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December 31, 2016
Hilary Pennington, one of this year’s YPC keynote speakers, speaks to the value of listening to and acting on the ideas of those who are being served by one’s...
December 15, 2016
2017’s Yale Philanthropy Conference will explore how the increasing availability of data is affecting philanthropic strategy and impact. For this year’s World Human...
December 15, 2016
When pursued strategically, philanthropy and advocacy are like two sides of the same coin. Their practitioners both take action in service of needed social change, seeking to...
Dadaist art exhibition at the Yale Art Gallery
February 11, 2016
In 1916, a group of young men and women from across Europe came together in Zurich and shook the foundations of the art world. Firmly anti-authoritarian, they started an art...
Graduate student Mengnan Zhao, shown here on an ice floe in the Arctic Circle.
January 20, 2016
In Reina Maruyama’s line of work, you can’t call yourself a real scientist until you’ve flirted with frostbite while scouting for subatomic particles at the South Pole. Bone-...
Illustration of birds
October 7, 2015
Cardinals and woodpeckers evolved from a hawk-like ancestor and most of the world’s water birds also appear to be a close-knit group, indicating one avian lineage quickly...
Portrait of Abraham Lincoln
March 30, 2015
Yale’s Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library and the Yale University Art Gallery are acquiring the Meserve-Kunhardt Collection, one of the nation’s most historically...