Lunch Discussion with Arthur Bollon - Founder of Vitruvian BioMedical
Date: Fri, March 29, 2019
Time: 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM CDT
Location: Belo Mansion
Address: 2101 Ross Avenue, Dallas TX
Arthur P Bollon PhD
- PhD Rutgers University
- Postdoctoral Fellow, Yale
- Former Faculty, UT Southwestern Medical School
- Former Chairman Department of Molecular Genetics, Wadley Institutes
- Former. Chairman. Founder. CEO. Cytoclonal Pharmaceutics Inc. (merged to
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Location: Dallas Arts District
Tour: Personal Tour with Brandon Kennedy
In the heart of the downtown arts district, the Dallas Art Fair offers collectors, arts professionals, and the public the opportunity to engage with a rich selection of modern and contemporary artworks presented by leading national and international galleries. Thoughtfully curated exhibitions and innovative programming encourage lively conversations and close looking in a robust and rapidly growing arts community.
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Memory Disorders & Cognitive Neurology: Joint Cocktails and Lecture with the Aging Mind Foundation
Keynote Speaker: Stephen Strittmater, MD PHD: Vincent Coates Professor of Neurology and Professor of Neuroscience; Director, Cellular Neuroscience, Neurodegeneration and Repair; Director, Yale Alzheimer's Disease Research Center; Director, Memory Disorders Clinic
Register free here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cocktails-and-lecture-on-memory-disorders-cognitive-neurology-tickets-54506089180
Location: KPMG PLAZA AT HALL ARTS | SECOND FLOOR
Address: 2330 Flora Street, Dallas, TX - Valet Parking Available
Event generally hosted by HALL Arts Residences
Wine provided by HALL Wines
Maestro Tequila provided by Adrian and Ester Sada
Stephen M. Strittmatter earned his undergraduate degree from Harvard College, summa cum laude, in 1980. He completed M.D. and Ph.D. training at Johns Hopkins in 1986 with mentorship from Solomon H. Snyder, M.D. He then moved to Massachusetts General Hospital for a medical internship and an Adult Neurology residency. While at Massachusetts General Hospital, he worked as a Research Fellow with Mark Fishman, M.D., exploring the molecular basis of axonal guidance. After a year as Fellow, he served briefly as an Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School before moving to Yale University in 1993.
He currently holds the Vincent Coates Professorship of Neurology and co-founded the Yale Program in Cellular Neuroscience, Neurodegeneration and Repair. His research on axonal growth during development and regeneration has been recognized by honors from the Ameritec Foundation, the John Merck Fund, the Donaghue Foundation, the McKnight Foundation, the Jacob Javits Award of the NINDS and the American Academy of Neurology.
The Harvard Club of Dallas is inviting us to join them for their first luncheon of 2019 - featuring the father-in-law of our own club president: Richard Fisher
A first-generation American, Fisher is equally fluent in Spanish and English. Throughout his career, he has served on numerous for-profit and not-for-profit boards. He also has maintained his academic interests, teaching graduate courses and serving on several university boards. He has received many awards over the years, including the Service to Democracy Award and Dwight D. Eisenhower Medal for Public Service from the American Assembly. In April 2009, he was inducted into the Dallas Business Hall of Fame.
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Join us as we cheer on Yale's football team to a potential third year in a row of victory at the Lot.
We have been a bit outnumbered by Harvard in the past few years an could use some more Bulldog spirit!
RSVP here (but no charge for entry): https://www.eventbrite.com/myevent?eid=50359182671
Yale Alumni are invited to join the Wharton Club of Dallas along with other Ivy+ schools in a happy hour for recent alumni. Kick off your weekend by meeting fellow recent top-tier business school (undergrad/MBA) graduates in the Dallas area and reconnect with fellow Yale alumni! This event is geared towards alumni from the classes of 2010 - 2018. Although there is no cost to attend, we do ask that you RSVP here so that we can have an accurate headcount.
In The Field of Blood, Yale Professor Joanne B. Freeman recovers the long-lost story of physical violence on the floor of the U.S. Congress. Drawing on an extraordinary range of sources, she shows that the Capitol was rife with conflict in the decades before the Civil War. Legislative sessions were often punctuated by mortal threats, canings, flipped desks, and all-out slugfests. When debate broke down, congressmen drew pistols and waved Bowie knives. One representative even killed another in a duel. Many were beaten and bullied in an attempt to intimidate them into compliance, particularly on the issue of slavery.
