Graduate And Professional

Bee Cyber Fit Kahoot: Kids' Summer Online Safety Tips & Tricks

Wednesday, June 29, 2022 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Do you know what information you should share with your kids or grandkids to keep them cyber safe?

School’s out, kids are home, and free time is plentiful. Whatever their age, protecting our kids’ online safety is crucial. Find out what you can do to help boost their know-how and keep them safe!

Join us for a fun and interactive Kahoot game about cyber safety for children of all ages. You can win exclusive prizes and learn practical tips to help your kids stay safe this summer and beyond.

Bee Cyber Fit Kahoot: Kids' Summer Online Safety Tips & Tricks

Thursday, June 23, 2022 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm

Do you know what information you should share with your kids or grandkids to keep them cyber safe?

School’s out, kids are home, and free time is plentiful. Whatever their age, protecting our kids’ online safety is crucial. Find out what you can do to help boost their know-how and keep them safe!

Join us for a fun and interactive Kahoot game about cyber safety for children of all ages. You can win exclusive prizes and learn practical tips to help your kids stay safe this summer and beyond.

Yale DiversAbility Alumni Group: In Conversation with Dr. Karin Muraszko ’77

Tuesday, February 22, 2022 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Join us for this exciting livestream conversation with Dr. Karin Muraszko ’77, a trailblazer for women and persons with disabilities and one of the most celebrated pediatric neurosurgeons of our time. As chair of the Department of Neurosurgery at the University of Michigan, and a professor in the Department of Neurosurgery with joint appointments in Plastic Surgery and Pediatrics, Dr. Muraszko is the first woman to head a neurosurgery department at any medical school in the United States.

Virtual: ‘Coming Out’ Panel Discussion: Stories from the Intersection of Disability and Sexuality

Friday, October 9, 2020 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Yale’s Workplace Survey results revealed that a higher percentage of LGBTQ+ identified people also identify as disabled compared to the heterosexual majority.

This panel will focus on storytelling, skill-building, and the choice of disclosure, and is intended to highlight one area of intersectionality between the LGBTQ and DiversAbility at Yale Affinity Groups.

In celebration of National Coming Out Day (October 11), panelists will discuss their experiences of “coming out” either as LGBTQ+, as having a disability at Yale, or both.

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