Events Calendar

  • Wednesday 3/6/24

  • Thursday 3/7/24

    • Mar 7
      6:00PM – 9:00PM
      Newport, RI
      Add to Calendar 2024-03-07T18:00:00 2024-03-07T21:00:00 America/New_York A Lecture on Vincent Scully and Book Signing by A. Krista Sykes with the Yale Association of Rhode Island A. Krista Sykes will talk to us about the beloved Yale professor of the history of art and architecture after the recent publication of her biography, Vincent Scully: Architecture, Urbanism, and a Life in Search of Community. Krista is an independent architectural writer, editor, and researcher. She holds degrees from Princeton and Harvard, so we’ll be joined by alums from those schools. This is a great reason to visit the beautiful and historically important Redwood Library if you’ve never been there before. Founded in 1747 and intended to bridge the distance between Yale and Harvard, it is America’s oldest public lending library. (This event was previously scheduled for Nov 30, 2023.) Newport, RI — 50 Bellevue Avenue false
  • Friday 3/8/24

    • Mar 8, 2024
      Starts at 9:00AM
      New Haven, CT
      Add to Calendar 2024-03-08T09:00:00 2024-03-08T09:00:00 America/New_York Yale Alumni in Energy Conference 2024

      Join us for the 15th Annual Yale Alumni in Energy Conference on Friday, March 8th in New Haven.  Hear directly from today’s most influential thought leaders on climate policy, energy markets, energy storage advances, AI, and investments.  Learn the latest cutting-edge research, market trends, and technological advances towards the future of energy, and come network with the Yale community. 

      Featured speakers include:

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      Yale Alumni in Energy Conference 2024
  • 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.

      Cancellation Policy: Please be aware that after November 15, 2023, your program payments are non-refundable! We strongly encourage the purchase of trip cancellation insurance.

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

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  • Sunday 3/10/24

    • Mar 10
      2:00PM – 4:30PM
      Baltimore, MD
      Add to Calendar 2024-03-10T14:00:00 2024-03-10T16:30:00 America/New_York Yale Club of Washington, D.C. Theater Outing in Baltimore: ‘The Oresteia’ The Yale Club invites you to join the Yale Alumni Club of Maryland at a performance of a classic Greek tragedy, The Oresteia, by the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company in Baltimore. Rarely performed in its entirety, the original trilogy (written in the 5th century BCE) was freely adapted by the prolific writer, Ellen McLaughlin in 2019. The three plays, Agamemnon, The Libation Bearers, and The Eumenides are condensed into one lyrically written, emotionally stirring experience that still retains all the suspense and edge of the three works. The Oresteia is a vibrant and excitingly modern new adaptation. Aeschylus's elemental tale focuses on the complex cycle of vengeance within the family of Clytemnestra and Agamemnon. In a world where political power and the ancient forces of destiny collide, The Oresteia asks if justice is even possible. A play about democracy from the beginning of democracy. Due to its violent subject matter, the play would probably not be suitable for younger children. Cast members frequently make themselves available to chat with the audience following performances. Attendees may decide to have dinner in the nearby Harbor East area after the play. Baltimore, MD — 7 S Calvert Street false
  • Monday 3/11/24

    • Mar 11
      2:30PM – 5:00PM
      Naples, FL
      Add to Calendar 2024-03-11T14:30:00 2024-03-11T17:00:00 America/New_York Yale Club of Southwest Florida | Yale School of Medicine Presents ‘The Science Behind Healthy Living for Successful Aging’ Learn more about Yale School of Medicine’s interdisciplinary approaches to promoting healthier aging at this informative event. Join the Yale Club of Southwest Florida for a reception (light bites, wine/beer, and nonalcoholic beverages) following the presentations. Naples, FL — 120 Moorings Park Drive false
  • Thursday 3/14/24

    • Mar 14
      12:00PM – 1:00PM
      Add to Calendar 2024-03-14T12:00:00 2024-03-14T13:00:00 America/New_York Careers, Life, and Yale | Graduate Networking: Meet Fellow Yalies, Share Insights, and Expand Your Network

      You're invited to join our first Yale Graduate event on Career Transition. You will have the opportunity to meet fellow Yale Graduates, share insights, and expand your network.

      Graduate Networking: Meet fellow Yalies, Share Insights, and Expand your Network
    • Mar 14
      8:00PM – 9:00PM
      Add to Calendar 2024-03-14T20:00:00 2024-03-14T21:00:00 America/New_York AAAYA Presents: Understanding Affirmative Action & SCOTUS Ruling with Professor Janelle Wong ’01 PhD

      Professor Janelle Wong (PhD, 2001) will join AAAYA to share her research on Asian American public opinion on affirmative action and her experiences as a supporter of race-conscious policies. She will also discuss research on how the debate over race-conscious admissions reveals an evolving position for Asian Americans in the broader racial landscape. Affirmative action and the role of race in admissions continues to be a contested topic within the Asian American community, and AAAYA is excited to host Janelle Wong to add academic nuance and evidence to the conversation.

  • Saturday 3/16/24

    • Mar 16
      10:00AM – 11:00AM
      Add to Calendar 2024-03-16T10:00:00 2024-03-16T11:00:00 America/New_York YIA Film Society Presents ‘The Assassin’ Join movie enthusiasts from our global alumni community to discuss and exchange views on films from around the world. And share your favorite film from your own country to view for discussion at a future meeting. false