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2012 World Fellows

Ahuja, Jasmeet


Yale World Fellows
  • In Closing: 2014

    We say goodbye to the 2014 World Fellows
    Reflections
  • Class of 2014

    The 2014s have finished their time at Yale...
    Read about them
  • Human Ecosystems: New Haven

    Salvatore Iaconesi taps into the heartbeat of a city
    Join the project
  • The Unbox Festival 2014

    A most un-conference conference by World Fellow Ayush Chauhan
    Discover
  • How to be a World Fellow

    A Day in the Life of a 2014
    Follow along...
  • Peace Prize

    Amira Yahyaoui is Chirac Foundation's 2014 Laureate of the Prize for Conflict Prevention
    About the award
  • Crispus Attucks/Mike Brown

    World Fellow Dayo Olopade on Ferguson
    Read the piece
  • WWF-Australia’s New Global Ambassador

    World Fellow Tim Jarvis takes on the role
    Read More

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Yale World Fellows creates a learning lab: a place to experiment. We bring innovative, multidisciplinary thinkers and doers from around the world to Yale for four months. We give them the space and time to step back from the intensity of their work to reflect, learn and be challenged both academically and personally.  Fellows also contribute greatly to Yale through teaching, collaboration, research and more. After their time at Yale, they go on to join a growing network of more than 250 World Fellows working across the world. They stay connected to the University, and to each other.
 
Who are they? In our annual search for Fellows, we scour the globe for people working innovatively (and often tirelessly) across sectors to bring positive change. Fellows are mid-career. They’re already questioning stale solutions and status quo strategies and coming up with new and better ways of tackling big problems. They’re dynamic, creative practitioners – disruptive thinkers, imaginers, inventors and creatives – who have already been recognized for their work. 
 
So they’re already experts in their fields when they come to us. But leadership is so much more than expertise. 
 
Read more about us, and the Fellowship, here
 
 
 

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Amakrane, Kamal


Yale World Fellows
  • In Closing: 2014

    We say goodbye to the 2014 World Fellows
    Reflections
  • Class of 2014

    The 2014s have finished their time at Yale...
    Read about them
  • Human Ecosystems: New Haven

    Salvatore Iaconesi taps into the heartbeat of a city
    Join the project
  • The Unbox Festival 2014

    A most un-conference conference by World Fellow Ayush Chauhan
    Discover
  • How to be a World Fellow

    A Day in the Life of a 2014
    Follow along...
  • Peace Prize

    Amira Yahyaoui is Chirac Foundation's 2014 Laureate of the Prize for Conflict Prevention
    About the award
  • Crispus Attucks/Mike Brown

    World Fellow Dayo Olopade on Ferguson
    Read the piece
  • WWF-Australia’s New Global Ambassador

    World Fellow Tim Jarvis takes on the role
    Read More

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Yale World Fellows creates a learning lab: a place to experiment. We bring innovative, multidisciplinary thinkers and doers from around the world to Yale for four months. We give them the space and time to step back from the intensity of their work to reflect, learn and be challenged both academically and personally.  Fellows also contribute greatly to Yale through teaching, collaboration, research and more. After their time at Yale, they go on to join a growing network of more than 250 World Fellows working across the world. They stay connected to the University, and to each other.
 
Who are they? In our annual search for Fellows, we scour the globe for people working innovatively (and often tirelessly) across sectors to bring positive change. Fellows are mid-career. They’re already questioning stale solutions and status quo strategies and coming up with new and better ways of tackling big problems. They’re dynamic, creative practitioners – disruptive thinkers, imaginers, inventors and creatives – who have already been recognized for their work. 
 
So they’re already experts in their fields when they come to us. But leadership is so much more than expertise. 
 
Read more about us, and the Fellowship, here
 
 
 

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Bakare-Yusuf, Bibi


Yale World Fellows
  • In Closing: 2014

    We say goodbye to the 2014 World Fellows
    Reflections
  • Class of 2014

    The 2014s have finished their time at Yale...
    Read about them
  • Human Ecosystems: New Haven

    Salvatore Iaconesi taps into the heartbeat of a city
    Join the project
  • The Unbox Festival 2014

    A most un-conference conference by World Fellow Ayush Chauhan
    Discover
  • How to be a World Fellow

    A Day in the Life of a 2014
    Follow along...
  • Peace Prize

    Amira Yahyaoui is Chirac Foundation's 2014 Laureate of the Prize for Conflict Prevention
    About the award
  • Crispus Attucks/Mike Brown

    World Fellow Dayo Olopade on Ferguson
    Read the piece
  • WWF-Australia’s New Global Ambassador

    World Fellow Tim Jarvis takes on the role
    Read More

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Yale World Fellows creates a learning lab: a place to experiment. We bring innovative, multidisciplinary thinkers and doers from around the world to Yale for four months. We give them the space and time to step back from the intensity of their work to reflect, learn and be challenged both academically and personally.  Fellows also contribute greatly to Yale through teaching, collaboration, research and more. After their time at Yale, they go on to join a growing network of more than 250 World Fellows working across the world. They stay connected to the University, and to each other.
 
