In light of the need for campus exchanges on the cultures and history of Southeast Asia and students’ interest in learning about careers in the arts, the Asian American Cultural Center invites you to join our virtual dinner discussion with filmmaker Lee Ngo ‘05. Ngo will share his experience working in the Southeast Asian film industry and in co-founding a transnational media company that tells Southeast Asian stories with global sensibilities.
Chandan Reddy is an associate professor in the departments of Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies and the Comparative History of Ideas at the University of Washington. There, he teaches courses on racial capitalism, settler and overseas colonialism, sexuality, and US Modernity.
In place of our planned community research day, please join the AACC in hearing student presentations from Kevin Chen ‘21 and Evan Billups ‘20.
Evan will be presenting independent research that is part of her thesis titled “Chinese American Adoption in the Portland Public Schools Mandarin Immersion Program.”
Kevin will be presenting his work titled “We Can’t All Get Along”: Deconstructing Afro-Asian Antagonisms.
Andrea Levere ‘83 spent almost three decades delivering programs and advancing policies that aim to create wealth for financially underserved communities, with a focus on communities of color. As an Executive Fellow for the International Center for Finance at the Yale SOM, she is applying all the financial lessons she learned at SOM and through her career to promote a philanthropic platform that provides “enterprise-level” capital, or philanthropic equity, to nonprofits and social enterprises to build financial strength and resilience for their organizations and the people they serve.
The Office of LGBTQ Resources and Tsai CITY invite you to participate in a Zoom-based panel featuring Yale alumni D Dangaran (‘15), Hil O’Connell (‘14), Gabe Murchinson (‘14, ‘15MPH) and Aiden Shapiro (‘11). Our panelists will discuss their experiences as trans and nonbinary professionals in their respective fields of law, nonprofit work, and medicine.
Join staff of the Office of LGBGQ Resources for a casual Virtual Queer Tea!
Join at any time between 4:00 and 5:00 PM EST at yale.zoom.us/j/764345142?pwd=MElZS0EyVzZLRzd5Ri9LT0NycWtZQT09.
The office of LGBTQ Resources and the LGBTQ Affinity group host lunches for parents of LGBTQ children (and their allies) every third Thursday of each month. All parents of LGBTQ children–as well as LGBTQ staff & faculty and allies–are invited to share this space for support, community, and conversation.
This workshop invites participants to identify aspects of healthy and unhealthy dating relationships specifically within the LGBTQIA+ community. Attendees will gain a deeper understanding of the unique barriers to seeking help among LGBTQIA+ people who experience unhealthy relationships.
Open to all Yale students, faculty and staff. Food will be provided.
Note: This event will be used to prepare for a session at the True Colors Conference on March 20-21, 2020. Feedback welcomed!
Join us for a new lecture series for the community hosted by the Diversity Committee at the Yale School of Medicine! Each event is designed for families and involves a lecture by a Yale Medical School professor and hands-on health/science-related demonstrations by Yale medical students and organizations. Bring the whole family! This session will feature Dr. Nii Addy, Associate Professor of Psychiatry who focuses on neuroscience research of substance use, particularly in adolescents. He will be giving his talk: The Brain Science of Addiction, Depression & Anxiety.
* POSTPONED UNTIL SEPTEMBER 2020 GIVEN GUIDANCE FROM YALE PRESIDENT PETER SALOVEY ON MARCH 10, 2020 *
Further information to follow when available.