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Yale Powwow

Join us at the first Yale Powwow since 2018! Sharing space with Eid and Earth Day, the powwow will take place on April 22nd, 2023 from 12pm-6pm at the Lanman Center on Yale’s campus!! In celebration of the powwow’s return, our first powwow since 2018, we’ve opted for a theme of Roots and Regrowth.

Natalie Ball Dinner and Talk

Natalie Ball was born and raised in Portland, Oregon. She attained her Mater of Fine Arts in Painting and Printmaking at Yale School of Art in 2018. Her work has been shown internationally and she is the recipient of the 2020 Bonnie Bronson Award, a 2019 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, and 2018 Betty Bowen Award (Seattle Art Museum), among other honors.

Comedy Night with Karen Chee

Laugh and chat with comedian and Emmy-nominated writer Karen Chee on Thursday, April 6. Described as “unflinchingly cheery, happily ironic, [and] socially perceptive” (Harvard Magazine), Karen brings a young perspective and unique voice that draws her Korean-American heritage into her work.

Dean's Dialogue: Doing It All: Engineering, Entrepreneurship and University Engagement

Join us for a conversation with Yale College Dean Pericles Lewis and Professor Anjelica Gonzalez on how basic science becomes impactful through a focus on human needs. Prof. Gonzalez is Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Head of Davenport College, and Faculty Director at Tsai Center for Innovative Thinking at Yale. Her work focuses on engineering solutions for human diseases not addressed well in animal models. Prof. Gonzalez is co-founder of Aero Therapeutics, a company that develops respiratory devices for infants.

Gender & Policy Forum (Session 3)

Sustainable Development
March 3rd 2023 – 2 pm to 3.30 pm (ET)

Public policy challenges: territory, society and gender

Margarita Velázquez Gutiérrez,
Professor-Researcher, Center for Multidisciplinary and Regional Research, National Autonomous University of Mexico. Co-founder Gender, Society and Environment Research Network

New Worlds in the ‘New World’: Science-Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror in Contemporary Latin American Narrative and Culture

This two-day workshop will enable a group of outstanding scholars in the emergent field of studies of Latin American science-fiction, fantasy, and horror to reflect on the current state of the field and to continue discussing some of the significant questions posed by these forms of storytelling

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