Did you enjoy our first "Tastes Like Home" last semester with KASY?
Do you love free food?
Do you enjoy cooking?
Do you miss the food you used to eat back home?
The Asian American Students Alliance presents "Tastes Like Home," an educational cooking series. This week we'll be partnering with the South Asian Society at Yale. At this event, we'll be cooking, singing some karaoke, and eating together.
TBD (some delicious South Asian dishes!!)
**SPACES ARE LIMITED IN ORDER TO ENSURE THAT WE HAVE ENOUGH FOOD/SPACE (FIRST 30 PEOPLE WILL GET SPOTS)**
Are you interested in pursuing graduate or professional school in law, medicine, business, academia, environmental studies, public health, architecture or the arts, or want to network with graduate students at Yale over dinner?
The AACC will be hosting a Graduate School Fair, with participation from Yale graduate and professional school students. We will have graduate students from a variety of graduate and professional schools, including the Law School, Medical School, School of Management, Forestry and Environmental Studies, School of Public Health, Graduate School of Arts and Science, and more!
If interested, please fill out this survey and spread the word and this link.
The YSN Office of Diversity & Inclusion is pleased to announce that our inaugural Visiting Scholar, Bernice Coleman ’83, PhD, ACNP-BC, FAHA, FAAN, will come to YSN from March 22-31, 2017.
Dr. Bernice Coleman, a nurse scientist and board certified acute care nurse practitioner at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, is both a YSN alumna of the class of 1983 and a native of Connecticut. Since YSN, Dr. Coleman has earned her PhD in nursing and has had an impressive nursing career focused on using genomics to address disparities in heart transplantation survival rates among African American patients. She has received numerous awards and distinctions, including the 2008 YSN Distinguished Alumna Award, the GE Healthcare and American Association of Critical Care Nurses Pioneering Spirit Award, induction as a fellow of the American Academy of Nursing and the American Heart Association, and she was the 2016 YSN commencement speaker.
Dr. Coleman is an excellent resource for the Yale community and we encourage you to engage with her during her time as a Visiting Scholar at YSN. Attend Dr. Coleman’s talk on Wednesday, 3/29, 1pm, Room 11706 at YSN. Lunch is provided. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP. If you are interested in meeting with Dr. Coleman either one-on-one or with a group of interested students, please email email@example.com to set up a meeting.
Come to the 2nd Annual Cultural Evening cohosted by the International Student Organization and Accent Magazine! We invite you to sample food from around the world, take pictures with your friends at the Photobooth, watch spectacular performances, and enjoy an evening of culture and fun. This is a FREE event and open to ALL members of the Yale community. We're excited to see you there!
We begin our series of Fulbright and Rhodes/Marshall/Mitchell information sessions this week – details can be found on our calendar. Please encourage students you think might make strong candidates to consider major fellowships like the Fulbright, Rhodes, and Marshall. Daunted by these big fellowships, many wonderful students don’t consider applying and your encouragement means a great deal to them, and can ensure that they don’t miss out on a great opportunity.
The Fulbright will fund a year’s study (including of creative & performing arts), an independent project, or the teaching of English in any of more than 140 countries. The Marshall, Mitchell, Rhodes, and other fellowships will fund one to three years’ graduate study in the UK or Ireland. These are only a few of the fellowships open to seniors, many more can be found on our website: http://funding.yale.edu/.
We are seeking undergraduates to join us in a program for humanities in the community through teaching and mentoring New Haven high-schoolers this summer.
Citizens, Thinkers, Writers: Reflecting on Civic Life is a two-week summer program at Yale University for students from New Haven public schools who want to think deeply about fundamental human questions in a college setting. The program aims especially at high-schoolers who will be the first in their immediate family to attend college. Students will see themselves as active participants in along-running philosophical conversation that dates back to ancient Greece and Rome and will link this conversation to their own experiences as citizens in twenty-first-century New Haven.
Students will live on campus in Yale residential housing Sunday through Friday, going home on the weekend. The seminar will meet each morning for two consecutive sessions led by Yale faculty. Afternoons will be filled with breakout groups, writing workshops, guest speakers, and local field trips.
Residential Teaching Assistants (RTAs) provide mentorship, lead small breakout groups, organize supplementary workshops, help students with the analytic reading and writing skills essential for success at college, and facilitate a positive learning environment and community. RTAs are also expected to serve as mentors on the college admissions and decisions process, and to commit to continuing in this role throughout the 2017-18 academic year. RTAs live in college residential housing with the students during the two-week program and receive full room and board plus a stipend of $2,000.
Attend all mandatory training sessions and staff meetings, program sessions and activities
Read all course materials and be prepared to discuss with students
Meet daily with a breakout group of four students to answer questions about the readings and work on writing; organize supplementary workshops
Work with students on analytic reading and writing skills essential for success at college
Live with students in the residences
Foster a supportive and thriving learning environment
Facilitate community building among students
Support program and residential check-in and check-out procedures
Organize and encourage participation in residential life activities
Assist in communicating rules and ensuring student safety and security
Serve as positive role models to students at all times
Mentor students on the college admissions and decisions process throughout the 2016–17 academic year
Current Yale undergraduate, rising juniors or seniors only
Strong academic record with interest in the humanities
A love of reading, writing, and reflecting on fundamental questions
Experience working in a mentoring, advising or teaching capacity
Commitment to working with youth from backgrounds historically underrepresented in higher education, including low-income and first-generation college students
Prerequisites: Intellectual curiosity and a sense of humor. Prior knowledge or finance experience not required.
The Yale Investments Office, which stewards the $25 billion Yale Endowment, is seeking analysts to assist in managing Yale’s financial assets. Past and current analysts possess diverse academic backgrounds – we’ve hired natural science, social science, humanities, and engineering majors. We look for intelligent individuals eager to pursue new challenges and work for a meaningful cause. Over the last 20 years, the Yale Endowment has contributed $14 billion to the University’s operating budget, enabling Yale to maintain its generous financial aid, extraordinary teaching, and state of the art research. Working to generate these billions of dollars for the University is the Yale Investments Office staff, which, over the same 20 year period, has produced the highest annualized returns of any college endowment.
Analysts will work directly with senior staff, including Chief Investment Officer David Swensen and Senior Director Dean Takahashi, meet and interact with some of the world’s leading investment managers, and help identify Yale’s next investment opportunities. Analysts will have significant responsibility and will be tasked with a variety of projects and roles. Examples of past projects include:
• Building a model of a financial swap
• Researching the merits of investing in China
• Analyzing the impact of inflation on real estate and timber investments
Most importantly, analysts benefit from a collaborative, enthusiastic, and mission-driven office culture.
For your application, please email Ahmed Sarhan (firstname.lastname@example.org) the following:
2. Transcript (Unofficial transcript would suffice)
3. Cover letter (1 page)
Seeking programmers and dev-ops for US-Vietnamese e-commerce start-up.
We are an e-commerce start-up in Vietnam with an international, distributed development team. We are growing, and we need engineers to build our platform. We have a huge variety of work, more work than we can possibly complete: all cutting-edge dev-ops, Node.js, and database work. Anything you want to learn, anywhere you can gain experience and contribute, will be welcome.
Example Roles and Responsibilities:
Node.js application development
PouchDB NoSQL database development
Front-end web design and programming
Data-driven decision-making: data capture, analysis, reporting
Integration with third-party APIs, Facebook, Slack, Magento, Mixpanel
Site reliability engineering; disaster recovery mitigation
There has been a sea change in sheer numbers of people traveling outside of their comfort zones and encountering other cultures -- but increased tourism alone does not go deep enough to break down misperceptio
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