Giving to Yale


26 Apr 2013 A "Blitz" of Support for Yale
This April, hundreds of Yale Alumni Fund volunteers participated in the Fund's eight-day Bulldog Blitz campaign, reaching out to their classmates to encourage annual gifts to Yale.
8 Apr 2013 Blavatnik Family Foundation to provide $10 million grant for immunobiology research at Yale
Scientists at Yale University will test a new theory of inflammation and chronic disease, thanks to a $10 million grant from the Blavatnik Family Foundation.
26 Feb 2013 Always Evolving: Professor Stephen C. Stearns ’67
Biologist Stephen Stearns ’67 challenges his students to make connections between human history and what lies ahead for society by examining the relationships among evolution, ecology, and medicine.
22 Feb 2013 Seniors Close Successful Class Gift Campaign
On February 20, the Yale College Class of 2013 completed an energetic Senior Class Gift campaign that raised $39,069 for the University and saw a 96.1% participation rate.
19 Feb 2013 Yale Formally Dedicates the Center for Engineering Innovation and Design
Joined by over 200 students, faculty, staff, and donors, President-elect Peter Salovey formally dedicated the Center for Engineering Innovation and Design.
7 Feb 2013 Yale University and Banco Santander expand partnership
Yale University and Banco Santander entered into formal agreement on Feb. 6 that expands an ongoing partnership in support of international education.
4 Feb 2013 Inspiring Combinations: Moss Weinstock JE ’15
Moss Weinstock ’15 loves to make connections between disparate ideas. A native of Brooklyn, New York, he plans a dual major in Economics and Mathematics, but when asked about his Yale education, he cites a range of influences—from microeconomics, to local politics, to the sharp lyric poems of Catullus.
9 Jan 2013 In Her Brother's Memory: The Kirkwood Chair in Theoretical Chemistry
“Theoretical chemistry is all about making connections,” explains Yale chemist John Tully ’64. “Experimental chemists link molecules together in laboratories, and theoretical chemists try to explain why chemical processes happen as they do.”
8 Jan 2013 New Funding for Men's Lacrosse
David Ryan and his sister Susan Ryan Forst ’87 (together with their spouses, Caroline Ryan and Edward Forst) have endowed the men's lacrosse coaching position with a gift honoring their 20th and 25th reunions.
18 Dec 2012 Gift to Yale Bands Recognizes Composer’s Centennial
An anonymous donor has made a generous monetary gift to the University's Yale Band Endowment, in recognition of the centennial year of the birth of Tin Pan Alley composer Rosamonde Safier, making it possible for members of the Yale Bands to have contact with the professional world, much as Rosamonde Safier did.
28 Nov 2012 Questioning the Familiar: Professor Christine Hayes
Students make unexpected discoveries in Christine Hayes’ classroom, in undergraduate courses in rabbinic literature or in graduate seminars on Jewish law. The key, she says, is to approach familiar texts in challenging ways.
14 Nov 2012 Annual Report of Giving to Yale 2011–2012
The Annual Report of Giving to Yale highlights the generosity of donors during 2011–2012.
6 Nov 2012 Students Reach Out to Donors on Elihu Day
On November 1, 2012, students from across Yale’s campus voiced their gratitude to donors as part of the second annual Elihu Day.
24 Oct 2012 Yale Veterans Support ROTC's Return
On September 21, President Richard C. Levin and military officials formally welcomed the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) to campus after a twenty-eight-year absence. Two Yale veterans have provided generous support to this important program.
20 Aug 2012 Opening "Locked Treasures" at the Library
To mark their 35th reunion, members of the Class of 1977 have made gifts to support immediate needs in processing and cataloging at the library.
27 Jul 2012 Teaching the Art of Hearing: Joan Panetti
Renowned as a pianist and composer, Joan Panetti ’74 MusAD brings a unique sensibility to her role as a professor in the Yale School of Music.
3 Jul 2012 Coming Home to Yale: Catalina Brennan-Gatica PC ’15
Catalina Brennan-Gatica ’15 is a first-generation American, first-generation college student, and the oldest of five children. Growing up in New Haven, she took part in Yale-sponsored programs and from a young age dreamed of attending Yale University.
4 Jun 2012 On Making History: Professor Francesca Trivellato
As a social and economic historian, Francesca Trivellato looks for large patterns in small details of people’s lives and activities.
10 May 2012 Subrata K. Sen: Marketing Fundamentals in the Digital Age
Over twenty-eight years, Subrata Sen has witnessed significant changes in the Yale School of Management curriculum, and he has helped shape the way marketing is taught.