Who are they? In our annual search for Fellows, we scour the globe for people working innovatively (and often tirelessly) across sectors to bring positive change. Fellows are mid-career. They’re already questioning stale solutions and status quo strategies and coming up with new and better ways of tackling big problems. They’re dynamic, creative practitioners – disruptive thinkers, imaginers, inventors and creatives – who have already been recognized for their work. 
 
So they’re already experts in their fields when they come to us. But leadership is so much more than expertise. 
 
Read more about us, and the Fellowship, here
 
 
 

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Belaicha, Amine


Yale World Fellows
  • In Closing: 2014

    We say goodbye to the 2014 World Fellows
    Reflections
  • Class of 2014

    The 2014s have finished their time at Yale...
    Read about them
  • Human Ecosystems: New Haven

    Salvatore Iaconesi taps into the heartbeat of a city
    Join the project
  • The Unbox Festival 2014

    A most un-conference conference by World Fellow Ayush Chauhan
    Discover
  • How to be a World Fellow

    A Day in the Life of a 2014
    Follow along...
  • Peace Prize

    Amira Yahyaoui is Chirac Foundation's 2014 Laureate of the Prize for Conflict Prevention
    About the award
  • Crispus Attucks/Mike Brown

    World Fellow Dayo Olopade on Ferguson
    Read the piece
  • WWF-Australia’s New Global Ambassador

    World Fellow Tim Jarvis takes on the role
    Read More

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Yale World Fellows creates a learning lab: a place to experiment. We bring innovative, multidisciplinary thinkers and doers from around the world to Yale for four months. We give them the space and time to step back from the intensity of their work to reflect, learn and be challenged both academically and personally.  Fellows also contribute greatly to Yale through teaching, collaboration, research and more. After their time at Yale, they go on to join a growing network of more than 250 World Fellows working across the world. They stay connected to the University, and to each other.
 
Who are they? In our annual search for Fellows, we scour the globe for people working innovatively (and often tirelessly) across sectors to bring positive change. Fellows are mid-career. They’re already questioning stale solutions and status quo strategies and coming up with new and better ways of tackling big problems. They’re dynamic, creative practitioners – disruptive thinkers, imaginers, inventors and creatives – who have already been recognized for their work. 
 
So they’re already experts in their fields when they come to us. But leadership is so much more than expertise. 
 
Read more about us, and the Fellowship, here
 
 
 

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Chauhan, Ayush


Yale World Fellows
  • In Closing: 2014

    We say goodbye to the 2014 World Fellows
    Reflections
  • Class of 2014

    The 2014s have finished their time at Yale...
    Read about them
  • Human Ecosystems: New Haven

    Salvatore Iaconesi taps into the heartbeat of a city
    Join the project
  • The Unbox Festival 2014

    A most un-conference conference by World Fellow Ayush Chauhan
    Discover
  • How to be a World Fellow

    A Day in the Life of a 2014
    Follow along...
  • Peace Prize

    Amira Yahyaoui is Chirac Foundation's 2014 Laureate of the Prize for Conflict Prevention
    About the award
  • Crispus Attucks/Mike Brown

    World Fellow Dayo Olopade on Ferguson
    Read the piece
  • WWF-Australia’s New Global Ambassador

    World Fellow Tim Jarvis takes on the role
    Read More

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Yale World Fellows creates a learning lab: a place to experiment. We bring innovative, multidisciplinary thinkers and doers from around the world to Yale for four months. We give them the space and time to step back from the intensity of their work to reflect, learn and be challenged both academically and personally.  Fellows also contribute greatly to Yale through teaching, collaboration, research and more. After their time at Yale, they go on to join a growing network of more than 250 World Fellows working across the world. They stay connected to the University, and to each other.
 