Joanne B. Freeman, a professor of history and American studies at Yale University, is a leading authority on early national politics and political culture. The author of the award-winning Affairs of Honor: National Politics in the New Republic and editor of The Essential Hamilton and Alexander Hamilton: Writings, she is a cohost of the popular history podcast BackStory.
Parking will be available on the SMU campus. FREE passes will be emailed to registered guests before the event. Seating is limited, and not guaranteed.
Please note, there will NOT be a reception before this event. Freeman's publication of the same title will be available for purchase and signing after the event.
TEACHERS ONLY -- Please sign in at the registration table to receive continuing education credit.
Join us for a talk by two Yalies in the area on one of the hot topics today, coverage by the news media.
Leslie Eaton (Yale '80), Investigative Editor, Dallas Morning News
Mark N. Vamos (Yale '76), William J. O'Neil Chair of Business Journalism, SMU
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Sponsored jointly by the Yale, Harvard, Stanford, and Kellogg Alumni Associations of DFW
Angela Farley, CFO/COO, Dallas Regional Chamber
Israel Cordero, Deputy Superintendent, DISD
George Tang, Managing Director, Educate Texas
Yale Alumni are invited to a joint Ivy League Alumni Happy Hour at The Network Bar on Thursday, October 25! Attendees will have access to the members-only club during this time, in addition to happy hour drink specials and a specialty cocktail created just for the event. Come mix and mingle from 6-8 PM; we hope to see you there!
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Yale Professor Dr. Haig Keshishian will be giving a talk entitled Why Your Brain is Full of Errors: New Insights from Neuroscience at the Petroleum Club as the keynote of our 2018 Annual Dinner
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In partnership, with the World Affairs Council we invite you to a luncheon with John Kerry where he will present his latest book Every Day is Extra
Register here: https://www.dfwworld.org/events/registration/john-kerry
John Forbes Kerry is a former Secretary of State and five-term US Senator. Kerry is the author of Every Day Is Extra, A Call to Service: My Vision for a Better America, The New War, and the best-selling This Moment on Earth. He is currently a Distinguished Fellow for Global Affairs at Yale University as well as the inaugural Visiting Distinguished Statesman for the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Kerry and his wife, Teresa Heinz Kerry, have two daughters, three sons, and seven grandchildren.
Even if you don't care about the costs of our prison system, the quality of our future workforce or the staggering poverty statistics in Dallas, what happens with our babies and toddlers and preschoolers - at all economic levels - has a significant economic impact on our region. Join Regen Horchow Fearon, Chair of Early Matter Dallas, and Derek Little, Assistant Superintendent, DISD, to understand how our city has identified an education issue which starts before children ever enter a school and which has a compounding impact on the success of our adults and children to be tax paying contributors to our local economy.
Note: We will share the event address upon registration
Speakers & Bios:
Regen Horchow Fearon (Yale BA),
Chair, Early Matters Dallas
Regen has spent most of her life focused upon the lives of young children starting as a student teacher during high school (Foster Elementary, DISD). She has served as a teacher, school counselor, head of school, mother and, for the last 30 years, as a civic leader for a variety of organizations serving young children and their families.
In the Dallas community, Regen’s service includes current and previous leadership positions at the Child Care Group, Commit Partnership, Dallas Assembly, Dallas Foundation, Junior League of Dallas, Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center, Dallas County Community College Foundation Board, Dallas for Children, Educational First Steps, Girls’ Adventure Trails, The Hockaday School, Planned Parenthood and the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas.
Regen served as the Chairman of the Zero to Five Funders Collaborative, an initiative of over 40 area foundations working together to make measurable progress toward school readiness for one of Dallas’ most needy neighborhoods. Under her leadership, the Bachman Lake Together Family Center was launched and a facility built to serve families of young children in the Bachman area.
As Chairman for Early Matters Dallas, Regen advocates for policy change, increased funding, better coordination and measurement of quality early learning experiences for all children so that Dallas County will increase the number of children reading on grade level at 3rd grade from 40% to 60% by 2025.
