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A Year of Generosity


A Year of Generosity

2021–2022 For Humanity Campaign Report
Our community came together to accomplish big things in the first year of this historic campaign. Across disciplines and boundaries. On campus and around the globe. Every gift makes a difference in Yale’s work to improve the world.
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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.
Serkan Savasoglu ’96

August 23, 2022

Inspired by James Tobin’s Mentorship, Serkan Savasoglu ’96 Gives Back

As a student, Serkan Savasoglu ’96 was a research assistant for James Tobin. Now he has made a gift to support research assistants at the Tobin Center for Economic Policy.
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July 12, 2022

A New Program to Consider AI’s Global Implications

The Schmidt Program on Artificial Intelligence, Emerging Technologies, and National Power will convene a multidisciplinary group of experts to examine the implications of artificial intelligence.
Kroon Hall solar panels

July 5, 2022

Stewarding the Future at Yale School of the Environment

Two Yale School of the Environment professors, both endowed by the Knobloch Family Foundation, are already making an outsized impact in their respective fields.
Our Goal

$4.2 billion raised as of June 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
For Humanity

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