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Bo Hopkins ’86 M.B.A. and his wife, Ranji Nagaswami ’86 M.B.A.
The Yale Medal is the highest honor presented by the Association of Yale Alumni (AYA), awarded annually to members of the Yale family for their individual service to the...
Bridge pupils learning math.
Harnessing the power of markets in the fight against poverty has been an area of much study and experimentation over the past 40 years. Increasingly, business innovators are...
Hippo pools in the Mara River are saturated with hippo feces. (Photo by Chris Dutton)
Humans have competitors in their ability to befoul the world’s waterways: Hippos clog Africa’s Mara River with tons of their oxygen-eating, fish-killing feces, a new Yale...
New management training for immunization leaders launches in Rwanda
“This is an unprecedented opportunity,” said Erika Linnander, director of the Yale Global Health Initiative (GHLI), during her opening remarks at the recent launch in Kigali...
Hippos and the Mara River
Humans have competitors in their ability to befoul the world’s waterways: Hippos clog Africa’s Mara River with tons of their oxygen-eating, fish-killing feces, a new Yale...
‘Africa Salon’ brings culture and art from the continent to Yale
Africa Salon is Yale’s signature African arts and contemporary culture festival. Held every year in April, this year’s event featured panels on the politicization of black...
Louisa Lombard, Assistant Professor of Anthropology
The Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale has given its Director’s Award to Louisa Lombard, Assistant Professor of Anthropology....