Events Calendar

  • Thursday 4/11/19

    • Apr 11
      6:00PM – 11:00PM
      Add to Calendar 2019-04-11T18:00:00 2019-04-11T23:00:00 1952 Class Dinner, 4-11-19
  • Friday 4/12/19

    • Apr 11, 12:00PM – Apr 14, 12:00PM
      La Casa Cultural: Latino Cultural Center
      Add to Calendar 2019-04-11T12:00:00 2019-04-14T12:00:00 La Casa Cultural's 50 Years of Latinos at Yale: Making it Nuestra Casa

      Established in 1969, the Movimento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán (MEChA) organizations is celebrating its 50th year at Yale! As our oldest student organization, members of MEChA have a long standing legacy that has ushered generations of Latinos to Yale. During this time period, we also honor 50 years of Latinas at Yale and the 10th anniversary of Sabrosura, Yale's undergraduate Latin dance team. In honor of this milestone, La Casa Cultural, the Yale MEChA chapter & Sabrosura are pleased to invite you to La Casa Cultural's 50 Years of Latinos at Yale: Making it Nuestra Casa.

      La Casa Cultural: Latino Cultural Center — 301 Crown Street
    • Apr 12
      7:30AM – 6:00PM
      Yale School of Management
      Add to Calendar 2019-04-12T07:30:00 2019-04-12T18:00:00 Yale Healthcare Conference: Reimagining Healthcare Yale School of Management — 165 Whitney Ave
  • Saturday 4/13/19

    • Apr 11, 12:00PM – Apr 14, 12:00PM
      La Casa Cultural: Latino Cultural Center
      Add to Calendar 2019-04-11T12:00:00 2019-04-14T12:00:00 La Casa Cultural's 50 Years of Latinos at Yale: Making it Nuestra Casa

      Established in 1969, the Movimento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán (MEChA) organizations is celebrating its 50th year at Yale! As our oldest student organization, members of MEChA have a long standing legacy that has ushered generations of Latinos to Yale. During this time period, we also honor 50 years of Latinas at Yale and the 10th anniversary of Sabrosura, Yale's undergraduate Latin dance team. In honor of this milestone, La Casa Cultural, the Yale MEChA chapter & Sabrosura are pleased to invite you to La Casa Cultural's 50 Years of Latinos at Yale: Making it Nuestra Casa.

      La Casa Cultural: Latino Cultural Center — 301 Crown Street
  • Sunday 4/14/19

    • Apr 11, 12:00PM – Apr 14, 12:00PM
      La Casa Cultural: Latino Cultural Center
      Add to Calendar 2019-04-11T12:00:00 2019-04-14T12:00:00 La Casa Cultural's 50 Years of Latinos at Yale: Making it Nuestra Casa

      Established in 1969, the Movimento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán (MEChA) organizations is celebrating its 50th year at Yale! As our oldest student organization, members of MEChA have a long standing legacy that has ushered generations of Latinos to Yale. During this time period, we also honor 50 years of Latinas at Yale and the 10th anniversary of Sabrosura, Yale's undergraduate Latin dance team. In honor of this milestone, La Casa Cultural, the Yale MEChA chapter & Sabrosura are pleased to invite you to La Casa Cultural's 50 Years of Latinos at Yale: Making it Nuestra Casa.

