Events Calendar

  • Saturday 7/13/24

    • Jul 13
      1:30PM – 3:30PM ET
      Falmouth, MA
      Add to Calendar 2024-07-13T13:30:00 2024-07-13T15:30:00 America/New_York Yale Divinity School Living Village Presentation with Dean Gregory E. Sterling Buildings that Give Back! Learn about the latest Green buildings, with less-than-zero footprints in carbon, water, and energy. Yale Divinity School Dean Greg Sterling will describe the largest such project on any higher-ed campus: the science, design, ethics, and theology of such projects. Enjoy St. Barnabas' 6.5 acre campus with permaculture garden, outdoor labyrinth, and scenic pond. Bring your own picnic! Falmouth, MA — 91 Main Street false
  • Monday 7/15/24

    • Jul 15
      6:30PM – 8:00PM ET
      New York, NY
      Add to Calendar 2024-07-15T18:30:00 2024-07-15T20:00:00 America/New_York Yale Club of New York City Musical Mondays: An Evening of Broadway Hits with Ali Ewoldt '03 Broadway may be dark on Mondays, but the Yale Club is bringing a bit of the Great White Way to Vanderbilt Avenue! Join us as Ali Ewoldt '03 entertains us with some of her Broadway favorites and songs inspired by her time at Yale. New York, NY — Yale Club of New York City false
  • Friday 7/19/24

    • Jul 19 – Jul 27
      Penonome, Panama
      Add to Calendar 2024-07-19T00:00:00 2024-07-27T00:00:00 America/New_York Yale Alumni Service Corps (YASC) in Panama 2024

      Sustainable Harvest InternationalSustainable Harvest International (SHI), an environmental nonprofit with over 25 years of experience partnering with smallholder farmers to adopt regenerative practices, is excited to host YASC volunteers for a week of service this summer with two SHI partnering communities (Piedras Gordas and Bermejo). This service trip and future ones will contribute to SHI's work to train Central American farmers in farming techniques that nourish families and help restore our planet.

      Presented below is a list of projects that we anticipate offering:

      •    Community Garden - volunteers will construct a community garden and make organic fertilizers (e.g., bokashi) at the school grounds or homes of families in the community.
      •    Reforestation/Agroforestry - volunteers will help create agroforests by establishing coffee plantations and planting a variety of trees that provide food, timber, shade and carbon sequestration while restoring wildlife habitat.
      •    Regenerative Agriculture - volunteers will help establish regenerative agriculture plots to increase farm production, carbon sequestration and biodiversity through activities such as making organic fertilizers (including compost), building terraces, or erosion control measures, creating plant nurseries and planting staple crops (e.g. corn, beans, rice and medicinal plants).
      •    Light Duty Project Ideas - we are exploring a few project ideas in case the primary activities are too physically demanding for some participants.
      •    Health & Nutrition Workshop - volunteers will give a health and nutrition workshop to community members sharing information and tips on how to prepare healthy recipes with produce grown and consumed by SHI farming families.
      •    Community Signs - volunteers will paint signs raising environmental awareness to be placed throughout the school grounds and within the community.

      Additionally, there's also the possibility for some volunteers to measure impacts of the shift to agroecology on SHI farms. Depending on the skills of the volunteers, this could focus on one or more of the following: general soil testing, soil biodiversity with eDNA testing, farm biodiversity through ecoacoustic surveys, collection of coordinates for shape files for future AI assessments and measurements of carbon in soils and trees.

      For questions or further information feel free to contact trip producer Alicia Morris ’99 or João Aleixo at the YAA.

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      Yale Alumni Service Corps (YASC) in Panama 2024
  • Saturday 7/20/24

    • Jul 20, 2024
      Starts at 12:00PM ET
      New York, NY
      Add to Calendar 2024-07-20T12:00:00 2024-07-20T12:00:00 America/New_York Yale NYC Summer Picnic

      For those of you who live in or near NYC – or who might be visiting NYC this summer – we are pleased to share that we will be co-hosting a summer picnic in Central Park on Saturday, July 20th starting at Noon!  (Rain date will be the following Saturday at the same time of day.)  This picnic will be co-hosted with several Yale alumni groups that have lots of members in NYC, including 1stGenYale, Yale Alumni Educators, Camp Yale Emeritus, and the Yale College Classes of 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2011. This family-friendly picnic (children welcome!) is open to all fellow alumni, is free to attend, and will be a terrific chance to catch-up with fellow Yalies for part of a relaxing summer weekend afternoon!

