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Video: Liwei Wang ’20 Discusses Multimedia Project ‘Chinatown Stories’

June 23, 2020

Liwei Wang ’20, a joint-degree graduate of Yale SOM and  the Yale School of Architecture, recently discussed Chinatown Stories, a multimedia project he developed as an architecture studio exercise with School of Architecture classmates Ray Wu and Winston Yuen, in an episode of the Schwarzman Center’s web series, One.

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From the Assistant Dean for Admissions: Answering Some FAQs about the Upcoming Application Season

By: Bruce DelMonico June 4, 2020

Although we are still a few months away from the start of the fall semester, I know that many of you are already beginning to think about the upcoming application season. Given these very uncertain times, many of you have expressed concern about what the season will look like, so I thought I...

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Startup Stories: Converting Snorkel Masks into Protective Gear for Healthcare Workers

May 13, 2020
Healthcare worker wearing a snorkel mask converted to meet clinical specifications

Venture: MasksOn.org is a nonprofit initiative that generates low-cost, high-quality protective gear for healthcare workers at the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic. Specifically, the organization has built durable, reusable personal protective equipment (PPE) by adding adapters to full-face...

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From the Assistant Dean for Admissions: A Unique Community Responds to COVID-19

By: Bruce DelMonico May 12, 2020

If there is one thing that has remained constant in my 15 years at Yale SOM, it’s the spirit of the student body. Graduates leave us each year at commencement and new students join us each year at orientation, but  the heart of the community remains unchanged. If you asked me for one word...

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