Understanding America: Yale in New Haven - The Early Years
After settling in to life at Yale, international students, scholars, and family members may be curious about their new hometown of New Haven as well as the broader culture of living in America. You are not alone - with all that is happening in the U.S. at present, many of us are re-evaluating our understanding of the people, the culture, and government of the U.S. Join us in this year-long series of talks as we attempt to crack some of the codes and break down key issues at Yale, New Haven, and the U.S. at large.
Our first session this fall is entitled, Yale in New Haven - The Early Years. Join us for a lively discussion with Mike Morand, the Public Relations & Communications Officer at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, as he takes us back in time to discuss Yale's history in New Haven. Please come with questions for our question and answer portion of the evening.
Note: Not suitable for children under the age of 15. The series is open to the Yale Community, and we encourage you to come with questions, opinions, and an open mind. Please RSVP in order to attend.
Register Here: http://oiss.yale.edu/ua-session1-fa17