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Collaborating for Impact

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An integrated response to environmental challenges

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Jackson Institute


Emissaries for the Future of Diplomacy

At the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs, students, faculty members, practitioners, and leaders from both sides of the aisle join in tackling global and political challenges through teaching, research, and dialogue.
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Data Science Initiative


Turning Information into Insight

Yale’s data science initiative brings together computer scientists, mathematicians, and other researchers to develop new methods for making sense of the massive amounts of data we now have access to. The tools they create will reveal new insights.
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Provost Scott Strobel

Provost Scott Strobel
“No single discipline can solve the complex global challenges we face. Productive, cross-disciplinary approaches are the key to unlocking the best solutions.”
Provost Scott Strobel
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March 3, 2021

Climate Change Solutions are Focus of New FedEx-Supported Center

A $100 million gift from FedEx helped launch the Yale Center for Natural Carbon Capture, a new multidisciplinary research hub focused on developing natural solutions for reducing atmospheric carbon.
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June 28, 2019

Launching the Yale Jackson School of Global Affairs

Thanks to a transformative gift from John Jackson ’67 and his wife, Susan, the Yale Jackson Institute is poised to become the Yale Jackson School of Global Affairs, a full-fledged professional school with a broader mandate and enhanced resources.
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October 30, 2018

Jeffrey Talpins ’97 Endows Leadership Post at Tobin Center

Jeffrey Talpins ’97 has endowed the faculty directorship of the Tobin Center for Economic Policy at Yale.
For Humanity

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