Panel Discussion, 2nd Annual Yale Disability & Accessibility Symposium, 2023
Yale Postdoctoral Trainees
This event is part of the 2nd Annual Disability and Accessibility Symposium
4:00 pm-6:00 pm: Pop-up exhibition and reception.
4:30 pm -5:30 pm: Panel on exhibition and related themes.
This event is part of the 2nd Annual Disability and Accessibility Symposium, which is also an opportunity to build community over lunch
Join DiversAbility at Yale (DAY) for our next Happy Hour on Thursday, March 16th from 5-6:30 pm at 80 Proof American Kitchen & Bar in New Haven (196 Crown Street). This is an informal opportunity to meet and greet with DAY members while enjoying complimentary appetizers.
Are you tired of yo-yo dieting? Want to feel energized, and improve your health, but don’t know where to start? Join our very own Eliana Serna, Functional Nutritionist and Integrative Health Coach, for an interactive virtual workshop on February 13 from 12-1 pm to craft your energy road map.
In the workshop, we will discuss:
• What energy is
• Primary foods and secondary foods
• How to identify where your energy is leaking
• Balanced meals and satiety
• Non bake demonstrations
Join DiversAbility at Yale, Yale LGBTQ Affinity Group, and Yale Veterans Network in listening to personal stories from those affected by this important issue—followed by remarks and resource sharing from a professional subject matter expert.
Join your DiversAbility at Yale and Yale Veterans Network colleagues for a warm evening of community, food, and fun at 80 Proof American Kitchen & Bar, 196 Crown Street, New Haven, CT. Register by Tuesday, November 29th to confirm your spot. This event is open to Yale faculty, staff, postdocs, and their guests.
Disability Community Stories is an opportunity to raise awareness, foster and expand community, and normalize disabilities. Four Yale employees share their true experiences of how disabilities have impacted their lives.
This event is held virtually and in-person at the Sterling Memorial Library Lecture Hall. Everyone will receive the Zoom link, regardless of which ticket you select.
The virtual event will include live captioning. If you require accommodations, contact the Office of Institutional Equity and Accessibility by Thursday, December 1.
All children are sad, anxious, irritable, or aggressive at times. Occasionally kids find it challenging to sit still, pay attention, or interact with others. In most cases, these are just typical phases in their development. However, these behaviors may indicate a more serious problem in some children. Without attention, these mental health conditions can prevent children from reaching their full potential.
Please join in our monthly DAY meetings. These meetings are an opportunity to hear about what has been happening with DAY and what is in the works. We welcome all those who are interested in getting involved and sharing their ideas.
The May meeting will take place both virtually and in-person (Yale Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning, 301 York Street, Room 120C). Lunch will be provided for in-person attendees that register by 9 am on Tuesday, May 2nd.