Dwight Hall at Yale

Center for Public Service and Social Justice

February
Wednesday
21

Status Update: The Social Origins of Affluent Americans' Views Toward Inequality

12:00pm

Lecture by Adam Thal, Postdoctoral Associate in Policy Research at the ISPS Policy Lab and Lecturer in Political Science, Yale University...

February
Thursday
22

Income Inequality in the US: Economics, History, and Social Impact

5:00pm

A panel discussion with
Beverly Gage - American Studies, History
Jacob Hacker - Political Science,...

February
Thursday
22

The Commons

5:00pm

The Commons: a monthly collision of arts, culture, and community.
The series, FREE (but registration is requested) and...

February
Friday
23

Yale Sustainable Food Systems Symposium

8:00am

The Yale Food Systems Symposium (YFSS) is a student led, interdisciplinary conference initiated by students at the Yale School of Forestry...

February
Friday
23

A Benefit Perfomance for the Immigrant Bail Fund

7:00pm

All proceeds from this performance go to the Immigrant Bail Fund (IBF), a joint project between Unidad Latina en Acción (ULA), Connecticut...


Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers Needed for Abe's Tent

When: 3/19 - 3/26 (second week of Spring Break) Last day to sign up 2/26
Where:
Announcement Description:
Volunteers needed from 3/19 - 3/26!!! SIGN UP by 2/26

Come...


Jobs, Internships, Fellowships

Info Session- Pulitzer/ YPCCC Climate Change Reporting Fellowship

Info Session: 2017 Yale Fellow Elham Shabahat along with a representative from the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication will host an information session on Thursday, February 22 to meet with interested students at 4pm in...


Jobs, Internships, Fellowships

Student Ambassador Recruitment

Announcement Description: Beauty is You, INC. is a non-profit organization
that focuses on empowering teens & women in the community.  We provide
support and education through different community...


Jobs, Internships, Fellowships

“I Matter” Project seeks Part-Time Project Manager

“I Matter” Project seeks Part-Time Project Manager

The “I Matter” Project, a grassroots, art-based youth-empowerment program, is seeking a high-energy, super-organized, efficient, reliable individual for a part-time position as Project...


Jobs, Internships, Fellowships

Climate and Public Health Internships

Interns Needed to Lead Projects
goNewHavengo alternative transportation coalition is looking for an intern to
coordinate the 2018 CarFree Challenge and also coordinate Live! Car Free
...


Spotlight

Fall 2017 Member Group Review

Dwight Hall continues to implement a new database through Salesforce.  For an introduction, take a look at this article that introduces some concepts of the “Record.”   Here, we...


In the News

Middle school students write, direct and perform show at Long Wharf Theatre

Urban Fellow Jared Michaud is serving at Long Wharf Theater this year. This past semester, he led a group of middle schoolers in performing a devised theater production, “The Nightmare on Evil Street”. Read about it here! ...


In the News

Vendor fights homelessness

Brianna Wu writes about the Yale Hunger and Homelessness Action Project (YHHAP) and the Elm City Echo. Maddy Batt ‘19, a Dwight Hall Urban Fellow and a co-coordinator for the Echo, is quoted. 


In the News

Dwight Hall adjusts to temporary move

Executive Director Peter Crumlish, Student Executive Committee Co-Coordinator Matthew Coffin ‘19, and Yale Refugee Project Rosa Shapiro-Thompson ‘19 are quoted in talking about Dwight Hall’s temporary move to 143 Elm Street. All agree that...


In the News

Building Bridges tackles educational ineqaulity between rural, urban China

Building Bridges is a Dwight Hall member group working to “bridge” the gap between the differences in progress in urban and rural China. The group partners with Chinese universities like Peking University, Shanghai Jiaotong University, and Hong...


In the News

Yalies to Build Art Studio

“The empty building has sat for so long,” said Karen Jones, a resident of the Dixwell neighborhood, as she motioned to the abandoned factory across the street from her home. “I’d like to see...

February
Wednesday
21

Status Update: The Social Origins of Affluent Americans' Views Toward Inequality

12:00pm

Lecture by Adam Thal, Postdoctoral Associate in Policy Research at the ISPS Policy Lab and Lecturer in Political Science, Yale University...

February
Thursday
22

Income Inequality in the US: Economics, History, and Social Impact

5:00pm

A panel discussion with
Beverly Gage - American Studies, History
Jacob Hacker - Political Science,...