A Dallas native, Regen is a graduate of The Hockaday School, Yale University and holds a M.Ed from the University of North Texas, Regen is married to craniofacial surgeon, Jeff Fearon, and has three daughters.
Assistant Superintendent, Early Childhood, Dallas ISD
Derek Little serves as the assistant superintendent for early learning with the Dallas Independent School District. In that role Derek leads the district's efforts from birth to 2nd grade, working to ensure every kindergartner is prepared and every 2nd grader is reading on grade level. Prior to this, Derek served as the deputy director of early childhood at the Louisiana Department of Education, where he led policy planning for funding, accountability, enrollment, workforce and governance of early childhood programs. Previously, Derek was the director of finance and operations for the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts, where he was able to increase funding for the school despite budget cuts to education statewide. Derek started his career teaching high school math. He earned a bachelor's degree in molecular biology and a master's degree in finance from Tulane University. He has also earned master's degrees in educational leadership from Northwestern State University and the Broad Center for Urban Education.
Machine learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) take over nearly every aspect of our lives, from the books we get recommended for purchase online to the coupons we receive in grocery stores. ML and AI do also not halt at the doorstep of biomedical research and clinical practice. In the Lyda Hill Department of Bioinformatics, researchers study the theoretical foundation of AI and ML methods and how these tools can be harnessed to understand and cure disease. In this lecture, Dr. Danuser, Chairman of Bioinformatics, will offer an intuitive introduction to the concepts of AI and illustrate concrete applications of AI in the diagnosis of cancer and the discovery of new drugs.
About Dr. Gaundenz Danuser
Since July 2015 Gaudenz Danuser has been appointed as theinaugural chair of the Lyda Hill Department of Bioinformatics. He also holds the Patrick E. Haggerty Distinguished Chair in Basic Biomedical Science and is a Scholar of the Cancer Prevention Institute of Texas (CPRIT). Before moving to UTSW, Danuser directed research laboratories at ETH Zurich (2002 – 2003), at The Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla (2003 – 2009), and at Harvard Medical School (2009 – 2014).
Trained as an engineer (geodetic and electrical engineering/computer science), he entered the field of cell biology as a postdoctoral fellow in the Program for Architectural Dynamics of Living Cells at the MBL in Woods Hole. Since then, he has focused his research on the question how chemical and mechanical signals integrate in the regulation of cytoskeleton dynamics and membrane trafficking.
With his CPRIT recruitment he has redirected his efforts towards understanding the implications of mechanical and chemical cell shape regulation in migration and survival of the metastatic cell, including the roles mechanical cues play in conferring what his lab calls ‘mechanical drug resistance’.
To address these questions his lab develops innovative quantitative imaging methods to experimentally probe these processes and uses mathematical modeling to compile the data in mechanistic systems analyses. He is a devoted teacher in areas of computational cell biology, cellular biophysics, and the theory of measurement applied to cell biology. He is co-chair of the computational and systems biology track in UTSW's graduate school.
His contributions to cell biology and biophysics have been recognized by several awards and honors. Recent nominations include Recruitment Awards from the UT STARS and CPRIT programs (2012), the Charles Edward Holt Memorial Lectureship at The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2011), a Transformative R01 Research Award from the NIH Director’s Office (2009 - 2014), and the Michael and Kate Barany Award for Young Investigators by The Biophysical Society (2009).
Author of Locking Up Our Own: Crime and Punishment in Black America
In partnership with Interbang Books
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WINNER OF THE 2018 PULITZER PRIZE FOR NON-FICTION
Former public defender James Forman, Jr. is a leading critic of mass incarceration and its disproportionate impact on people of color. In LOCKING UP OUR OWN, he seeks to understand the war on crime that began in the 1970s and why it was supported by many African American leaders in the nation’s urban centers.
Forman shows us that the first substantial cohort of black mayors, judges, and police chiefs took office amid a surge in crime and drug addiction. Many prominent black officials, including Washington, D.C. mayor Marion Barry and federal prosecutor Eric Holder, feared that the gains of the civil rights movement were being undermined by lawlessness--and thus embraced tough-on-crime measures, including longer sentences and aggressive police tactics. In the face of skyrocketing murder rates and the proliferation of open-air drug markets, they believed they had no choice. But the policies they adopted would have devastating consequences for residents of poor black neighborhoods.
