Grad & Professional students - it’s that time of year again! Exams, papers, grading, oh my! Take a break and enjoy the many wonderful activities at this year’s Spring Chill Out!
Upcoming GSAS Events
What better way to relieve pre-finals stress than to spike some balls at a trampoline? Join us for a fun, informal spikeball tournament. Don’t know what spikeball is?
McDougal Graduate Student Life fellows and Office of Career Strategy brings you ‘Grad Networking Etiquette Night’ for international students.
It’s the last FFF of the year, and maybe the last FFF at the McDougal Center’s HGS location before moving, so we’re going all out!!
Aside from showcasing exhibitions, the Eli Whitney Museum is also an important site for teaching workshops which support STEM and literacy learning.
Family or group portraits are important. Wine and cheese are tasty. Managing one’s digital data is essential.
The late Robin Williams once said Spring time was nature’s way of saying let’s have a celebration. Join us at the Ronald McDonald House for a little spring maintenance.
Looking for a relaxing oasis in the desert of end-of-semester stress? You’re in luck!
Please join us for this year’s Gruber Science Fellowship Lecture, 3-4 pm, at Luce Auditorium, 34 Hillhouse Avenue. A reception will follow from 4-5 pm in the same location.
Please join us for the Second Annual Gruber Science Fellowship Symposium, 10 am-3 pm Wednesday, May 10 in the Medical School’s TAC (the Anlyan Center), 300 Cedar Street.
YOU DID IT! Finals end this Wednesday and we’re celebrating. Join us for happy hour at Atelier Florian.
Interested in traditional Chinese Calligraphy and paiting but don’t even know how to hold a brush? No problem!
It’s back by popular demand! Though the crisp, autumn air is gone, the s’mores will still taste delicious accompanied by a cool, spring breeze!
Summer Hours Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:30pm Closed on weekends Regular Academic Term Center Hours: Monday- Thursday 9:00am-10:00pm
We’re mixing it up this May with a Singalong with Robert Messore of Toddler Tunes AND a gear swap for families to part with items they no longer need and at no cost, acquire essential, gently...
Where do I go from Yale? Graduate School Alumni Association (GSAA) Career Workshop for GSAS Students and Postdocs
“Where Do I Go From Yale?” is the Graduate School Alumni Association’s annual career mentoring workshop for GSAS students in all stages of graduate study – from first year to fifth year or mo
This Graduate School ceremony, presided over by Dean Lynn Cooley, features the awarding of student prizes and graduate faculty mentor awards.
The University Commencement ceremony is held on Monday morning on Old Campus, with the Graduate School’s main diploma ceremony immediately following at Woolsey Hall.
BY MAY 31, upload a photo for your Yale ID card on the ID Card Photo Upload web page.
Yale Health provides a checklist of materials that ALL new students need to review and forms to submit in order to be cleared to register for courses for the the fall term.