Join YANA, along with YAANY,  Yale Blue Green, and the Yale Club, on Wednesday, July 20th at the Yale Club of New York City for a reception followed by a panel on climate change. Come hear current experts from a range of sectors share their solutions-based approaches.

Climate Change: Impacts and Solutions
Wednesday, July 20th
 6:30 – 8:30PM
Reception and Panel
The Yale Club of New York City

Founded at Yale, Sō Percussion is a percussion-based music organization that unites a range of communities, ranging from students to audiences. Praised by The New Yorker for its “exhilarating blend of precision and anarchy, rigor and bedlam,” the group will perform at Lincoln Center in 2016 (Details TBD). For a full list of upcoming events, see here.

YAANY invites you to another Financial Life After Yale Session with Resident Fellow Steve Blum ’74


Have you ever been curious about any of the following?

  • How do I plan for the long run?
  • How can I improve how I save/invest?
  • What rules of thumb might help me?
  • Tell me more about ETFs, IRAs, HSAs, Roth 401k’s and all those acronyms!
  • How do I build my credit score?
  • How do taxes affect how I save/invest?



YSEA (Yale Science and Engineering Association) and YAANY invite you to our potluck picnic in Central Park.

When: June 4, 1PM

Where: In Central Park (Manhattan): enter the park at 81st Street and Central Park West, and bear left along the path.  We’ll be on a patch of grass in that area and make sure the group is easy to find.


Yale Day of Service 2016 
is coming up on May 7! Last year, over 4,000 participants volunteered at 240 sites devoted to diverse causes across the United States and 18 other countries. For more information and stories on how Yalies made a difference in their communities, visit

Register to volunteer and be a part of something bigger today!
Family and friends are also welcome.


The Yale Alumni Association of New York is cosponsoring the “Yalies and Friends” team for our third consecutive 5k Run for the Wild at the Bronx Zoo on April 30, raising funds for wildlife conservation.

Join us in person if you can by clicking the “Join Team” link on our page:

Hope you can make it out for this family-friendly fun run in the zoo to support a very good cause! This event will be part of the Yale Day of Service.

From the Yale Symphony Orchestra:

The Yale Symphony Orchestra concludes its 50th Anniversary Season at New York’s Carnegie Hall. John Mauceri, former music director of the YSO (1968-1974), returns as guest conductor for the concert alongside the Yale Glee Club.

The program features works by Yale composers, including a world premiere by YSO alumnus Daniel Schlosberg, Ives’ The Unanswered Question, Guettel’s Overture to a Fairy Tale Adventure, and Hindemith’s 1945 Piano Concerto, featuring Idil Biret, who performed with the YSO in Turkey in 2010, and recorded the complete Hindemith Piano Concerti with the orchestra on the Naxos label in 2013. Also featured are Elgar’s Land of Hope and Glory from “Coronation Ode,” a work that Yale University established as a graduation processional, as well as Leonard Bernstein’s Celebrations from “Mass,” arranged by Mauceri and performed on the Orchestra’s 1972 tour alongside Bernstein himself. Richard Strauss’s Festival Prelude concludes a year of celebration and marks the commencement of a new era in Yale musical tradition.


This event is the twentieth career panel in a series covering different professions. The concept of this event is to have a panel of people who are either in biotech and medical devices or are investors in biotech and medical device companies and who will provide candid views of the industry and the profession.  Our three panelists represent differing perspectives: an executive who has had a career working in business development and finance in biotech, a leading investor in biotech companies, and a senior development engineer at a leading medical device company.

The panel discussion will be conducted simultaneously in New York City and at Yale, with the panelists and the moderator in New York. The two meeting rooms will be connected via video conference and the audience will be at both locations. Yale students and alumni are welcome to attend at either location. In addition, the panel discussion will be broadcast over the internet as a streaming video for those who cannot attend in person.

Time: Tuesday, April 19, 2016 from 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm EST



The American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) and the Museum of Arts and Design invite you to a discussion on the future of design education.


Please join Yale alum and renowned architect Maya Lin for a conversation with Paul Holdengraber for LIVE from the New York Public Library.

Maya Lin’s work speaks for itself in her art and architecture projects across the world, but on the LIVE stage, she brings words to her repertoire. In conjunction with the release of the monograph Maya Lin: Topologies, Lin will reflect on her art, architecture and memory works over the past 30 years.

Buy your tickets here.

Date: April 6, 2016

7:00 pm

Place: The New York Public Library

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