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An Ambitious Investment

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An Ambitious Investment

Yale Sets $1.2 Billion Goal for Student Support
A university-wide initiative within the $7 billion For Humanity campaign focuses on new giving for scholarships and fellowships and aims to permanently make a Yale education more affordable and accessible.
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Arts & Humanities for Insight

Arts & Humanities for Insight
Unlock society’s untapped potential by blending scholarship and creativity.
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Science for Breakthroughs

Science for Breakthroughs
Push science to new frontiers that create transformative, global solutions.
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Work together to ensure one field’s insights fuel another’s breakthroughs.
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Shape aspiring leaders to serve all sectors of society.
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May 12, 2022

Eli Days Events Inspire Gratitude, Reflection Across Campus

Hundreds of students participated in a series of events sponsored by the Yale Alumni Fund designed to create opportunities for celebration and thankfulness.
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May 2, 2022

Paving the Way: Rudy Cordero TC ’24

Rudy Cordero took a unique path to get to Yale. He hopes to show other students like him that they belong.
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April 21, 2022

Yale Center for Natural Carbon Capture Nets Support from Boeing

The aerospace leader joins FedEx and Southwest Airlines in a commitment to climate research at Yale University.
Our Goal

$4 billion raised as of May 2022

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President Peter Salovey ’86 PhD

Yale President Peter Salovey
“Let us embrace, together, our humility—our willingness to admit what we have yet to discover. After all, if you knew all the answers, you would not need Yale. And if humanity knew all the answers, the world would not need Yale.”
President Peter Salovey ’86 PhD
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