Russia expert David Satter talks about the fall of Yeltsin, the rise of Putin, and what lies ahead for Russia and the United States
Monthly Archives: May 2016
Frederick Hutson, founder of Pigeonly, a technology company that focuses on building products for overlooked and underserved markets, speaks to Priscila Bala, director of the Mentor Network at the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute.
College administrators encourage civic engagement for all students, and international students are following the US presidential race. College administrators encourage civic engagement, so international students attend rallies, write op-eds and volunteer for presidential candidates.
To avoid marginalization and over-reliance on China, Russia should repair ties with the West
The nuclear security summits raised awareness and improved security, but threat of terrorists seizing fissile material is high.
Journalist and author Richard Conniff talks dinosaurs, the Peabody, and the future of museums on this episode of the Yale University Press Podcast
Abraham Nussbaum discusses why the medical field could be a little more personal and shares stories from his own experiences as a physician.