Join us for a conversation with Yale College Dean Pericles Lewis and Professor Anjelica Gonzalez on how basic science becomes impactful through a focus on human needs. Prof. Gonzalez is Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Head of Davenport College, and Faculty Director at Tsai Center for Innovative Thinking at Yale. Her work focuses on engineering solutions for human diseases not addressed well in animal models. Prof. Gonzalez is co-founder of Aero Therapeutics, a company that develops respiratory devices for infants.
Spouses And Partners
“Surviving Trouble Waters”
About the Lecture:
Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed when faced with your child’s challenging behaviors?
Do you find yourself struggling to stay calm?
You are not alone.
Human beings are built to reflect each other’s emotions. When our children display intense feelings and behaviors, our brains naturally reflect those. We start to feel stressed, angry, fearful, or overwhelmed just like our kids. You will learn practical strategies to be a calm center for your child’s emotional world.
After this class, you will be able to:
Come see YGC, RB, WORD, Sabro, Desta, Dzana, the Kappas, and more!
Lost Tribe, Broken Tribe, One Tribe–
March 3rd 2023 – 2 pm to 3.30 pm (ET)
Public policy challenges: territory, society and gender
Margarita Velázquez Gutiérrez,
Professor-Researcher, Center for Multidisciplinary and Regional Research, National Autonomous University of Mexico. Co-founder Gender, Society and Environment Research Network
From time to time we all have friends or family who suffer with low mood. When low mood persists,
it is hard to know what to do, especially when you worry about making things worse. This is not a program about your mental and emotional health, but it is about the very positive role you can play in other’s
wellness. Because you are probably not a doctor or health professional, there are limits to the
support you can provide, so it is important to know those boundaries. Then, once you understand
As part two of The House’s Black History Month event series about the Kaepernick & America documentary, we will co-host a Trumbull College Tea featuring Steve Wyche, the reporter who broke the Colin Kaepernick story. He will share about his career in journalism, and the impact that the media had and continues to have on the Kaepernick saga and racial politics in general. This event is co-sponsored by Trumbull College and the Yale Journalism Initiative.
Join us for a screening of the award-winning documentary Kaepernick & America. It was nominated as Best Sports Documentary by the Critic’s Choice Awards, was called “exemplary” in the New York Times, and premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. The documentary explores the life of Colin Kaepernick, former NFL quarterback and activist, as he took a stance against racism and police brutality. Following the screening, there will be Q&A with the co-producers, director, and the reporter who broke the Colin Kaepernick story.