Who are they? In our annual search for Fellows, we scour the globe for people working innovatively (and often tirelessly) across sectors to bring positive change. Fellows are mid-career. They’re already questioning stale solutions and status quo strategies and coming up with new and better ways of tackling big problems. They’re dynamic, creative practitioners – disruptive thinkers, imaginers, inventors and creatives – who have already been recognized for their work. 
 
So they’re already experts in their fields when they come to us. But leadership is so much more than expertise. 
 
Read more about us, and the Fellowship, here
 
 
 

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Eckstein, Bryan


Yale World Fellows
  • In Closing: 2014

    We say goodbye to the 2014 World Fellows
    Reflections
  • Class of 2014

    The 2014s have finished their time at Yale...
    Read about them
  • Human Ecosystems: New Haven

    Salvatore Iaconesi taps into the heartbeat of a city
    Join the project
  • The Unbox Festival 2014

    A most un-conference conference by World Fellow Ayush Chauhan
    Discover
  • How to be a World Fellow

    A Day in the Life of a 2014
    Follow along...
  • Peace Prize

    Amira Yahyaoui is Chirac Foundation's 2014 Laureate of the Prize for Conflict Prevention
    About the award
  • Crispus Attucks/Mike Brown

    World Fellow Dayo Olopade on Ferguson
    Read the piece
  • WWF-Australia’s New Global Ambassador

    World Fellow Tim Jarvis takes on the role
    Read More

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Yale World Fellows creates a learning lab: a place to experiment. We bring innovative, multidisciplinary thinkers and doers from around the world to Yale for four months. We give them the space and time to step back from the intensity of their work to reflect, learn and be challenged both academically and personally.  Fellows also contribute greatly to Yale through teaching, collaboration, research and more. After their time at Yale, they go on to join a growing network of more than 250 World Fellows working across the world. They stay connected to the University, and to each other.
 
Who are they? In our annual search for Fellows, we scour the globe for people working innovatively (and often tirelessly) across sectors to bring positive change. Fellows are mid-career. They’re already questioning stale solutions and status quo strategies and coming up with new and better ways of tackling big problems. They’re dynamic, creative practitioners – disruptive thinkers, imaginers, inventors and creatives – who have already been recognized for their work. 
 
So they’re already experts in their fields when they come to us. But leadership is so much more than expertise. 
 
Read more about us, and the Fellowship, here
 
 
 

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Escobar-Chavarría, Paula


Yale World Fellows
  • In Closing: 2014

    We say goodbye to the 2014 World Fellows
    Reflections
  • Class of 2014

    The 2014s have finished their time at Yale...
    Read about them
  • Human Ecosystems: New Haven

    Salvatore Iaconesi taps into the heartbeat of a city
    Join the project
  • The Unbox Festival 2014

    A most un-conference conference by World Fellow Ayush Chauhan
    Discover
  • How to be a World Fellow

    A Day in the Life of a 2014
    Follow along...
  • Peace Prize

    Amira Yahyaoui is Chirac Foundation's 2014 Laureate of the Prize for Conflict Prevention
    About the award
  • Crispus Attucks/Mike Brown

    World Fellow Dayo Olopade on Ferguson
    Read the piece
  • WWF-Australia’s New Global Ambassador

    World Fellow Tim Jarvis takes on the role
    Read More

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Yale World Fellows creates a learning lab: a place to experiment. We bring innovative, multidisciplinary thinkers and doers from around the world to Yale for four months. We give them the space and time to step back from the intensity of their work to reflect, learn and be challenged both academically and personally.  Fellows also contribute greatly to Yale through teaching, collaboration, research and more. After their time at Yale, they go on to join a growing network of more than 250 World Fellows working across the world. They stay connected to the University, and to each other.
 
Who are they? In our annual search for Fellows, we scour the globe for people working innovatively (and often tirelessly) across sectors to bring positive change. Fellows are mid-career. They’re already questioning stale solutions and status quo strategies and coming up with new and better ways of tackling big problems. They’re dynamic, creative practitioners – disruptive thinkers, imaginers, inventors and creatives – who have already been recognized for their work. 
 
So they’re already experts in their fields when they come to us. But leadership is so much more than expertise. 
 