A former D.C. public defender, Forman tells riveting stories of politicians, community activists, police officers, defendants, and crime victims. He writes with compassion about individuals trapped in terrible dilemmas--from the men and women he represented in court to officials struggling to respond to a public safety emergency. LOCKING UP OUR OWN enriches our understanding of why our society became so punitive and offers important lessons to anyone concerned about the future of race and the criminal justice system in this country.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
James Forman Jr. is a professor of law at Yale Law School. He has written for The New York Times, The Atlantic, numerous law reviews, and other publications. A former clerk for Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, he spent six years as a public defender in Washington, D.C., where he cofounded the Maya Angelou Public Charter School.
We wanted to let Yalies in the area know that Jamie Kirkchik would be in the DFW area on Monday, July 30th for a dinner at the Fort Worth Club. Jamie announced a write-in campaign as an alumni fellow on the Yale Corporation several months ago in a Wall Street Journal op-ed. He is a visiting fellow in the Center on the United States and Europe and Project on International Order and Strategy at the Brookings Institution.
Register here for the dinner: https://www.jamiefortrustee.com/events/fort-worth-dinner/form
If you plan to attend and want to stay at the Fort Worth Club, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to refer/sponsor a hotel room for the night.
For those curious about the process, the Yale Daily News wrote a story about Jamie's campaign: https://yaledailynews.com/blog/2018/06/04/kirchick-06-announces-yale-corporation-candidacy-vows-to-protect-free-speech/
For more on Jamie's perspective:
- Jamie's campaign site https://www.jamiefortrustee.com/tour
- Here is a video interview: https://www.pbs.org/video/james-kirchick-pnqdxl/
Note: This is not an official event of the Yale Club of Dallas but shared as an event of interest to the Yale alumni community. We are not endorsing him or any other candidate in the alumni fellow elections.
A happy hour for graduates of Yale College or the Graduate/professional schools within the past 10 years - and for all of those alumni who still want to feel young! We have the upstairs at The Ginger Man in Uptown reserve so come from a beer selection matched only by the company.
Join us in sending off the Class of 2022 as they head to New Haven to begin their time in New Haven. It's a great opportunity to regale eager ears with sound advice and a list of your favorite hangouts that have been shut down for years!
Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/yale-class-of-2022-dallas-area-send-off-tickets-47958012707?aff=site
* Note: Limited space available
Austin Worner is a Chinese-English literary translator and a Yale College graduate (Saybrook '08). He is coming to Dallas to do an author event at Deep Vellum Books to promote a Chinese novel he translated into English, The Invisible Valley. The author, Su Wei, is a Tiananmen Square exile who's been teaching Chinese literature at Yale for twenty years.
Learn more below. Hope you can attend!
Event info: http://deepvellum.com/events/2018/austin-woerner-and-su-wei-the-creative-art-of-translation
Description and author bios:
When Chinese novelist Su We nd his translator Austin Woerner first met in 2005, little did they know that their friendship would spark a ten-year-long experiment in creative co-translation that would take them from the classrooms of Yale to the mountains o outhern Chin nd back again. Joi ustin as he recount his literary odyssey, culminating in the publication o i nglish translation of Su’s nove h nvisible Valley in English this Apri, y Small Beer Pres. Austi ill reveal the story behin he story, a coming-of-age narrative set during the Cultural Revolution against a backdrop of rainforest landscapes, Taoist mysticism, and Cantonese folklore. In the proces e will share th oys and complexities o iterar ranslation an is adventures in Chinese literature both on and off the page.
In tropical southern China, in the midst of the Cultural Revolution, a teenage boy named Lu Beiping stumbles upon a band of woodcutters living deep in the mountains. Outcasts from mainstream society, the “driftfolk,” as they call themselves, practice a secret faith whose central tenets would be heresy in the world Lu Beiping comes from. As he is drawn deeper into their way of life—a realm of strange freedoms and restrictions, where the line between magic and reality is not always clear—Lu must struggle with what is natural and what is truly deviant, and learn to play a precarious balancing act between two taboo-ridden worlds.
