Dwight Hall at Yale

Center for Public Service and Social Justice

March
Thursday
23

Robert L. Bernstein International Human Rights Symposium: Religion and Human Rights

4:15pm

One of the most interesting developments of the opening years of the millennium has been the resurgence of...
March
Saturday
25

Bending the Arc - Strategies to Advance Democracy, Human Rights, and the Rule of Law in the New Administration

8:00am

*** RSVP by MONDAY 3/20 at https://...

March
Tuesday
28

Living in Uncertain Times: Engaging in Conversation about Diversity and Bias

6:00pm

Dr. Wendy Simmons, Director of SERC presents as part of the Courageous Conversations Workshop Series on Implicit Bias in our lives, classroom, and...

March
Wednesday
29

WGSS Race, Sex, and Ethics series, Michael Burroughs of Penn State University presents Learning to Listen: Childhood, Education, and Epistemic Injustice

5:00pm

Building from recent literature in the field of feminist epistemology, Professor Burroughs will discuss the ways in which children, as a social...

March
Wednesday
29

Collaboratory: Yale Democrats

6:30pm

Collaboratory is a series of events that brings together New Haven neighbors — residents, students, entrepreneurs, and activists — to build...

March
Thursday
23

Robert L. Bernstein International Human Rights Symposium: Religion and Human Rights

4:15pm

One of the most interesting developments of the opening years of the millennium has been the resurgence of...
March
Saturday
25

Bending the Arc - Strategies to Advance Democracy, Human Rights, and the Rule of Law in the New Administration

8:00am

*** RSVP by MONDAY 3/20 at https://...

March
Tuesday
28

Living in Uncertain Times: Engaging in Conversation about Diversity and Bias

6:00pm

Dr. Wendy Simmons, Director of SERC presents as part of the Courageous Conversations Workshop Series on Implicit Bias in our lives, classroom, and...

March
Wednesday
29

WGSS Race, Sex, and Ethics series, Michael Burroughs of Penn State University presents Learning to Listen: Childhood, Education, and Epistemic Injustice

5:00pm

Building from recent literature in the field of feminist epistemology, Professor Burroughs will discuss the ways in which children, as a social...

March
Wednesday
29

Collaboratory: Yale Democrats

6:30pm

Collaboratory is a series of events that brings together New Haven neighbors — residents, students, entrepreneurs, and activists — to build...

Welcome

March
Thursday
23

Robert L. Bernstein International Human Rights Symposium: Religion and Human Rights

4:15pm

One of the most interesting developments of the opening years of the millennium has been the resurgence of...
March
Saturday
25

Bending the Arc - Strategies to Advance Democracy, Human Rights, and the Rule of Law in the New Administration

8:00am

*** RSVP by MONDAY 3/20 at https://...

March
Tuesday
28

Living in Uncertain Times: Engaging in Conversation about Diversity and Bias

6:00pm

Dr. Wendy Simmons, Director of SERC presents as part of the Courageous Conversations Workshop Series on Implicit Bias in our lives, classroom, and...

March
Wednesday
29

WGSS Race, Sex, and Ethics series, Michael Burroughs of Penn State University presents Learning to Listen: Childhood, Education, and Epistemic Injustice

5:00pm

Building from recent literature in the field of feminist epistemology, Professor Burroughs will discuss the ways in which children, as a social...

March
Wednesday
29

Collaboratory: Yale Democrats

6:30pm

Collaboratory is a series of events that brings together New Haven neighbors — residents, students, entrepreneurs, and activists — to build...

Dwight Hall Mission

“To nurture and inspire students as leaders of social change and to advance justice and service in New Haven and around the world.”

Dwight Hall is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization independent of Yale, which was founded by undergraduates in 1886 and has operated continuously since then as a student-led entity.  As the Center for Public Service and Social Justice, Dwight Hall reflects a diverse Yale student body and a strong history of social justice work in New Haven and beyond.