove that those we love are always connected to us. It received starred reviews from Kirkus and Library Journal, in addition to praise from New York Times bestselling authors Jill Santopolo and Tracey Garvis Graves. Previously, Madeleine worked at Goldman Sachs and in investment management after graduating from Yale. She shares more about her life on @MadeleineHenryYoga. false
  • Monday 2/22/21

    • Feb 22
      4:00PM – 5:30PM
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      Add to Calendar 2021-02-22T16:00:00 2021-02-22T17:30:00 America/New_York Yale Alumni Academy Presents: Mine! How the Hidden Rules of Ownership Control Our Lives

      Mine! is one of the first words children learn. By the time we grow up, the idea of ownership seems natural, whether buying a cup of coffee or a house. But who controls the space behind your airplane seat: you reclining or the squished laptop user behind? Why does HBO let viewers steal their content by illegally sharing passwords? And after a snowstorm, why does a chair in the street hold your parking space in Chicago, but in New York you lose the space and the chair?

      Mine! explains these puzzles and many more. Surprisingly, there are just six simple stories that everyone uses to claim everything. Owners choose the story that steers us to do what they want. But don’t be fooled. We can always pick a different story. This is true not just for airplane seats, HBO passwords, and parking chairs, but also for battles over digital privacy, climate change, and wealth inequality. With stories that are eye-opening, mind-bending, and sometimes infuriating, Mine! reveals the rules of ownership that secretly control our lives.

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  • Tuesday 2/23/21

    • Feb 23, 2021
      Starts at 6:00PM
      Online
      Add to Calendar 2021-02-23T18:00:00 2021-02-23T18:00:00 America/New_York Yale Angels Inaugural Pitch Off false
  • Wednesday 2/24/21

    • Feb 24, 2021
      Starts at 6:30PM
      Online
      Add to Calendar 2021-02-24T18:30:00 2021-02-24T18:30:00 America/New_York YANA NYC Virtual Town Hall

      in recognition of African American History Month and the 100th Anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre

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