Like many Chinese writers of his generation, Su Wei spent his teenage years being “re-educated” through farm labor in the countryside, working for ten years on a rubber plantation in the mountains of tropical Hainan Island. He is known for his nonfiction essays as well as for his highly imaginative novels, which are seen as unique in their treatment of the Cultural Revolution. He fled China in 1989, and since 1997 he has taught Chinese language and literature at Yale University. he Invisible Valley is his first book to be translated into English.
A Chinese-English literary translator, Austin Woerner has translated two volumes of poetry, oubled Shadows: Selected Poetry of Ouyang Jianghe and hoenix, and edited the English edition of the innovative, bilingual Chinese literary journal hutzpah! Together with Ou Ning, he co-edited the short fiction anthology hutzpah! New Voices from China. He has a BA in East Asian Studies from Yale and an MFA in creative writing from the New School, and he is currently a lecturer at Duke Kunshan University.
as commissioned by Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Family for SOLUNA
Multimedia artist and professional figure skater Jennifer Wester (Yale ‘16) explores how light and shadow affect movement in even their most monochromatic forms in this whimsical world-premiere performance.
Wester does the unimaginable as she transforms a Dallas parking lot into a magical ice skating rink, utilizing synthetic ice, lighting and projection while performing against an original music composition of sounds harvested from her own skates.
Meet the artist: For the Yale Club of Dallas, Jennifer has agreed to host an informal talk following her performance on May 19th. Learn more about her inspiration and experience in this intimate gathering.
Reserve your space by buying tickets here
Vogel Alcove serves as many as 200 children each day, allowing them to learn, grow and thrive in a place free from hunger or trauma. While their children are in our care, our parents, most of whom are single mothers, have the opportunity to work, look for work or go to school. We give homeless families a chance to overcome their circumstances.
Volunteers will build Bye-Bye bags, snack sacks that we distribute to our children at the end of the day. These snack sacks provide additional nutrition when the children are away from our facility. Volunteers gather the supplies and fill the bags. You will be assigned items to donate/bring the week before the event.
In addition, there will also be a garden and/or playground beautification project to tackle, so we will need some volunteers to bring garden tools and wheelbarrows.
Let’s make this the most successful, most well-attended Yale Day of Service Site in the world - again! Stats from last year’s event: 96 registrants made 1,120 bye-bye bags, completed playground and garden work putting down 2500 pounds of sand, 1000 pounds of crushed granite, and 6 cubic yards of mulch!!!
This is a family-friendly, all-ages event. We have bag decorating for our artistic and younger volunteers and plenty of jobs for volunteers of all ages. Bring the entire family!
Amy Peck ‘02 MBA
Please join us as this dynamic duo discusses The Future of Happiness in the digital age. The Yale couple has spent years researching how health, happiness and technology intersect. They will showcase how environmental factors like media can shape perception and performance. The discussion will include strategies to help improve health and happiness, especially among today’s adolescents.
Amy Blankson is the only person to be named a Point of Light by two Presidents (President Bush and President Clinton). Amy is the author of two books: Ripple’s Effect and The Future of Happiness: 5 Modern Strategies to Balance Productivity and Well-being in the Digital Era (spring 2017).
Dr. Kwabena “Bobo” Blankson is a pediatrician with subspecialty training in Adolescent Medicine. Doctor Bobo has published in peer-reviewed journals on adolescent healthcare utilization, obesity and energy-drink consumption, including recent features on The New York Times,TIME, Huffington Post, CNN, Forbes, CBS News, and more. Both Amy and Dr. Bobo have been featured professors in Oprah’s Happiness course.
Please register for the luncheon using this link.
Home of Mrs. Lisa Rudner
(Preston Hollow neighborhood; address upon registration)
Dozens of students from the Dallas area have been admitted to Yale University. Mrs. Lisa Rudner has graciously opened up her home to help us welcome them to the community.
Please join us by attending the New and Admitted Student Reception. Students and their parents have many questions about what to expect in the fall. Bring your stories, advice and folklore to this special event.
Please register using this link.
