Join a student organization or employee affinity group, attend a lecture, or volunteer on a service project—Yale offers many ways to engage in efforts to create a more inclusive, equitable, and welcoming community.
Grants for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging
Grants are available to students and faculty for events, speakers, and programs addressing issues of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging and community at Yale. Learn more about the grants.
Yale Center for the Study of Race, Indigeneity, and Transnational Migration
The Yale Center for the Study of Race, Indigeneity, and Transnational Migration (RITM) is an interdisciplinary center that supports research and teaching at Yale and beyond. Visit the RITM website.
Poynter Fellowship in Journalism
The Poynter Fellowship brings to Yale some of the most outstanding journalists from the United States and abroad. The program sponsors symposia and conferences offering differing perspectives on issues of broad public concern, including those related to diversity, equity, and inclusion. View Poynter events.
Stephen A. Schwarzman Center
Once complete in 2020, the Schwarzman Center will be transformational for Yale in providing, for the first time, a center dedicated to cultural programming and student life at the center of the university. Visit the Schwarzman Center website.
Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning
The Yale Center for Teaching and Learning promotes equitable and engaged teaching throughout the university, and supports students across the curriculum as they take ownership of their learning. View the Yale Center for Teaching and Learning website.
Yale Women Faculty Forum Seed Grants
Yale Women Faculty Forum offer grants to identify innovative ways to support the WFF mission by investing in the diverse work of faculty and student scholars at Yale. View information about the WFF seed grants.
Public service—in New Haven and around the world—is an integral part of a Yale education and alumni life. View service opportunities.