Please spring into action with us for the Spring Day of Service to do volunteer work around New Haven! Spend the day exploring various New Haven neighborhoods while participating in a wide variety of service projects, ranging from community beautification projects to helping children with reading comprehension.
The Day of Service will begin at 9:00 am in Dwight Hall before we head out to the volunteer sites to ensure 10 am arrival. We will provide breakfast to all students, and bagged lunches to those on meal plans who provide an SID (that 9-digit number, not your net ID). We very much look forward to working together to contribute to our community! Feel free to direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Class of 2019:
Freshmen have the opportunity to participate in both Freshman Olympics and the Day of Service. Each freshman volunteering for the Day of Service will earn 20 points for his/her residential college's team. You will also arrive back on campus in time to participate in all events. Score points for your college by helping a great cause!
Intercultural Affairs Council Open Dinners Session 1
Date: Tuesday, April 12, 2016 Time: 5:30pm Place:Slifka Dining Hall (back room) Session 3
Date: Wednesday, April 13, 2016 Time: 5:00pm Place:Chaplain's House, 66 Wall St.
The IAC is an administrative branch of the university that seeks to affirm the university’s values of diversity and inclusion. As the IAC looks to next year, it invites undergraduate and graduate students to take part in dinner discussions so that they can incorporate students’ ideas about plans for IAC funding, programming and outreach into initiatives for next year.
Yale Queer+Asian will be hosting a conversation with Andrew Ahn for Pride at Yale! Andrew Ahn is a gay Korean-American filmmaker who is coming to screen his short films, Andy and Dol, accompanied by a discussion and Q&A about himself and his work. He will also show excerpts from his upcoming film, SPA NIGHT, which was screened at the Sundance Film Festival. He has won numerous awards and honors for his films and has been featured in NPR's Code Switch and the Huffington Post.
Andrew will be joining Q+A for dinner in Morse from 6:30pm-7:30pm.Please RSVP here if you are interested.
Caroline Nguyen Ticarro-Parker is the founder and executive director of The Catalyst Foundation, a nonprofit organization that helps children in Vietnam and fights human trafficking. Emigrated to the U.S. at the age five, she is now a prominent figure in the non-profit sector, providing direct humanitarian aid to Vietnam.
ViSA invites you to join Ms. Nguyen Ticarro-Parker for an in-depth discussion on humanitarianism, including issues such as human trafficking and ethical international adoption. Dinner will be served at the event. Please stay tuned for more details and the RSVP link. Contact email@example.com for more information.
USC Professor Viet Thanh Nguyen discusses his award-winning novel, The Sympathizer (2015), and his new book, Nothing Ever Dies: Vietnam and the Memory of War (2016) with Professor Jing Tsu, Chair of the Council on East Asian Studies and Professor of Chinese Literature and Comparative Literature. The two works are the fictional and scholarly bookends to a project that asks how we can ethically remember war and tell just and true war stories. The event will be followed by a book signing.
SAS will host a discussion with Mohammad Razvi, the Executive Director of The Council of Peoples Organization in New York City. COPO, as it is known, is a non-profit organization that works to assist low income immigrant families, particularly South Asians and Muslims. It also helps to build community relations between Muslims and non-Muslim communities. Our discussion will cover topics from South Asian advocacy to discrimination against South Asians. It will be a lively discussion, and all are welcome!
Yale School of Drama's Asian and Asian American Coalition hosts a staged reading of the play, "Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them," featuring Francesca McKenzie, Jake Lozano, Jae Shin. Following the reading will be a conversation with the playwright himself, A. Rey Pamatmat, YSD Playwriting Alum and Co-Director of the Ma-Yi Writer's Lab.
About "Edith": Three kids — Kenny, his sister Edith, and their friend Benji — are all but abandoned on a farm in remotest Middle America. With little adult supervision, they feed and care for each other, making up the rules as they go. But when Kenny’s and Benji’s relationship becomes more than friendship, and Edith shoots something she really shouldn’t shoot, the formerly indifferent outside world comes barging in whether they want it to or not.
Join TD Master and American Studies Professor Mary Lui for an intimate conversation with author Karen Tei Yamashita. Yamashita, currently Professor of Literature and Creative Writing at the University of California, Santa Cruz, has written numerous books, including National Book Award finalist I Hotel. She will discuss her most recent book, Anime Wong: Fictions of Performance.
Interested in Ethnic Studies? Interested in building a community passionate about Ethnic Studies scholarship? Join us for the first annual Yale Intercultural Colloquium The colloquium will bring together students from diverse fields of study and cultural communities to present essays, independent research, senior theses, and/or course papers that examine topics within the field of Ethnic Studies. The colloquium aims to provide a space for undergraduate students who are passionate about Ethnic Studies to come together, share ideas, and make valuable connections.
The Chinese American Students Association (CASA) of Yale presents this year’s cultural show: In Harmony, an evening of art and performances centered around the theme of togetherness. Join us for Yin, the exhibition of student art and photography in the JE Gallery from April 15-22, and Yang, performances of music, dance, spoken word, and more in the JE theater on April 22 — all of which explore the concepts of harmony in Chinese- and Asian-American identity and culture.
Performances will begin at 8:00pm (seats are limited!). There will be a reception after the show in the JE Gallery with free delicious food—including mochi, dumplings, and scallion pancakes—for everyone. You will have the chance to vote for your favorite acts and works of art. The winning performers and artists—as well as one lucky audience member—will win a $20 gift card to Chao Chao as a prize.
The Admissions Office is holding a series of phone-a-thons to reach out to admitted prefrosh. Tuesday night's event is centered around Yale communities, including the Cultural Centers. Sign up to make calls any time between 6:00pm and 10:00pm - you can make as many or as few calls as you'd like, and can make calls from anywhere you'd like.
Come meet current financial analysts, and learn about the paid summer internship and full-time employment opportunities in Yale’s Office of Financial Planning & Analysis. These positions are intended for rising seniors, but we encourage any interested students to attend the information session. The Summer Intern in Yale’s Office of Financial Planning & Analysis will receive hands on strategic financial analysis experience. The Summer Intern will learn financial analysis,financial modeling, business strategy, management reporting, and work on presentations to senior management.
Please see our summer internship posting on Simplicity (job title: “Summer Intern” and ID #12442086) and refer to the attachments for additional information. The application for full-time positions will become available in the fall. Light food will be provided. Contact Brandon Boyer TC’15 (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions or for additional information.
Creative Capital is seeking applicants for a number of paid internships. The interns will have a range of responsibilities, receiving an immersive work experience and gaining exposure to professional activities under the mentorship of Creative Capital staff. Based on their training and interests, interns will work in one of Creative Capital's administrative areas: Artist Services, Communications, Finance and Administration, Technical Services, and Professional Development Program.
In addition to their weekly departmental duties, interns will attend weekly seminars with senior staff to learn more about the entire organization. All interns will also be invited to participate in the 2016 Artist Retreat, a week-long gathering of artists, arts industry leaders, colleagues and staff at EMPAC in Troy, New York.
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