February
Thursday
22

The Commons

5:00pm

The Commons: a monthly collision of arts, culture, and community.
The series, FREE (but registration is requested) and...

February
Friday
23

Yale Sustainable Food Systems Symposium

8:00am

The Yale Food Systems Symposium (YFSS) is a student led, interdisciplinary conference initiated by students at the Yale School of Forestry...

February
Friday
23

A Benefit Perfomance for the Immigrant Bail Fund

7:00pm

All proceeds from this performance go to the Immigrant Bail Fund (IBF), a joint project between Unidad Latina en Acción (ULA), Connecticut...


Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers Needed for Abe's Tent

When: 3/19 - 3/26 (second week of Spring Break) Last day to sign up 2/26
Where:
Announcement Description:
Volunteers needed from 3/19 - 3/26!!! SIGN UP by 2/26

Come...


Jobs, Internships, Fellowships

Info Session- Pulitzer/ YPCCC Climate Change Reporting Fellowship

Info Session: 2017 Yale Fellow Elham Shabahat along with a representative from the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication will host an information session on Thursday, February 22 to meet with interested students at 4pm in...


Jobs, Internships, Fellowships

Student Ambassador Recruitment

Announcement Description: Beauty is You, INC. is a non-profit organization
that focuses on empowering teens & women in the community.  We provide
support and education through different community...


Jobs, Internships, Fellowships

“I Matter” Project seeks Part-Time Project Manager

“I Matter” Project seeks Part-Time Project Manager

The “I Matter” Project, a grassroots, art-based youth-empowerment program, is seeking a high-energy, super-organized, efficient, reliable individual for a part-time position as Project...


Jobs, Internships, Fellowships

Climate and Public Health Internships

Interns Needed to Lead Projects
goNewHavengo alternative transportation coalition is looking for an intern to
coordinate the 2018 CarFree Challenge and also coordinate Live! Car Free
...


Spotlight

Fall 2017 Member Group Review

Dwight Hall continues to implement a new database through Salesforce.  For an introduction, take a look at this article that introduces some concepts of the “Record.”   Here, we...


In the News

Middle school students write, direct and perform show at Long Wharf Theatre

Urban Fellow Jared Michaud is serving at Long Wharf Theater this year. This past semester, he led a group of middle schoolers in performing a devised theater production, “The Nightmare on Evil Street”. Read about it here! ...


In the News

Vendor fights homelessness

Brianna Wu writes about the Yale Hunger and Homelessness Action Project (YHHAP) and the Elm City Echo. Maddy Batt ‘19, a Dwight Hall Urban Fellow and a co-coordinator for the Echo, is quoted. 


In the News

Dwight Hall adjusts to temporary move

Executive Director Peter Crumlish, Student Executive Committee Co-Coordinator Matthew Coffin ‘19, and Yale Refugee Project Rosa Shapiro-Thompson ‘19 are quoted in talking about Dwight Hall’s temporary move to 143 Elm Street. All agree that...


In the News

Building Bridges tackles educational ineqaulity between rural, urban China

Building Bridges is a Dwight Hall member group working to “bridge” the gap between the differences in progress in urban and rural China. The group partners with Chinese universities like Peking University, Shanghai Jiaotong University, and Hong...


In the News

Yalies to Build Art Studio

“The empty building has sat for so long,” said Karen Jones, a resident of the Dixwell neighborhood, as she motioned to the abandoned factory across the street from her home. “I’d like to see...

Welcome

February
Wednesday
21

Status Update: The Social Origins of Affluent Americans' Views Toward Inequality

12:00pm

Lecture by Adam Thal, Postdoctoral Associate in Policy Research at the ISPS Policy Lab and Lecturer in Political Science, Yale University...

February
Thursday
22

Income Inequality in the US: Economics, History, and Social Impact

5:00pm

A panel discussion with
Beverly Gage - American Studies, History
Jacob Hacker - Political Science,...

February
Thursday
22

The Commons

5:00pm

The Commons: a monthly collision of arts, culture, and community.
The series, FREE (but registration is requested) and...

February
Friday
23

Yale Sustainable Food Systems Symposium

8:00am

The Yale Food Systems Symposium (YFSS) is a student led, interdisciplinary conference initiated by students at the Yale School of Forestry...

February
Friday
23

A Benefit Perfomance for the Immigrant Bail Fund

7:00pm

All proceeds from this performance go to the Immigrant Bail Fund (IBF), a joint project between Unidad Latina en Acción (ULA), Connecticut...

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.