Understanding New Haven: A Framework for Community Engagement

Event time: 
Thursday, September 30, 2021 - 6:00pm to 7:15pm
Dwight Hall at Yale See map
67 High Street
New Haven, CT 06511
Event description: 

Learn more about the history of Yale’s host city and to gather insights on how our work is impacted by and has impacts on our neighbors.

In this session you will learn about the rich cultural history and development of New Haven, including issues of economic and racial inequity, with the objective of findings ways to become involved in the vibrant life beyond the walls of the university and make this city your home.

Presented by Dwight Hall Executive Director Peter Crumlish.

This session will be held in person at Dwight Hall and simulcast via Zoom.  Due to current campus guidelines, the event is limited to 18 in-person registrants on a first come - first serve basis.  

Yale students and affiliates may register on Yale Connect here.  

Zoom instructions will be sent at a later date to all those on the waiting list.  

Members of the broader New Haven community, Yale alumni/ae, and other guests are welcome to attend the Zoom session.  Please contact Johnny Scafidi via email to register.  

Event Type: 
Event Source: 
Dwight Hall Institution
Open To: 
Graduate Students