Virtual Yale

Playing Images: An Exploration of Music and Art
February 24, 2021

Featuring Jessica Sack from the Yale University Art Gallery, in conversation with Yaira Matyakub, Artistic Director of Music Haven, and music performed by the Haven String Quartet, this performance connects close listening to music with guided looking at art. This performance is part of an ongoing series that encourages participants to reflect on the experience of listening to music while looking at art. The session includes conversation, close looking at images and a musical performance.

Enjoy the performance and discussion here

A History of African American Studies at Yale University
February 23, 2021

This episode sketches an oral history of Yale’s African American Studies Department through a collective conversation with Professor Hazel Carby, Professor Gerald Jaynes and Professor Robert Stepto.

Listen to the podcast and learn about African American Studies at Yale University here

A Yale University Art Gallery George Washington Collection
February 23, 2021

Explore Yale University Art Gallery’s collection of Washington portraits, prints, and memorabilia, including this iconic painting by John Trumbull, in celebration of the birthday of our nation’s first president (February 22, 1732).

Study the collection and history here

Morning Meditation
February 23, 2021

Joanne DeSanto Iennaco ’05 M.Phil., ’09 Ph.D., a mental health expert and professor at the Yale School of Nursing, offers guided meditation exercises on her YouTube channel.

Listen to the soothing meditation here

Reimagining Public Health: Global Leadership Perspectives for a Post-COVID World
February 23, 2021

Watch Deans Jeannette Ickovics (Yale-NUS College), Teo Yik Ying (Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, National University of Singapore) and Sten Vermund (Yale School of Public Health) as they engaged in a lively discussion on how best to sustain advances, build durable health infrastructure, and leverage effective public-private partnerships to manage the challenges posed by the pandemic. This webinar, held on 4 February 2021, was organised by Yale-NUS College, the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, and the Yale School of Public Health.

Enjoy the informative webinar here