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Undergraduate students from as far away as China, Sweden and the United Arab Emirates spent part of their summer at the Yale School of Public... [Read More]
Two centuries ago Queen Caroline of England was put on trial for adultery by her husband George IV, provoking an unprecedented media frenzy. Two Yale... [Read More]
Join Justice Collaboratory member Rodrigo Canales (Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior, Yale School of Management) as he discusses his police reform experiment in Mexico City. [Read More]
Learn about post-graduate funding opportunities with Gruber Fellowships in Global Justice and Women's Rights. [Read More]
In Beyond Cages, Marceau critiques the alliance between U.S. animal welfare organizations and the prosecuting state. [Read More]
CDO counselors will discuss the timing and process of preparing applications, as well as the finer points of resume and cover letter writing for the... [Read More]
The Norm-Shift Theory of Punishment... [Read More]
"Who shapes public opinion? Social media and social movements in Asia and the United States." [Read More]
Erendira Vanegas is coordinator of the New Haven Leon Sister City Project Domestic Violence Prevention Program, which has been active promoting women's rights in Leon... [Read More]
Poet and novelist Eileen Myles gave the keynote address at the Windham Campbell Festival's award ceremony on Sept. 17. [Read More]
Jyoti Thottam will deliver a talk social media's effects on public opinion titled "Who Shapes Public Opinion?" on Tuesday, Sept. 24 at Yale Law School. [Read More]
Deborah Berke, dean of the Yale School of Architecture appointed as a member of the jury for the Pritzker Architecture Prize. [Read More]
The Yale World Fellows will share their insights and experiences on Sept. 26 at the Global Innovation Symposium. [Read More]
Dean Takahashi will direct the Yale Carbon Offset Laboratory, a multidisciplinary initiative to develop solutions to the challenge of climate change. [Read More]
"Those Who Were There," a new podcast series from the Fortunoff Archive sharing the history of the Holocaust through first-hand testimonies. [Read More]
Sam Dolnick, an assistant managing editor of the Times who oversees their audio, film, and television projects, will speak at Yale on Monday, Sept. 23... [Read More]
President Peter Salovey has formed a task force to review and propose new ambitious and transformative goals for Yale's Climate Action initiative. [Read More]
Throughout the university, there are faculty, students, and staff fully engaged in analyzing the geophysical forces at play in global warming. [Read More]
Liz Neely and Ed Yong will discuss "Why Storytelling Matters for Science" on Monday, Sept. 23 at 4:30 p.m. in the Yale Science Building, 260... [Read More]
The Week Ender appears every Thursday in YaleNews and offers highlights of the many activities taking place at the university. [Read More]