What Is Reparative Metadata?: Illustrations & Considerations

Curious about what working with data can look like in cultural heritage? Interested in learning about how data holders reconcile institutional histories and disciplinary conventions with changing ethical commitments? Not sure you know exactly what reparative metadata is? Join us virtually to hear from five Yale Library experts about their work in reparative metadata at every level, from implementing local changes with code to updating shared international standards, followed by a panel discussion.

Yale School of Art - Art & Activism: Rashida Bumbray & Jamal Cyrus in Conversation

Yale School of Art hosts their first Art & Activism conversation series that brings together world-renowned and courageous artists with academic leaders from the Arts to converse on societal matters that impact our nation. In this inaugural segment of this series, we welcome our keynote speakers, Curator Rashida Bumbray in conversation with Artist Jamal Cyrus, moderated by Nontsikelelo Mutiti, Director of Graduate Studies, Yale SOA Graphic Design.

Co-hosted with the Yale School of Architecture

Colloquium on Entrepreneurship: A Conversation with Jen Wong YC '96, Chief Operating Officer of Reddit

Please join the Program on Entrepreneurship at the Yale School of Management for a lively conversation with Reddit’s Chief Operating Officer, Jen Wong YC ’96 after their recent IPO. Jen will talk about how she has helped manage and build one of the largest online communities while driving advertising growth and revenues.

Recently listed at number 1 on Fast Company’s Queer 50, Jen was also included in the Gold House’s A100 List that honors the most impactful Asians and Asian American & Pacific Islanders in culture every May for API Heritage Month.

8th Annual WWN Recognition Award Ceremony

On behalf of the Working Women’s Network (WWN) and Executive Sponsor Joan O’Neill, we would like to invite you to join us for a hybrid celebration of our 2024 Recognition Award recipients. The 8th Annual WWN Recognition Award Ceremony will recognize five women who have been exemplary members of the Yale community: Aley Menon (Trailblazer), McKenzie Granata (Heroine), Mya Fisher (Visionary), Lori Rasile (Community Catalyst), and Victoria D’Agostino (Worklife Champion). Congratulate this year’s recipients on our kudoboard.

Empowering Black Women: Skills and Strategies for Success in the Workplace

Join YAAA for an empowering virtual panel discussion that will focus on providing Black women with the skills and strategies they need to succeed in the workplace. You’ll hear from a panel of accomplished speakers: Kelly Moore, Belinda E. Oliver, Fallon Thomas, Apple Pham, Olivia Best, Violeta Ware, and Jennifer Rawlings. The panel will be moderated by Shawana Snell. Don’t miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights and learn from successful Black women who have excelled in their careers.

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