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Jude Alawa, a Global Health Scholar majoring in global affairs and molecular, cellular, and developmental biology, has been awarded the Rotary Global Grant and the Fox International Fellowship to earn his M.Phil. in public health at Cambridge University. Alawa is from Miami, Florida by way of Damascus, Syria and is interested in the intersection between medicine and public policy, specifically with respect to humanitarian assistance and access to healthcare among marginalized populations. He has worked for the National Health Service…Find out more »
YDOS Returns To Urban Paradise Guild.
Yale Day of Service is an annual expression of Yale University's ethic of service to the community, and UPG has been hosting it since 2010!
A special presentation by Edward Ayers, Yale ’80 PhD in History and President of the University of Richmond. About the Speaker: Edward Ayers, Yale ’80 PhD in History, is a noted historian and the author of 11 books on American history. He is the recipient the National Medal for the Humanities, awarded by President Obama at the White House in the summer of 2013. He has also won the Bancroft Prize for distinguished writing in American History and the Beveridge Prize for the…Find out more »
ABOUT THE SPEAKER Chuck Eesley is an assistant professor in the department of management science and engineering at Stanford. His research and teaching interests focus on strategy and technology entrepreneurship. In the broadest sense, Chuck is interested in the "ideas sector" of the economy. Specifically, he wants to find out which individual attributes, strategies and institutional arrangements optimally drive the rate of innovation, high growth entrepreneurship and ultimately economic growth. Most recently Chuck has been teaching a technology entrepreneurship course…Find out more »
Experience a Special Night at the Theater with the Columbia Club of South Florida George Axelrod’s 1950s Broadway hit comedy: The Seven Year Itch at the Miami Theater Center in Miami Shores The Details: 7:00 pm - Welcome Reception including a talk-back with the MTC creative team, mix and mingle with other alums in MTC's Sandbox Space. 7:45 pm - Seating for Performance in the Main Theater. We have a limited number of discounted tickets available at $33.00 (includes pre-theater reception with the…Find out more »
The Harvard Business School Club of South Florida cordially invites you to: Public Entrepreneurship: What We Need Are More Inventors and Builders with Professor Mitchell Weiss Senior Lecturer of Business Administration Amidst all the hand-wringing and head scratching at stagnant government, there is, if you look to see it, also a new wave of energy. Leaders within private startups and public agencies, in this country and abroad, and for every level of government, are inventing new ways of transforming perhaps…Find out more »
Join over 30 other university alumni clubs for this private event at the 2015 WGC-Cadillac Championship while also helping to give back to the Miami community. Championship - Saturday Ticket Details: VIP parking / shuttle to Trump National Doral Clubhouse entrance (not available to general admission). Access to the newly renovated Trump National Doral Clubhouse (not available to general admission). General admission to the grounds for Saturday, March 7th at the tournament with the world’s top 50 golfers (gates open…Find out more »
François Henriquez, one of the event organizers shared “a great event, a capacity turnout." Attendees from the Yale Club of South Florida examined the impact of the First World War on American culture with four national scholars of film, literature, visual art, and memorials of whom three are Yale PhDs. The public program began at 10am, followed by an optional intimate lunch with the panelists. The Panelists: Pearl James, Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies, University of Kentucky Pearl James’s…Find out more »
Join your fellow Yalies in Coral Gables on February 24th, 7 pm - 10 pm at Aragon 101 (a home décor boutique and cooking school) located at 101 Aragon Ave in Coral Gables. We’ll have drinks, hors d'oeuvres, and most of all FUN! Aragon promises “good food in a stylish setting,” so if you’re all about tasty eats and sophistication, you’ll have a great time. Who knows—maybe you’ll even be inspired to sign up for cooking classes! Free to attend RSVP using this link: http://febclub.webs.com/feb24miami.htm…Find out more »