Graduate And Professional

Parents of LGBTQ Children Lunch

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.

Accessible Word Documents, PowerPoint Presentations and PDFs

This beginner’s document accessibility workshop is designed to train staff in the basic methods used for making Word documents, PowerPoint Presentations, and PDFs digitally accessible, for inclusion on university websites or for university-related business, including teaching, student services, and other administrative support. It is appropriate for anyone interested in learning how to make documents used in everyday university business more accessible and will cover the fundamentals of document creation and remediation.

Equality in Design Brown Bag Lunch Talk: Gabrielle Printz

Join us for Equality in Design’s Fall 2019 Brown Bag Lunch Talk with Gabrielle Printz, an architectural researcher, writer, designer, and co-founder of feminist architecture collective (f-architecture). Her current research explores landscapes of detention and the spatial and performative networks which connect border and prison. This exploration manifested most recently in the web-based project C-A-R-TRIP.US.

Yale Africa Week: Women in Sports

We invite you to join Simidele Adeagbo, 2019 World Fellow, Olympian, and former head of Nike Africa Marketing for the Running category, for a conversation as part of Yale’s Africa Week events. Simidele will speak about the the power of sport to move Africa forward, its role in developing the next generation of female of leaders and her historic Olympic journey.

ANY & WWN - How to Run/Facilitate an Effective Meeting

Join the Asian Network at Yale & Women’s Working Network for an interactive session with Sheraz Iqbal, Assistant Director of the Asian American Cultural Center. Learn about obstacles leaders face when facilitating a meeting and how to address these obstacles. Gain new skills applicable to your everyday job/leadership position at Yale! To register, go to:

Timothy Dwight Presents "The Night Is Yours" by Abdul-Razak Zachariah

Abdul-Razak Zachariah grew up in West Haven, Connecticut, and is a loyal 2017 TD alum. He was deeply involved in diversity and inclusion advocacy and received the Mellon Mays Research Fellowship and the Nakanishi Prize. Abdul’s first book, The Night is Yours, was released in July 2019 by Dial Books for Young Readers, an imprint of Penguin Random House. The story is based on the apartment complex and community where he grew up in West Haven. The Night is Yours is the product of his Education Studies capstone project.

The Four Horsemen

Yale Natyamandala is hosting the Jiva Performing Arts Group from New York City, for their acclaimed production “The Four Horsemen.” This classical Indian dance production that explores the human metaphors of the four horsemen of conquest, war, famine and death, through the very real stories of female protagonists. Challenging the notions of Indian classical dance content and technique, these intimately relatable stories bring the never-ending cycle of despair and hope vividly to life. Additionally there will be a dance workshop before the performance

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