Events Calendar

  • Sunday 10/29/23

    • Oct 29
      11:45AM – 4:00PM
      New York, NY
      Add to Calendar 2023-10-29T11:45:00 2023-10-29T16:00:00 America/New_York Yale.NYC Foodtober23 Volunteer Event with Saint Xavier Kitchen

      Come support the Welcome Table by preparing & helping to serve over 1000 meals to our soup kitchen guests along with fellow Yalies! Volunteers will either be plating, serving, or distributing hot meals or coffee to our guests. All volunteers conclude the day with clean-up.

      New York, NY — 55 West 16th Street false
  • Sunday 11/5/23

    • Nov 5, 2023
      Starts at 4:00PM
      Sarasota, FL
      Add to Calendar 2023-11-05T16:00:00 2023-11-05T16:00:00 America/New_York Yale Club of the Suncoast Welcome Back Party Sarasota, FL — 1100 John Ringling Blvd false
  • Wednesday 11/8/23

    • Nov 8
      12:00PM – 1:30PM
      Add to Calendar 2023-11-08T12:00:00 2023-11-08T13:30:00 America/New_York Spiritual Care for Young People in the Climate Crisis with Rev. Talitha Amadea Aho Climate change is creating a spiritual emergency that is hitting generation Z harder than any other. Today's climate crisis calls people of faith to a communal spiritual practice of care, as we must learn how to offer care that is informed by the spiritual-ecological crisis of their generation. Rev. Aho guides us with her pastoral and chaplain experience to keep young people at the center of our communities and listen to the troubles they have to share. false
  • Thursday 11/9/23

    • Nov 9 – Nov 10
      On Campus
      Add to Calendar 2023-11-09T15:00:00 2023-11-10T17:30:00 America/New_York Yale Clean Energy Conference Our third public, global, event will again bring together leading experts to discuss clean energy justice, finance, technology, policy, and careers, fully in person. Get your ticket to the conference and experience the keynotes, content speakers, poster presentations, network building activities, and lively discussions for yourself. This year, David Roberts, creator of Volts, will be recording a live podcast in front of our Conference audience! On Campus — 165 Whitney Ave false
    • Nov 9
      6:30PM – 10:00PM
      Boston, MA
      Add to Calendar 2023-11-09T18:30:00 2023-11-09T22:00:00 America/New_York For Humanity Illuminated | What Makes Us Human? Unlocking Secrets of the Brain, Mind, and Behavior

      The brain is at the core of our humanity. It enables creativity and problem solving, feeds empathy and altruism, and builds relationships and organizations. For thousands of years, philosophers and scientists have sought to understand how the brain and mind work, asking fundamental questions such as: What makes the human brain distinct from that of other species? How do neurons give rise to complex thought, emotion, memory, and behavior? How does the brain develop, how does it change with age, and what can go awry?

      We are on the cusp of a neuroscience revolution thanks to groundbreaking discoveries, advanced technologies, and the computational power to leverage insights across many disciplines. Join us for an exploration of the pioneering work being done at Yale and beyond to accelerate research and pave the way for transformative treatments.

      Boston, MA — 1 Seaport Lane false
  • Thursday 11/30/23

    • Nov 30 – Dec 21
      Add to Calendar 2023-11-30T19:30:00 2023-12-21T19:30:00 America/New_York Casting the Pageant: Meeting the Characters of Christmas with the Rev. Dr. Allen Hilton There are quite a cast of characters in the Christmas story! Join us over the four weeks of Advent to dive deeper into the journey to the manger. We’ll explore the role each of these characters play in the story: Week One — The Big Shots (Augustus Caesar, Quirinius, Herod, and the Magi) Week Two — The Angels (Unnamed in Matthew, Gabriel in Luke, Host of Heaven in Luke) Week Three — The Lowly — Shepherds and Innkeeper Week Four — The Stars — Joseph and Mary The four sessions will occur on November 30, December 7, 14, and 21. After attending all four sessions, participants will receive a Certificate of Participation. false
  • Saturday 3/9/24

    • Mar 9 – Mar 16
      Fort Mojave Colorado River Reservation (Arizona, California, and Nevada)
      Add to Calendar 2024-03-09T00:01:00 2024-03-16T11:59:00 America/New_York Yale Alumni Service Corps (YASC) 2024 Intercultural Program with the Fort Mojave Indian Tribe

      Fort Mojave Indian TribeJoin the Yale Alumni Service Corps (YASC) on a service trip to the Fort Mojave Indian Reservation to learn about Tribal Sovereignty, share your knowledge, and witness how Yale alumni are working with Tribal Communities to implement their goals. YASC has a unique opportunity to participate in a cross-cultural immersive learning experience with the Fort Mojave Indian Tribe on its remote Colorado River Reservation spanning 3 states. YASC, in conjunction with the Fort Mojave Indian Tribe, will work with students on a variety of education, culture, financial literacy and fitness & sports projects.

      If you want to join us on this exciting intercultural program, please review the volunteer opportunities listed below. Alumni and Yale students from all classes, all graduate and professional schools are welcome. You will make new friends and contacts from all walks of life! As with all our programs, we hope you will find this trip to be unique and engaging.

      The Fort Mojave Indian Tribe with YASC has prioritized these specialized projects:

      • Robotics: The students at the Tribe's new Elementary School have mastered introductory and BeeBots and are eager to learn with more advanced projects, including Unreal Engine.

      • Dance: Engage youth in high energy, fun dancing to contemporary music and show youth they can get exercise anywhere. (Previous projects included “Who Let the Dogs Out”, “The Macarena” and “Cupid Shuffle”).

      Education: Participate in "Career Day" and College Information presentations. Present seminars on the college application process. An opportunity to participate in the youth podcast program may also be available.

      Fashion Design: Assist students in the design and creation of contemporary fashion incorporating elements of the Fort Mojave culture in authentic, respectful, and fun ways.

      Financial Literacy: Assist students in Tribal Programs with early financial literacy.

      Fitness & Sports: Present basketball and other sports clinics.

      For questions or further information feel free to contact trip producer Karen Green 78 or YAA Director, Service Programs, Joao Aleixo.

      YASC Fort Mojave
  • Thursday 5/23/24

  • Thursday 5/30/24