Join us for a panel discussion that features author Bill Barnett (Yale Adjunct Professor, emeritus), Dr. Elizabeth Eager (Yale ‘04) and Eric Wenick (Yale ‘96). The three panelists will discuss their respective career journeys, including how they have decided to either remain committed to or depart from a particular professional path. Bill Barnett will also share his published research on how to pursue a meaningful and strategic career.
Featuring Award-Winning Artist Nathan Carter (Yale MFA '98) &
Volcán de mi Tierra Tequila Tasting
Join members of the Harvard and Yale Clubs of Dallas at the home of Jeff and Elizabeth Helfrich for a cultural afternoon featuring a talk by sculptor Nathan Carter and tequila tasting with Gela Gallardo. Artist Nathan Carter (Yale MFA 1998) is the creator of sculptures, drawings, photographs, films, fascinators, jewelry, costumes, music, hats, capes, painted shades, dinners and dances in his Brooklyn New York studio. He recently created, wrote, directed and composed music for his first short film called The Dramastics Are Loud, which debuted in 2016. Most recently, Nathan’s The Dramastics Punk Rock Victory Twister, was a featured exhibit at the Nasher Sculpture Center. The afternoon’s cultural experience will be enriched when Harvard alumna, Gela Gallardo, showcases exquisite tequilas from her company Volcán de mi Tierra.
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Join in for a lively lunch while Gail Ball shares modern insights into Angel, VC and Private Equity Investing!
Wharton Alumna Gail Gilbert Ball is the Founder and Managing Partner of Chestnut Street Ventures. Chestnut Street Ventures is a University of Pennsylvania private, for-profit alumni venture fund that invests in Penn alum-led companies. Gail will give an insider’s perspective of the alternative assets sector trends —angel, VC, and PE investing—and where her fund fits.
Additionally, she will also explain how her fund benefits the Penn entrepreneurial ecosystem, how she sources deals (including from 10 sister alumni funds), and what she sees ahead for her organization and the sector. Each sister fund represents a similar fund alignment with a different prestigious university. They are: Green D Ventures (Dartmouth), Yard Ventures (Harvard), Blue Ivy Ventures (Yale), Castor Ventures (MIT), Purple Arch Ventures (Northwestern), Bascom Ventures (U Wisconsin), Farm Ventures (Stanford), Strawberry Creek Ventures (Berkeley), and soon two more representing Columbiaand Cornell.
Gail is a fintech executive who has had a long career leading tech teams at global financial services firms. Building and overseeing a broad swath of entrepreneurial groups, she has held decision-making posts at nearly every seat around the financial services table—banking executive, regulator, service provider, and board member—in both for-profit and social-impact markets. Among her many areas of expertise: financial services, portfolio development, financial analysis, and information tech.
Gail most recently served as a C-suite member of The Bancorp Bank, the innovative banking solution provider for the most recognizable names in digital banking. She also filled other executive roles at PNC Bank, Chase and Capital One, and NCO Financial Systems. In addition, Gail headed the Payments Studies Group at the Richmond Fed and served as Board Member and Risk Committee Chair at Kompanion, one of Central Asia’s largest microfinance institutions. She started out at Mellon Bank in corporate development, identifying and leading M&A transactions.
Gail has a BS Economics, Finance and Statistics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania (‘79). She is a member of multiple entrepreneurial, venture, and financial interest groups, including Venture Capital Group, On Startups, Innovation in Payments, and Global Financial Markets.
Early Registration Deadline: Thur., Mar. 22 @ 5:00pm
Date: Tues., Mar. 27
Time: 11:30am Check-in and Mingle
12:00 - 1:00pm Presentation
Location: Park City Club, 5956 Sherry Ln #1700, Dallas, TX 75225
Parking: Garage parking included in registration price
Register here: https://www.whartondfw.org/gail_ball_event
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Begun by Pauline Karpidas in the 1970s, the Karpidas Family Collection is among the most renowned private holdings of contemporary art in the world. Curated by Brandon Kennedy (Yale School of Art, 1998), the current exhibition “The Anatomy of Disquiet” explores the ideas and writings of Carl Gustav Jung, including the collective unconscious, archetypes, dreams, alchemy and transference filtered through a psyche composed of images. Brandon Kennedy is an artist, curator, writer, and Director of Exhibitor Relations at Dallas Art Fair.
