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Yale SOM students joined their counterparts from Yale Law School and the Yale School of Architecture in a course aimed at increasing the affordable housing stock in New Haven.
Ogilvie CARE Colloquium
Watch a live discussion featuring three alumni leaders of color—Lofton Holder ’90, Judith Scimone ’00, and Fred Terrell ’82—moderated by Jamila Abston ’17.
Yale SOM has launched a month-long celebration in recognition of Black History Month in the U.S., and we encourage you to engage in this important observance. The Office of Inclusion and Diversity has a mission to empower members of our community to celebrate diversity, foster inclusion, and engage meaningfully with one another. In alignment with these commitments, this month we will acknowledge and honor Black history, culture, and achievement. Groups across the school have collaborated to offer diverse programing for students, faculty, and staff. These events will elevate Black voices and experiences through cuisine, book clubs, practicing wellness, storytelling, social gatherings, and educational dialogues.
Black History Month provides an opportunity for us to come together as a community and appreciate the accomplishments of the African diaspora across a range of fields—including science, music, literature, art, and leadership—while keeping our eye on the important unresolved questions and challenges that remain in our collective effort to address persistent inequality and injustice.
—Kerwin K. Charles, Indra K. Nooyi Dean & Frederic D. Wolfe Professor of Economics, Policy & Management
Featured Event: A Conversation with Phil Davis ’85,
Phil Davis ’85, a Yale SOM executive fellow and managing director at Accenture Strategy, will speak on February 25, 1:00 p.m.