Undergraduate

VIRTUAL: Let's Talk Title IX: Insights from Then and Now

Join us for a discussion on September 27th at 7:30pm EST between Yale women trailblazers about their experiences, challenges, advice for our future leaders, and a conversation about what the future holds for Title IX. The panel will include Yale Alumni - Lisa Brummel ‘81 (Basketball), co-owner of Seattle storm and former VP of Human Resources at Microsoft, Dr. Mónica Lebrón ‘01 (Softball) - Deputy Athletic Director at the University of Tennessee and Katrina Garry ‘18 (Track), Deputy Title IX Coordinator at University of San Francisco.

VIRTUAL: Creating Communities of Inclusion and Belonging for Youth with Disabilities

Many faith communities still struggle to welcome and weave youth with disabilities into the ministries and relationships that make up the life of their congregation. Yet we are called to be communities without asterisks. Dr. Carter will share a powerful framework for reflecting upon and fostering belonging within youth and other congregational ministries. Together, we will explore the implications of this work on the ways we support youth with disabilities and on the ways we spur our own churches to be more inclusive and welcoming.

Yale Veterans BBQ

An annual tradition that was paused to limit the possibility of spreading COVID in the days before vaccination, the Yale Veterans BBQ is an opportunity for veteran students, staff, faculty, ROTC, alumni, active duty, and allies to gather, enjoy free food and drink, and make connections across schools, classes, and job specialties. This year, catered by Sanctuary Kitchen, and Ricky D’s Rib Shack.

[Webinar] After Roe: The Role of Business in Access to Reproductive Healthcare

In the wake of the Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision, access to reproductive healthcare varies widely from state to state. How should businesses act to preserve that access for their employees, customers, and other stakeholders? We talk to alumni and faculty with expertise in human capital and reproductive health.
Panelists:
Natalie Adsuar, MD ‘10: Obstretician-Gynaecologist, Cleveland Clinic
Lisa Allen’91: Senior Vice President, HR & Talent Management, Sharp HealthCare
Heidi Brooks: Senior Lecturer in Organizational Behavior

The Charitable Impulse: Philanthropic Values from the 18th Century to Today

In the eighteenth century, charitable acts and societies in England and the American colonies were motivated by an understanding of moral and ethical obligations of the “better off” to do good works on behalf of the “needy.” Philanthropic organizations from this time reveal historical attitudes toward the benefit to the individual and the public of charitable activities.

OGSDD West Campus Tour

Come and see the amenities that Yale West Campus has to offer – and where to find them! The West Campus Fellows from the Office for Graduate Student Development and Diversity (OGSDD) will be leading a walking tour of West Campus. Highlights of the tour will include the cafeteria, fitness center, nature trails, farm, cores, and shuttle stops. This event is open to everyone (students, staff, and faculty) including people who currently work and study on West Campus and those who are considering it! Light snacks will be provided!

Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Student Welcome Mixer

Join us for an opportunity to meet with new as well as current Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander students at Yale. Delicious refreshments will be served. All Yale College, Graduate and Professional School students are welcome to attend.
Co-hosted by the Asian American Cultural Center (AACC) and the Native American Cultural Center (NACC).
Location can be found through the registration link.

AACC South Asian Welcome Mixer

The South Asian Welcome Mixer is an opportunity for students who identify as South Asian to meet one another and also learn more about the Asian American Cultural Center as a university resource.
You will have a chance to meet our many South Asian student organizations (Nepali Student Association, Yale Rangeela, Yale Bengali Student Association, MonstRAASity, Yale Jashan Bhangra, and South Asian Society), play games including Carom and Ludo, have mehndi/henna art done on your hand, and enjoy some delicious South Asian appetizer food/drinks.

Asian LGBTQ+ Student Welcome Mixer

Join us for an opportunity to meet and mingle with Asian LGBTQ+ students from across campus, enjoy some delicious refreshments, and learn more about resources offered by the Asian American Cultural Center (AACC) as well as the Office of LGBTQ Resources. This event is open to Yale College, Graduate and Professional school students.
Location can be found through registration link.

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