Among the top research universities in the United States today, Yale is the only one to have as many as four professional schools of the fine arts. And all four of them rank at or very near the top of their peer groups.
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of Yale’s School of Public Health, this year’s Assembly will showcase the many ways in which the cause of better global health is being advanced at Yale through countless research studies, programs and initiatives.
This year’s Assembly will showcase the vibrant entrepreneurial spirit being fostered on campus. Following the lead of Yale’s new president, Peter Salovey, we will celebrate the “more innovative” Yale embodied in the University’s many entrepreneurial ventures, programs and initiatives.
The AYA Assembly is the preeminent leadership information and development program for alumni. It is actually two things: (1) the body of delegates, as outlined by the AYA Constitution, who serve as representatives of the alumni community; and (2) the annual gathering of these delegates back at Yale on the weekend of the last home football game in November.
Breakout sessions in the Humanities
3:15 – 4:15 pm
When you register for the Assembly, please indicate which one of the following breakout sessions in the humanities you are likely to attend.
Literary Labs and Modernist Maps
Anthony Domestico, PhD '12
Room B-11, Hall of Graduate Studies, 320 York Street