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Category: Events

Sunday April 27, Lighthouse Point Registration begins at 9 AM and the Walk begins at 10 AM Were you or a family friend born premature?  Interested in becoming more involved with the March of Dimes?  Did you walk at home?  Show your support for moms, babies, and families in the local community by participating with Yale’s March for […]

Interested in a Career in Public Interest Advocacy? Come to a panel discussion this Thursday to hear from leading advocates in the state and how a background in law can prepare you for a career in advocacy. There will be a brief presentation from each panelist, followed by question and answer. Careers in Advocacy Thursday […]

The Fulbright U.S. Student Program provides grants for individually designed study/research projects or for English Teaching Assistant Programs.  A candidate will submit a Statement of Grant Purpose defining activities to take place during one academic year in a participating country outside the U.S. Tuesday, February 24 at 4:00pm CIPE, 55 Whitney Avenue, room 305

Current Federal Initiatives in Early Education & Care Lecture by Linda K. Smith, Deputy Assistant Secretary & Liaison for Early Childhood, US Administration for Children and Families, US Department of Health and Human Services. Monday, February 24, 9:00-10:00am Cohen Auditorium; Distance-Learning Center LEVEL E, 230 S. FRONTAGE RD ziglercenter.yale.edu

The first YCT show of the semester is almost here! The show is The Story of the Lightning Bugs, written and directed by Maggie Green. It’s the story of two friends who learn how to bring a little more light to the world.  There’s bears, wizards, and adventure!  There is available parking on High Street […]

Participating in a spring break trip?  Attend Before you go: Travel & Volunteerism in Critical Perspectives The next sessions are 2/28 and 3/7 (Friday, 5-6pm) in the Dwight Hall Library. All trip leaders are required to attend, and trip participants are encouraged to attend.  

Puppy Mill sales in Connecticut February 25th, 6:00pm. Oliver Wolcott Library Meeting Room 160 South Street, Litchfield, CT-06579 CT Votes for Animals and the ASPCA have arranged a special opportunity for Senator Chapin’s constituents to request his support for Humane Pet Shop legislation. This legislation will put an end to puppy mill sales in CT. […]

The Yale Undergraduate Prison Project and the Black Student Association at Yale are excited to announce “We Are All Criminals” (WAAC), a project that works to de-stigmatize criminal records.      25% of people in the US have criminal records, and they face discrimination in countless areas, including housing, employment and politics. WAAC shines a light on the other 75%, […]

Join the Yale Humanist Community and Professor Paul Bloom on March 5 for a lecture by Professor Fran de Waal at 7PM in SSS 114 entitled: The Bonobo and the Atheist.           Professor, author, and Yerkes National Primate Research Center Director  Frans de Waal —  named one of TIME Magazine’s 1 00 Most […]

Dinner with Joe DeNicola  February 18, 2014 6:00 pm Silliman College Dining Hall Annex   Interested in youth development in New Haven?  Or how to combine a private sector career with social entrepreneurship?  Then join the Yale Alumni Nonprofit Alliance (YANA) for dinner with Joe DeNicola (SM ’86, FES ’96). Joe DeNicola is a managing […]