Read more about us, and the Fellowship, here
 
 
 

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Gómez-Mont, Gabriella


Yale World Fellows
  • In Closing: 2014

    We say goodbye to the 2014 World Fellows
    Reflections
  • Class of 2014

    The 2014s have finished their time at Yale...
    Read about them
  • Human Ecosystems: New Haven

    Salvatore Iaconesi taps into the heartbeat of a city
    Join the project
  • The Unbox Festival 2014

    A most un-conference conference by World Fellow Ayush Chauhan
    Discover
  • How to be a World Fellow

    A Day in the Life of a 2014
    Follow along...
  • Peace Prize

    Amira Yahyaoui is Chirac Foundation's 2014 Laureate of the Prize for Conflict Prevention
    About the award
  • Crispus Attucks/Mike Brown

    World Fellow Dayo Olopade on Ferguson
    Read the piece
  • WWF-Australia’s New Global Ambassador

    World Fellow Tim Jarvis takes on the role
    Read More

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Yale World Fellows creates a learning lab: a place to experiment. We bring innovative, multidisciplinary thinkers and doers from around the world to Yale for four months. We give them the space and time to step back from the intensity of their work to reflect, learn and be challenged both academically and personally.  Fellows also contribute greatly to Yale through teaching, collaboration, research and more. After their time at Yale, they go on to join a growing network of more than 250 World Fellows working across the world. They stay connected to the University, and to each other.
 
Who are they? In our annual search for Fellows, we scour the globe for people working innovatively (and often tirelessly) across sectors to bring positive change. Fellows are mid-career. They’re already questioning stale solutions and status quo strategies and coming up with new and better ways of tackling big problems. They’re dynamic, creative practitioners – disruptive thinkers, imaginers, inventors and creatives – who have already been recognized for their work. 
 
So they’re already experts in their fields when they come to us. But leadership is so much more than expertise. 
 
Read more about us, and the Fellowship, here
 
 
 

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Lousteau, Martin


Yale World Fellows
  • In Closing: 2014

    We say goodbye to the 2014 World Fellows
    Reflections
  • Class of 2014

    The 2014s have finished their time at Yale...
    Read about them
  • Human Ecosystems: New Haven

    Salvatore Iaconesi taps into the heartbeat of a city
    Join the project
  • The Unbox Festival 2014

    A most un-conference conference by World Fellow Ayush Chauhan
    Discover
  • How to be a World Fellow

    A Day in the Life of a 2014
    Follow along...
  • Peace Prize

    Amira Yahyaoui is Chirac Foundation's 2014 Laureate of the Prize for Conflict Prevention
    About the award
  • Crispus Attucks/Mike Brown

    World Fellow Dayo Olopade on Ferguson
    Read the piece
  • WWF-Australia’s New Global Ambassador

    World Fellow Tim Jarvis takes on the role
    Read More

Home Page (TITLE NOT DISPLAYED)

Yale World Fellows creates a learning lab: a place to experiment. We bring innovative, multidisciplinary thinkers and doers from around the world to Yale for four months. We give them the space and time to step back from the intensity of their work to reflect, learn and be challenged both academically and personally.  Fellows also contribute greatly to Yale through teaching, collaboration, research and more. After their time at Yale, they go on to join a growing network of more than 250 World Fellows working across the world. They stay connected to the University, and to each other.
 
Who are they? In our annual search for Fellows, we scour the globe for people working innovatively (and often tirelessly) across sectors to bring positive change. Fellows are mid-career. They’re already questioning stale solutions and status quo strategies and coming up with new and better ways of tackling big problems. They’re dynamic, creative practitioners – disruptive thinkers, imaginers, inventors and creatives – who have already been recognized for their work. 
 
So they’re already experts in their fields when they come to us. But leadership is so much more than expertise. 
 
Read more about us, and the Fellowship, here
 
 
 

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Msimang, Sisonke


Yale World Fellows
  • In Closing: 2014

    We say goodbye to the 2014 World Fellows
    Reflections
  • Class of 2014

    The 2014s have finished their time at Yale...
    Read about them
  • Human Ecosystems: New Haven

    Salvatore Iaconesi taps into the heartbeat of a city
    Join the project
  • The Unbox Festival 2014

    A most un-conference conference by World Fellow Ayush Chauhan
    Discover
  • How to be a World Fellow

    A Day in the Life of a 2014
    Follow along...
  • Peace Prize

    Amira Yahyaoui is Chirac Foundation's 2014 Laureate of the Prize for Conflict Prevention
    About the award
  • Crispus Attucks/Mike Brown

    World Fellow Dayo Olopade on Ferguson
    Read the piece
  • WWF-Australia’s New Global Ambassador

    World Fellow Tim Jarvis takes on the role
    Read More

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Yale World Fellows creates a learning lab: a place to experiment. We bring innovative, multidisciplinary thinkers and doers from around the world to Yale for four months. We give them the space and time to step back from the intensity of their work to reflect, learn and be challenged both academically and personally.  Fellows also contribute greatly to Yale through teaching, collaboration, research and more. After their time at Yale, they go on to join a growing network of more than 250 World Fellows working across the world. They stay connected to the University, and to each other.
 
