Graduate And Professional

'Rustin' Film Screening with Producer Bruce Cohen '83

Join us for a prerelease screening of the Netflix film Rustin, an inspiring story based on the life and work of Bayard Rustin, close advisor to the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and one of the most influential and effective organizers of the civil rights movement. Produced by Academy award winner Bruce Cohen ‘83, Higher Ground’s Tonia Davis and George C. Wolfe, the film features an all-star cast including Colman Domingo, Chris Rock, Glynn Turman, Jeffrey Wright and Audra McDonald.

LATINExcellence Showcase

The LATINExcellence Showcase is back for 2023! The showcase will feature visual art and written pieces on display, as well as performances by Latine/x individuals/groups ranging from comedy and music to dancing and speeches. . We are looking to celebrate Latine/x people in all spaces, to showcase all voices, talents, and achievements.

Those ages 21+ can enjoy a beverage in The Well which is open for this special event.

Unlocking Digital Public Infrastructure for Global Growth & Inclusion

Digital public infrastructure is quietly transforming the world, accelerating economic development and transforming economies. Can it also include the excluded, who face challenges in digital access? And is India’s transformative model of digital inclusion possible for low-income countries globally? Join us for a conversation about the promise and challenges in scaling digital public infrastructure, featuring Dr. Pramod Varma, a pioneer of digital public infrastructure in India and beyond.

VIRTUAL: Belonging at Yale Series - Belonging: Do we need a deeper exploration?

The Future Leaders of Yale, Office of Diversity and Inclusion and Belonging at Yale invite you to the Belonging at Yale Series. This three-event series will focus on belonging in a complex workplace. These events will explore what the new term of belonging at an organization means and offer diverse experiences and pathways to show and be authentic in a workspace.

The first part of this series will take place on Friday, October 27th, 2023 from 12:00-1:00PM around the topic of “Belonging: Do we need a deeper exploration?”

James R. Brudner '83 Memorial Prize and Lectures 2023-24: Cheryl Dunye (in New York City)

The James Robert Brudner ‘83 Prize, established in 2000, is awarded annually to an accomplished scholar, artist, or activist whose work has made significant contributions for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender and sexual minority communities. The Committee on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies, and the Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies faculty are honored to present this prize to Cheryl Dunye for 2023-24.

James R. Brudner '83 Memorial Prize and Lectures 2023-24: Cheryl Dunye (in New Haven)

The James Robert Brudner ‘83 Prize, established in 2000, is awarded annually to an accomplished scholar, artist, or activist whose work has made significant contributions for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender and sexual minority communities. The Committee on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies, and the Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies faculty are honored to present this prize to Cheryl Dunye for 2023-24.

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