Assemblies

Assembly LXXIV: November 13-15, 2014


  Assembly LXXIV: the Entrepreneurial Spirit at Yale


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” and “more unified” Yale that is embodied in the University’s many entrepreneurial ventures, programs and initiatives.
 

The AYA Assembly

 

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.

 

Registration

Assembly Registration

Please click here to complete our easy online Assembly registration form.

Questions?  Contact Alisa Masterson at the AYA alisa.masterson@yale.edu or by phone at 203-432-1947.

Thursday Afternoon Breakouts and Experiential Sessions - Humanities

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.

 

English:
Literary Labs and Modernist Maps
Anthony Domestico, PhD '12

Room B-11, Hall of Graduate Studies, 320 York Street

Thursday Afternoon Breakouts and Experiential Sessions - Hard Sciences

 Breakout sessions in the Hard Sciences
1:45 – 2:45 pm

When you register for the Assembly, please indicate which one of the following sessions you are likely to attend.

 

Astronomy:
Weighing Galaxies and Watching Them Grow Up
Rachel Bezanson, PhD '13

Leitner Family Observatory & Planetarium, 355 Prospect Street
Bus leaves at 1:25 p.m. from High Street next to Old Campus (near Harkness Tower)

Thursday Morning Breakouts and Experiential Sessions - Social Sciences

Breakout sessions in the Social Sciences
10:45 – 11:45 am

When you register for the Assembly, please indicate which one of the following sessions you are likely to attend.

 

Anthropology:
Researching Informal Economies and Political Uncertainty in West Africa
Susanna Fioratta, PhD '12

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