      We'll meet at Noon on July 20th due west of the Great Lawn at 81st Street (click here for Google Maps view of where we'll be).  Remember to bring your own blanket!  For our families who will be joining us, this location is just steps away from the Diana Ross Playground for those who want to make sure there are fun things to do together with their little ones as part of coming to the picnic.  Rain date is July 27th, also at Noon.  We will keep our RSVP'd guests in the loop with updates and with info about whether we will be opting for our rain date, so please RSVP by filling out this form if you are definitely able or might be able to join our summer picnic!

      We're excited to offer our latest class event, and we hope those of you who will be in NYC on July 20th are excited to join us for some outdoor summer fun for part of your weekend! If you have any questions in the meantime, please free to e-mail us (picnic@yale2008.com).

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  • Tuesday 7/23/24

    • Jul 23
      12:00PM – 12:45PM ET
      Online
      Add to Calendar 2024-07-23T12:00:00 2024-07-23T12:45:00 America/New_York Yale Ventures Startup Speaker Series: Norma Padrón ’12 MPhil, ’14 PhD, VP Data & AI at Nayya

      ​​Join the Yale Ventures Startup Speaker Series on Tuesday, July 23, to hear from Norma Padrón, PhD, a health economist, entrepreneur, a Yale Ventures EIR, and the VP of Data & AI at Nayya. Nayya is revolutionizing employee benefits with personalized, data-driven solutions The event is open to the Yale community.

      About the series: The Yale Ventures Startup Speaker Series is a series of dynamic virtual discussions featuring a lineup of founders, investors, and key members of the Yale innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem. Open to the Yale community, this series is designed to explore critical topics for aspiring and current founders, offering invaluable insights and inspiration. Sessions may explore the journeys of successful entrepreneurs, the nuances of startup investment, and the latest trends in innovation. Whether you're a student, alumnus, or part of the Yale faculty, this series promises to be an enriching experience, fostering connections and empowering Yale founders.

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  • Thursday 8/1/24

    • Aug 1
      12:00PM – 1:00PM ET
      New Haven, CT
      Add to Calendar 2024-08-01T12:00:00 2024-08-01T13:00:00 America/New_York Yale Ventures Innovation Tours: NXTHVN

      ​​Join Yale Ventures on a tour of NXTVHN, a tour of the building, a chance to explore the summer exhibition Deserve What You Dream, and an introduction to the history and programs of the organization.

      ​This event is open to the Yale community.

      ​​About Innovation Tours: As Yale's hub for the innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem at Yale, we invite you to join us for a series of tours to explore the people and places that make Yale and New Haven a connected and supportive innovation hub.

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  • Saturday 8/3/24

    • Aug 3
      10:00AM – 12:00PM ET
      Gaining Ground, a nonprofit organic farm in Concord, Massachusetts
      Add to Calendar 2024-08-03T10:00:00 2024-08-03T12:00:00 America/New_York Yale Day of Service: MA, Concord - Gaining Ground Organic Farm Volunteer at Gaining Ground, a nonprofit organic farm in Concord, Massachusetts. Their mission is to grow vegetables and fruit with the help of several thousand community volunteers and donates all of this fresh food to area meal programs and food pantries. They envision a future where everyone has equitable access to healthy, sustainably grown produce. Gaining Ground, a nonprofit organic farm in Concord, Massachusetts — 341 Virginia Road, Concord, Massachusetts false
    • Aug 3
      11:00AM – 1:00PM ET
      Virginia Beach, VA
      Add to Calendar 2024-08-03T11:00:00 2024-08-03T13:00:00 America/New_York Yale Club of Tidewater Summer Picnic

      Join the Yale Club of Tidewater for our summer picnic at Lake Lawson/Lake Smith Natural Area. Bring your favorite dish and send-off our local students who will be starting at Yale in the fall! Please RSVP before Wednesday, July 24 and let us know how many adults and kids are in your party and what you are planning to bring.   

      Adults (18+) $10 cash, Kids (6-17) $5 cash.  This will cover the rental cost of the picnic shelter. 

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      Yale Club of Tidewater Summer Picnic
  • Sunday 8/4/24

    • Aug 4
      8:00PM – 10:00PM ET
      New York, New York
      Add to Calendar 2024-08-04T20:00:00 2024-08-04T22:00:00 America/New_York Yale School of Medicine Black Alumni & Friends Reception at the National Medical Convention

      Join the Yale School of Medicine Black alumni and friends at the National Medical Association Annual Convention & Scientific Assembly.
      Nancy J. Brown, MD, the Jean and David W. Wallace Dean of Yale School of Medicine, cordially invites you to join her at the National Medical Association Annual Convention & Scientific Assembly for an update from the medical school over cocktails and hors d’oeuvres.

      Space is limited. Kindly RSVP by Friday, July 19.

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      Yale School of Medicine Black Alumni & Friends Reception at the National Medical Convention