Virtual Yale

Inside the Yale Admissions Office, COVID-19
June 1, 2020

As COVID-19 causes massive disruptions around the world, Hannah and Mark discuss how the Yale Admissions Office has adapted and will continue adapting to new realities for applicants, admitted students, and prospective students. Dean of Undergraduate Admissions and Financial Aid Jeremiah Quinlan joins as a guest to discuss how high school students should think about the selective admissions process in the face of the global pandemic.

Listen to their discussion on SoundCloud here

The Yale Philharmonia preforms Beethoven’s Triple Concerto
May 24, 2020

The Yale Philharmonia sounded magnificent this season, and we know returning members of the orchestra are eager to deliver more memorable performances in Woolsey Hall.

Enjoy this concert here

Alumni panel: Leading Through COVID
May 20, 2020

This pre-recorded webinar features a panel of alumni from the Yale School of Management discussing the topic “Leading Through COVID” from May 20, 2020. This panel was moderated by William S. Beinecke Professor of Management James Baron.

Watch the webinar here.

Leitner Family Observatory Live Stream
May 20, 2020

Public Night Live Stream “from” the Leitner Family Observatory and Planetarium, hosted by Dr. Michael Faison. “What up in the Sky” presentation, live view through a telescope (weather permitting), and Q&A with Yale graduate student Sam Cabot about studying the atmospheres of planets around other stars.

Watch the recorded live stream here.

12 Portraits: Studies of Women at Yale
March 2, 2020

The portraits featured in this exhibit are drawn from a larger series of photographs by Tanya Marcuse (MFA ‘90). The project was commissioned by the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library in honor of the university-wide 50 Women at Yale 150 celebration, which aims “to showcase the depth of women’s contributions to Yale and to the world, to celebrate women at the university, and to inspire thoughtful conversation about the future of women at Yale and in the larger society.”

This online exhibit was created to complement the unique installation in the Sterling Library Memorabilia Room. The photographs are presented together with contact sheets and other traces of Marcuse’s creative process. Exhibit text and images work together to illuminate Marcuse’s process as well as the interpretive nature of the portrait.

Explore the project here.