      La Casa Cultural: Latino Cultural Center — 301 Crown Street
  • Tuesday 4/16/19

    • Apr 16
      5:45PM – 8:30PM
      Brookline, MA
      Add to Calendar 2019-04-16T17:45:00 2019-04-16T20:30:00 Leading after a Nuclear Accident: Lessons from Fukushima In March 2011, the largest earthquake and tsunami in Japan’s recorded history severely damaged the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, causing the most significant nuclear incident since the Chernobyl disaster in 1986. Naomi Hirose SOM’83 was tapped as president of the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) to lead the company’s response to the disaster and to help the surrounding community recover. Mr. Hirose faced tremendous challenges in a highly scrutinized position. He will provide an overview of the Fukushima Daiichi situation, how he developed a vision for stakeholders, “while executing a remedial program which will extend decades, requires technology as yet not invented, costs an unimaginable amount of money, and is filled with danger and uncertainty.” Mr. Hirose will share lessons learned for leadership, communication, and crises response from this experience. Speaker Biography: Naomi Hirose is senior executive whose service at the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) spans four decades. He joined the company in 1976, having gained an appreciation for the energy industry following the 1973 Oil Shock, and worked in a number of management positions from 1992 to 2005, including corporate planning, sales, marketing, and customer relations. Mr. Hirose became an executive officer in 2006, and in 2008, conceived and spearheaded a campaign promoting the economic and environmental benefits of electrification, called “Switch” that was a Japan-first. In 2010, he re-energized the company vision for global expansion. Immediately after the 3.11 Fukushima Accident, Mr. Hirose dedicated himself to create the system for Nuclear Damage Compensation. After becoming President and CEO in 2012, he led the company in addressing a number of highly complex issues such as water management and decommissioning plans for the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, compensation for the accident and Fukushima revitalization, and keeping TEPCO competitive while facing the deregulation of Japan’s electricity market. He currently serves as Executive Vice Chairman, Fukushima Affairs, overseeing the utility’s passionate and steadfast efforts to reconstruct and revitalize Fukushima Prefecture. Mr. Hirose received his B.A. in Sociology from Hitotsubashi University in 1976, and his MBA from Yale School of Management in 1983. Presented by YaleBoston in association with Yale School of Management Alumni Association--Boston and Yale School of Management Class of 1983. Schedule • 5:45pm to 6:30pm: Check in, mingling, and refreshments • 6:30pm to 8:00pm Talk and Q&A • 8:00pm - 8:30pm: Networking Location The Brandon Hall stop of the Green Line (C Line) trolley is right across the street from 1501 Beacon Street, Brookline. Metered on-street parking is located up and down Beacon Street. Brookline, MA — 1501 Beacon Street
  • Thursday 4/18/19

    • Apr 18, 2019
      All Day
      Mastercard Technology Center, New York, NY
      Add to Calendar 2019-04-18T00:00:00 2019-04-18T00:00:00 Careers, Life, and Yale: Careers in Artificial Intelligence (AI) This event is the thirty-second in a series covering different professions. The concept is to have a panel of people with different experiences provide candid views of various careers that Yale students and alumni pursue, particularly those subject to myths. Artificial Intelligence has become a highly visible growth field with many segments and diverse opportunities. For the panel on April 18, we have four panelists, all Yale alumni, with diverse backgrounds. Our panel will try to provide a window on the field and what one should consider when contemplating a career in Artificial Intelligence. The panel discussion will be conducted at 114 Fifth Avenue, 8th Floor in front of a live audience and will be broadcast via streaming video as well. Yale students and alumni are welcome to attend in person or watch and ask questions via the interactive streaming video system. After the panel ends, there will be a networking hour where we will serve wine, other beverages and snacks and you will have the opportunity to talk to the panelists and meet the other Yale alumni and students. Mastercard Technology Center, New York, NY — 114 Fifth Avenue
  • Monday 4/22/19

    • Apr 22
      7:00PM – 8:30PM
      Ezra Stiles College, Fellows Lounge
      Add to Calendar 2019-04-22T19:00:00 2019-04-22T20:30:00 Financial Life After Yale (Alumni-led Campus Sessions for Students)

      How can you plan for the long run? How can you improve how you save and invest?What rules of thumb might help you? Want to learn more about Roths, ETFs, IRAs, HSAs, 401ks and all those other acronyms? How can you establish and build your credit score? How will taxes affect how you save/invest?

      If you’re a current Yale student and you’ve ever been curious about any of the above, you’ll want to register for a Monday session.

    • Apr 22
      9:00PM – 10:30PM
      Branford and Saybrook Colleges, Branford-Saybrook Room
      Add to Calendar 2019-04-22T21:00:00 2019-04-22T22:30:00 Financial Life After Yale (Alumni-led Campus Sessions for Students)

      How can you plan for the long run? How can you improve how you save and invest?What rules of thumb might help you? Want to learn more about Roths, ETFs, IRAs, HSAs, 401ks and all those other acronyms? How can you establish and build your credit score? How will taxes affect how you save/invest?

      If you’re a current Yale student and you’ve ever been curious about any of the above, you’ll want to register for a Monday session.