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April 2021

Apr 22 – “Lost Restaurants of Miami” with Seth Bramson ’69

April 22, 2021 | 8:30 pm till 9:00 pm

Please join us on April 22nd 8-9pm for an exciting journey of  Lost Restaurants of Miami presented by our long time member, Hotelie Seth Bramson '69.  Seth's latest book, the first-ever history of the restaurants and clubs of Greater Miami, has just been published by The History Press of Charleston. With heavy stock, full color, glossy covers, 144 pages and 121 photographs of restaurants from every part of Dade County, the book will bring warm smiles- and, in some cases, tears of joy-to the reader.  Beginning…

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Apr 22 – Webinar: Cuban Political History Then and Now: A Conversation with Professor Lillian Guerra

April 22, 2021 | 12:00 pm till 1:00 pm

Professor Lillian Guerra, an internationally acclaimed expert on Cuban history and author of prize-winning books on Cuba, will discuss how the legacies of Communism have shaped Cuba. Guerra is Professor of Cuban & Caribbean History at the University of Florida and was previously Assistant Professor of Latin American History at Yale University. REGISTER ONLINE David Sanchez ’84 MA, MPhil will moderate this webinar alongside SUBE co-President, Paulo Ernesto Gaviria ’23. SUBE is Yale’s Latinx Pre-Professional and Leadership Student Association, and…

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Apr 6 – Webinar: Ecology to Economy: Understanding Florida’s Environmental Challenges

April 6, 2021 | 12:00 pm till 1:00 pm

The Sunshine State boasts invaluable natural resources—from miles of beautiful coastline to the lush Everglades—as well as an economy largely dependent on tourism and agriculture. Florida’s ecosystems and economy face various challenges that pose threats to life, livelihood, and property. Join a panel of Yale experts for a lively conversation designed to shed light on their work and to explore possible approaches to addressing these critical issues. Tuesday, April 6, 2021 12:00–1:00 p.m. EDT MODERATED BY Ingrid “Indy” C. Burke…

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March 2021

Mar 22 – Virtual: FIU The Wolfsonian Presenting Una Favola Vera

March 22, 2021 | 7:00 pm till 8:00 pm

Don't miss artist Ezra Wube's latest stop-motion animation, Una Favola Vera (A True Fairytale)! On Monday night, we screen Wube's 8-minute new video before Wolfsonian Public Humanities Lab faculty fellow David Rifkind kicks off a conversation about Wube's research-based practice, focused here on a harrowing historical event: Italy's early 20th-century occupation of the Abyssinian Empire, now Ethiopia. Hear how Wube took cues from Italian propaganda—including images from the Wolfsonian collection—to comment on how Mussolini and the Fascist state attempted to realize their…

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Mar 2 – Webinar: Update from Yale for Alumni in Florida

March 2, 2021 | 3:00 pm till 4:00 pm

In this special Zoom session for Yale alumni in Florida, President Peter Salovey ’86 PhD will bring us an update from campus to discuss the university’s academic priorities, Yale’s ongoing response to Covid-19, the state of Yale’s schools, the role of the Yale Board of Trustees in university leadership, and the board’s strategic planning for the next decade. With these themes in mind, he will then be joined by trustees Catharine (Cappy) Bond Hill ’85 PhD and Charles (Chip) Goodyear…

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February 2021

Feb 11 – Challenges and Possible Solutions for US Healthcare Delivery – Virtual Talk

February 11, 2021 | 8:00 pm till 9:00 pm

Date: Thursday, February 11, 2021 Time: 8:00 - 9:00pm ET Register Here | See Who's Coming The Cornell Club of Miami invites you to join them for an online discussion with Dr. Alejandro Badia '85 about US healthcare industry challenges. Badia (Arts & Sciences '85 and Alpha Sigma Phi brother), MD, FACS, FRCSI is a hand and upper extremity surgeon at Badia Hand to Shoulder Center in Doral, Florida. Alejandro is no stranger to the flaws and frustrations of the…

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Feb 4 – Webinar: Careers, Life, & Yale: GSAA Afternoon Networking Event

February 4, 2021 | 2:00 pm till 3:15 pm

Careers, Life, and Yale presents a Monthly Webinar Series: Join us for a special Networking event, co-hosted with the Graduate School Alumni Association on Thursday, February 4th @ 2:00 & 8:00 PM ET. Topic: Career Transitions - Meet fellow Yalies, Share Insights, and Expand your Network REGISTER HERE: 2pm ET: Register Online 8pm ET : Register Online

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Feb 1 – Webinar: A Conversation with Representative Teresa Leger Fernández ’82

February 1, 2021 | 7:30 pm till 8:30 pm

Please join our partnership of Yale alumni organizations for a virtual conversation with Congresswoman Teresa Leger Fernández ’82. Representative Leger Fernández is the first ever Latina or Latino alum to be elected to Congress - both in the House of Representatives and the Senate. Congratulations, Representative Leger Fernández! Hear about her experiences before Yale, at Yale, and beyond, and ask her questions about her journey and priorities for the future. This event is co-sponsored by the Yale Club of Washington,…

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January 2021

Jan 21 – Demystify Graduate Fellowship Awards — Everything you need to know about Fulbright, Gates, Rhodes, Schwarzman & Truman Fellowships

January 21, 2021 | 6:00 pm till 7:00 pm

Did you know there are many post-college academic opportunities especially for first-gen low-income Yale college students & grads? Learn about awards, process & details. Program open to Yale community. Co-Sponsors, Yale Office of Fellowship Programs (https://funding.yale.edu/) & Dwight Hall. Fellowships' list and panelists full bios - https://1stgenyale.org/grad-fellowship-awards/. Panelists: - Lorem Aminathia ’16 BA Economics, Schwarzman Scholars, business & politics focus shaping rural China. Lorem is Project Manager for South Sudan National Communication Authority, Universal Service & Access Fund Secretariat. -…

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Jan 15 – Online Program – Yale SOM – Business Perspectives for Creative Leaders

January 15, 2021 till February 12, 2021

Business Perspectives for Creative Leaders Unite your design background with world-renowned managerial and leadership expertise In 2008, Yale School of Management launched a program built for creative professionals, empowering them as leaders and educating them in business. Through a partnership with AIGA Business Perspective for Creative Leaders (BPCL) was formed. Acting as the perfect blend of business and design, BPCL has since expanded to include a wide, rich network of architects, graphic designers, industrial designers, developers, and other creative professionals,…

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