Artists include: Andy Warhol, John Baldessari, Nicole Eisenman, Urs Fischer, Ed Ruscha, Mark Grotjahn, George Condo, Cindy Sherman, Laurie Simmons, Martin Kippenberger, Mike Kelley, Jim Shaw, Richard Prince, Barbara Kruger, Jonathan Meese, John Currin, Paul Thek, Anne Collier, Francesco Clemente, Lisa Yuskavage, Paul McCarthy, Malerie Marder, Nan Goldin, Douglas Gordon and others.
The Yale Club of Dallas has been offered a private tour by Brandon Kennedy (Yale MFA ‘98), who is the Director of Exhibitions Relations at the Dallas Art Fair as well as an artist, curator, and writer.
The YaleWomen Council is responsible for advancing this mission. Consider joining us!
Do you know a talented Yale woman alum? Nominate her – or yourself – to join the YaleWomen Council. Who would be a good nominee? YaleWomen’s bylaws contain the following guidance:
“The ideal Council member will be an engaged alum, who has demonstrated volunteer commitment to Yale or to a Yale alum organization (including YaleWomen). Nominees for the Council should be able to devote adequate time to Council activities and be willing to make Council service a priority. They should possess good judgment, listening and speaking skills, follow through on work they undertake, be able to work collaboratively, and be willing to serve as ambassadors for YaleWomen.”
We are especially excited to undertake the nomination process as we grow into our seventh year: to expand our signature initiatives – enewsletters, webinars, chapters, and social media – and develop distinctive and compelling new ways for us to connect and engage with one another and to use our voices to transform the world.
For more information about the nomination and election process, you can read more and find the online application on our website.
You can also join us for an electronic information session Thursday, January 25, 2018 at 4 pm eastern – RSVP to email@example.com and we will send you call in instructions.
The deadline for submission of candidate information is Thursday, March 15, 2018. The election will be held by Friday, June 1, 2018
Legend has it that Feb Club started in the ‘70s, that it ended in the late ‘90s and that it was resurrected in 2006. Each year, a student, group of students or organization would be handed down the solemn task of organizing 28 (29) parties around the Yale campus, and spreading the word among the student population. In the early days, there was no e-mail, no web pages, no Facebook.... so word of the parties, their locations, hosts and themes were truly spread by word of mouth. Feb Club parties ranged from simple get-togethers in a dorm room to elaborate choreographed affairs involving multiple hosts and locations. In 1987, for example, parties ranged from 18 holes at Timothy Dwight College (i.e. 18 rooms, 18 themes), to a highfalutin affair at the Yale Yacht Club, to Valentine's Day red “special” jello at Zeta Psi, to a Manhattan road trip, to the annual upside-down kamakaze tradition at Morse College.
Community leaders are sought to judge for the upcoming Texas DECA State Career Development Conference on February 21st at the Sheraton Downtown Dallas hotel.
This year, we have over 4,200 high school students competing across 50 different competitive events, and we need business and industry leaders like yourself to evaluate the students’ performances and presentations. We have two shifts available: Role Play judges are needed from 7:00 am – 12:15 pm and Prepared event judges are needed from 7:00 am – 4:00 pm. We do provide meals, complimentary parking, and a thank you gift for your time, but the real reward is the students receiving an amazing experience and showing off their skills and acquired knowledge to volunteers like yourself.
I hope that you can join us in two weeks, and that you share this opportunity with your personal and professional networks. Signing up is incredibly easy – simply fill out the short form located at www.texasdeca.org/judge. There you will select which timeframe works best for you and which industry/events you would like to be paired with.
These students are tomorrow’s leaders. We have over 14,000 students and advisors as part of our organization across Texas, including 38% of our students preparing to graduate this Spring. Our students are geared to business, marketing, hospitality, finance, and entrepreneurship; however, many continue to pursue degrees in law, medicine, and education to name a few.
You are invited to the Old Parkland College Exhibition Debate Featuring Princeton University and Yale University
Motion: Sanctuary cities should maintain their status despite federal efforts to withdraw funding.
The Debate Chamber at Old Parkland
3819 Maple Avenue
Dallas, TX 75219
Please RSVP by February 1st to Debates@oldparkland.com