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Council on African Studies Program Coordinator Norah Langat at ASAA 2022 Conference
The Council on African Studies (CAS) and the Fox International Fellowship participated in the African Studies of Africa Association’s (ASAA) biennial conference, which took place at the University of...
Clockwise from top left: Marius Kothor, Amanda Joyce Hall, Doyle Calhoun, Thuto Thipe
The Council on African Studies congratulates four of its graduate affiliates on accepting tenure track positions at universities across the US. The affiliates, Doyle Calhoun, Amanda Joyce Hall,...
The whole MacMillan team sends a heartfelt congratulations to this year’s graduates, as well as all those who came back to campus last week to celebrate in person after two years of remote...
Priyamvada Natarajan
Priyamvada Natarajan, a Yale astrophysicist who explores cosmology, gravitational lensing, and black hole physics, is being honored with a Liberty Science Center (LSC) Genius Award for her extensive...
Credit: Taghyeer Organization
To do good science, we need to include diverse perspectives, work across disciplines and think outside the box while reminding ourselves that our goal as scientists is to serve humanity. I am...
The Council on East Asian Studies at Yale University invited Jin Y. Park, Professor and the Chair of the Department of Philosophy and Religion at American University, to deliver the 3rd Seong-Yawng...
(Top row, left to right) O. Keith Baker, Karen C. Seto, Richard Gutierrez Bribiescas, Rohini Pande, (second row, left to right) Alison Richard, Justin Driver, Ruslan Medzhitov, and Eduardo A. Groisman
Eight Yale faculty members in fields as diverse as anthropology, geography, law, and medicine are among the 261 accomplished individuals elected new members of the American Academy of Arts and...
Left to right, front row: Woo-kyoung Ahn, winner of the Lex Hixon ’63 Prize; Karin Roffman, senior lecturer in humanities, a co-winner of the Richard H. Brodhead ’68 Prize; Quan Tran, co-winner of the Richard H. Brodhead ’68 Prize; Stephanie Newell, winner of the Sidonie Miskimin Clauss Prize; and Tamar Gendler, dean of FAS. Back row: Jeffrey Brock, dean of the School of Engineering and dean of science for FAS; Kenneth Winkler, winner of the Harwood F. Byrnes/Richard B. Sewall Teaching Prize; Marla Geha, wi
Stephanie Newell, professor of English and interim chair, Council on African Studies, is the 2022 winner of the Sidonie Miskimin Clauss Prize for teaching excellence in the humanities. In a ceremony...
(Top row, left to right) O. Keith Baker, Karen C. Seto, Richard Gutierrez Bribiescas, Rohini Pande, (second row, left to right) Alison Richard, Justin Driver, Ruslan Medzhitov, and Eduardo A. Groisman
Eight Yale faculty members in fields as diverse as anthropology, geography, law, and medicine are among the 261 accomplished individuals elected new members of the American Academy of Arts and...
Photograph by Ed Ou
On April 29-30, Yale MacMillan’s Council on Middle East Studies (CMES), in partnership with the Alwaleed Center for American Studies and Research (CASAR) at the American University of Beirut, will...
Former UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon
Mr. Ban served as the Chairman of Presidential National Council on Climate and Air Quality (NCCA) (2019-2021). In 2018, Mr. Ban was elected as the Chairman of Boao Forum for Asia. Mr. Ban, along...
“It sure seems that way to me.” That is how President Joe Biden supported his off-the-cuff comment that Russian atrocities in Ukraine amounted to genocide. A legal finding to that end, however,...