The Office of Community Liaison at Yale SOM invites you to the inaugural Community mixer for student clubs and community organizations- local businesses and alumni to come together for an evening of networking.
Spouses And Partners
Part 1: Open Access at Yale Library with Lindsay Barnett and Sandra Aya Enimil
Part 2: Guest Speaker Peter Suber in Conversation with Daniel Dollar
Join us for our veteran and military welcome back BBQ event that will take place on Tuesday, September 19th from 4:30-6 pm. This event will be hosted by Yale Veterans Association (YVA), Yale Veterans Network (YVN) & Veteran & Military Affairs (VetMil). Come eat, have some great conversations, and expand your network!
Come celebrate Mexican culture & independence at the Yale vs. Holy Cross football game halftime show! This Latine Heritage Month performance showcases an exciting narrated collaboration between Mariachi Lux Et Veritas de Yale and the Yale Precision Marching Band. Come help us indulge in the rhythms of Mexican Independence on Saturday, September 16th at the Yale Bowl.
Ready to dive into the world of entrepreneurship and learn how to satisfy your thirst for success? A conversation discussing entrepreneurship in the beverage industry, scaling, and acquiring capital with Yale SOM’s Barry Nalebuff, Milton Steinbach Professor of Management and Co-founder of Honest Tea with Kristen Threat, Co-founder of New Haven’s Gorilla Lemonade.
In this virtual presentation, Dr. Abeba Birhane will address the ways that individuals and groups at the margins of society pay the highest price when AI systems fail, while the most privileged and powerful corporations benefit.
Historian Jill Newmark will discuss her research on Richard Henry Greene, the first African American to graduate from Yale University and a key figure in her new book Without Concealment, Without Compromise: The Courageous Lives of Black Civil War Surgeons.
Alan Mikhail, Chace Family Professor of History, will be discussing his new book My Egypt Archive with Jonathan Wyrtzen, associate professor of Sociology, History, and International Affairs.
This conference focuses on the ways in which the protest- in particular young feminist and student protest in México City- can be visualized, translated, most of all read and theorized as crucially pedagogical and critically political. Much of what is expressed, drawn, painted during the protest (graffiti, murals, pintas) fades or vanishes below the surface. My aim is to stay with what vanishes and fades, with what is incommensurable or difficult to be narrated or placed together, and may be constitutive of a political discourse or a pedagogical intervention.
“Las estrategias y acciones de las Transnational Advocacy Networks en defensa de las mujeres en situación de violencia aplicadas a los casos de Brasil y México” Expone: Eduarda Lattanzi.
Los Seminarios Abiertos del Grupo de Género & Derechos Humanos de la Red Latinoamericana de Estudios Interdisciplinarios de Género (LAIGN) tienen como objetivo propiciar un espacio de intercambio interdisciplinario sobre experiencias concretas que vinculan trabajos en diversos territorios con una reflexión desde los estudios de género y la perspectiva de los derechos humanos.