Get outside and enjoy the spring weather with an Ice Cream Extravaganza! We will be having an Ice Cream truck on West Campus so that you can enjoy a sweet prepackaged treat. Relive your childhood with a fun ice cream treat to celebrate the end to another fantastic academic year. Find more details here including location and time: http://cglink.me/2dA/r1093831
Guest Lecturer: Dr. Eugene Valkov
NIH Stadtman Investigator, RNA Biology Laboratory
National Cancer Institute
“Biochemical Studies of Messenger RNA Degradation”
IBDD contact: Paula Maher-Rivera email@example.com
“Hyperreal Archives: Digital Presents / Analogue Pasts” is a conversational presentation given by six different scholars and practitioners operating between and among art, architecture, urban studies, and cultural sociology. This discussion is moderated by Yale GSAS alumni fellow, Dr. Denise Lim, and co-led by two academic staff from the University of Johannesburg’s Graduate School of Architecture (UJ GSA)—Sarah de Villiers and Naadira Patel.
IPCH is pleased to announce it will host a lunchtime seminar with FBI Special Agent Jake Archer from the Art Crime Team on April 7, 2021, 12pm ET. The subject of the talk will be an overview of the FBI Art Crime Team’s work with the US Cultural Heritage Coordinating Committee (see below). Please register in advance at https://yale.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0kd-ysrTgjH9NnES84fe1Y1J-aN7QR7rJp. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the seminar.
Make this April Fools Day one to remember! Join us for a magic show led by Noah Levine, a world-renown performer in the field. Have a night full of sleight-of-hand and optical illusions right in your own home! Be sure to purchase your tickets for a magical April Fools Day.
Tickets can be accessed (and must be purchased) here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/magic-after-hours-with-noah-levine-tickets-…
All Points West is a Campus-wide symposium showcasing trainee research, and 2021 will be our third annual event! Our aim is to increase cross-talk, communication, and collaboration among trainees at West Campus while encouraging broad research communications and strengthening the West Campus community.
Yale West Campus and West Haven Councilman Barry Lee Cohen are holding a “West Haven ROCKS WHEAT,” food drive on Saturday, November 14th at the Off Shore Restaurant & Lounge parking lot from 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Location is 852 Jones Hill Road, West Haven. As stated on the WHEAT website, food items highly coveted this month include peanut butter, macaroni and cheese, canned green beans, cold cereal, tomato sauce, and soups (all types). All nonperishable food items are greatly appreciated.
The famous West Campus Trivia Night returns! Join friends and colleagues on Thursday, October 29th at 7pm for an evening of fun competition! Nature, movies, sports, and of course science! Gather your housemates and family to pit your whits against the best minds at Yale!
Bring the West Campus Café direct to your home! For a suggested donation of $10 - or any contribution big or small - join us October 19th at 7pm for this special cooking masterclass with West Campus’ own Chef Chris Jamilkowski! Sustainer in Chief of our campus community, Chef Chris has donated his time to share with you the secrets of his legendary pierogi recipe! Sign up today and we’ll send you a list of ingredients so you can follow along in this live broadcast!