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AIDS Walk New Haven 2021

Organized by Yale students on behalf of The New Haven Mayor’s Task Force on AIDS member agencies, this year’s AIDS Walk New Haven will happen virtually on your terms in light of the ongoing pandemic. The virtual walk is scheduled to take place on the weekend of April 30 - May 2. After registering, you will get to decide how your walk is conducted, the time, location, and whether to walk it alone or with friends and family.

VIRTUAL: YSE 37th Research Day Second Session - Student Presentations

Research Day is the annual showcase for diverse, multidisciplinary research conducted at Yale School of the Environment.
Session: Biogeochemical Cycles and Their Regulation
1. The role of ungulate density and sociality on landscape nutrient distribution (Kristy M. Ferraro)
2. The fate of soil carbon in drylands after the addition of multiple levels of water and nitrogen (Christopher Beltz)
3. Iron’s Effect on Methane Emissions from Freshwater Systems (Itai Boneh)

IPCH lunch seminar: Hyperreal Archives: Digital Presents / Analogue Pasts

“Hyperreal Archives: Digital Presents / Analogue Pasts” is a conversational presentation given by six different scholars and practitioners operating between and among art, architecture, urban studies, and cultural sociology. This discussion is moderated by Yale GSAS alumni fellow, Dr. Denise Lim, and co-led by two academic staff from the University of Johannesburg’s Graduate School of Architecture (UJ GSA)—Sarah de Villiers and Naadira Patel.

VIRTUAL: Welcome to the New World Book Discussion with IRIS

The Office of International Students & Scholars is thrilled to be partnering with IRIS – Integrated Refugee & Immigrant Services, for a discussion on Welcome to the New World, a graphic novel featured in The New York Times that came out of a collaboration between writer Jake Halpern, illustrator Michael Sloan, and two refugee families who resettled to Connecticut through IRIS. Now in a full-length book, the story follows the lives of two refugee families who fled the civil war in Syria to make a new life in America.

SDLAC 2021 Panel - Defending the Amazon: Stories and Challenges

Joseph Zárate is a writer and editor, Victor Zambrano es Director Ejecutivo del Patronato del Comite de Gestion de la Reserva Nacional Tambopata. Bruno Monteferri is an Ashoka Fellow, a Marañon Waterkeeper and Ocean Leaders Fellow 2021.
Deforestation in the Amazon has increased in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. A group of reporters, indigenous communities, non-profit organizations and activists work to defend the forest. How has their work been impacted by COVID-19?
The panel will be in Spanish, with simultaneous translation to English.

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