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Category: Events

TAKE BACK THE NIGHT: Creating Positive Sexual Culture TBTN Events Schedule Take Back the Night (TBTN) is an annual campus event that aims to prevent sexual violence on Yale’s campus by creating a positive sexual culture. Through campus-wide events, TBTN empowers the Yale community to visualize ideal sexual encounters and to transform our sexual culture. TBTN will […]

Presenting:  Spring into Action An event co-sponsored by the Asian-American Cultural Center and the African-American Cultural Center  Please spring into action with us for the Spring Day of Service on Saturday, April 16th from 10 am – 2 pm to do volunteer work around New Haven! Spend the day exploring various New Haven neighborhoods while participating in a […]

Tuesday April 5, 2016, 4:30pm – 6:00pm LEPH (60 College St) Room 216 REGISTER HERE One of the most common questions asked of Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs: Are you a non-profit or a for-profit? In today’s environment, that question is much harder to answer, and understanding your options is crucial. This workshop will be led by […]

Friday April 8, 2016, 11:00am – 1:00pm Evans Hall, Classroom 4430 REGISTER HERE How do you convey your mission, whilst promoting your product or service? How do you build a brand that people know and love? Nathalie Laidler-Kylander Branding is a powerful tool that marketers leverage to deliver the values of the company or the product […]

The focus of the conference is to look at the intersection between finance and socially responsible investment practices. Speakers will engage the attendees in conversations on a broad range of socially responsible investment topics, including but not limited to shareholder advocacy and university endowment managing. The conference will held April 9 from 11:00 a.m. to […]

  To the YDS community, On Monday, February 22nd, the Yale Center for Faith and Culture at Yale Divinity School is sponsoring a special event at Battell Chapel. David Brooks will join Miroslav Volf in a conversation on character, flourishing, and the good life. Their topic is one that is central to YCFC’s Life Worth […]

Dear Global Brigades Community,   As many of you may have heard, Columbia University’s Medical Brigade volunteers suffered a tragic bus accident in Honduras last week and three volunteers lost their lives. Two volunteers are still receiving treatment at a NY hospital and three Honduran staff members were hospitalized as well.   To honor the […]

Talk by Cornell William Brooks, NAACP president and CEO, highlights Yale’s King holiday celebration By Michael Morand January 8, 2016 Cornell William Brooks The Yale community’s commemorations of the life and legacy of the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. ’64 Hon. LL.D. will include a keynote address by Cornell William Brooks ’90 J.D. on 5:30 […]