Who are they? In our annual search for Fellows, we scour the globe for people working innovatively (and often tirelessly) across sectors to bring positive change. Fellows are mid-career. They’re already questioning stale solutions and status quo strategies and coming up with new and better ways of tackling big problems. They’re dynamic, creative practitioners – disruptive thinkers, imaginers, inventors and creatives – who have already been recognized for their work. 
 
So they’re already experts in their fields when they come to us. But leadership is so much more than expertise. 
 
Read more about us, and the Fellowship, here
 
 
 

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Muguongo, Wanja


Yale World Fellows
  • In Closing: 2014

    We say goodbye to the 2014 World Fellows
    Reflections
  • Class of 2014

    The 2014s have finished their time at Yale...
    Read about them
  • Human Ecosystems: New Haven

    Salvatore Iaconesi taps into the heartbeat of a city
    Join the project
  • The Unbox Festival 2014

    A most un-conference conference by World Fellow Ayush Chauhan
    Discover
  • How to be a World Fellow

    A Day in the Life of a 2014
    Follow along...
  • Peace Prize

    Amira Yahyaoui is Chirac Foundation's 2014 Laureate of the Prize for Conflict Prevention
    About the award
  • Crispus Attucks/Mike Brown

    World Fellow Dayo Olopade on Ferguson
    Read the piece
  • WWF-Australia’s New Global Ambassador

    World Fellow Tim Jarvis takes on the role
    Read More

Home Page (TITLE NOT DISPLAYED)

Yale World Fellows creates a learning lab: a place to experiment. We bring innovative, multidisciplinary thinkers and doers from around the world to Yale for four months. We give them the space and time to step back from the intensity of their work to reflect, learn and be challenged both academically and personally.  Fellows also contribute greatly to Yale through teaching, collaboration, research and more. After their time at Yale, they go on to join a growing network of more than 250 World Fellows working across the world. They stay connected to the University, and to each other.
 
Who are they? In our annual search for Fellows, we scour the globe for people working innovatively (and often tirelessly) across sectors to bring positive change. Fellows are mid-career. They’re already questioning stale solutions and status quo strategies and coming up with new and better ways of tackling big problems. They’re dynamic, creative practitioners – disruptive thinkers, imaginers, inventors and creatives – who have already been recognized for their work. 
 
So they’re already experts in their fields when they come to us. But leadership is so much more than expertise. 
 
Read more about us, and the Fellowship, here
 
 
 

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Oulamine, Réda


Yale World Fellows
  • In Closing: 2014

    We say goodbye to the 2014 World Fellows
    Reflections
  • Class of 2014

    The 2014s have finished their time at Yale...
    Read about them
  • Human Ecosystems: New Haven

    Salvatore Iaconesi taps into the heartbeat of a city
    Join the project
  • The Unbox Festival 2014

    A most un-conference conference by World Fellow Ayush Chauhan
    Discover
  • How to be a World Fellow

    A Day in the Life of a 2014
    Follow along...
  • Peace Prize

    Amira Yahyaoui is Chirac Foundation's 2014 Laureate of the Prize for Conflict Prevention
    About the award
  • Crispus Attucks/Mike Brown

    World Fellow Dayo Olopade on Ferguson
    Read the piece
  • WWF-Australia’s New Global Ambassador

    World Fellow Tim Jarvis takes on the role
    Read More

Home Page (TITLE NOT DISPLAYED)

Yale World Fellows creates a learning lab: a place to experiment. We bring innovative, multidisciplinary thinkers and doers from around the world to Yale for four months. We give them the space and time to step back from the intensity of their work to reflect, learn and be challenged both academically and personally.  Fellows also contribute greatly to Yale through teaching, collaboration, research and more. After their time at Yale, they go on to join a growing network of more than 250 World Fellows working across the world. They stay connected to the University, and to each other.
 
Who are they? In our annual search for Fellows, we scour the globe for people working innovatively (and often tirelessly) across sectors to bring positive change. Fellows are mid-career. They’re already questioning stale solutions and status quo strategies and coming up with new and better ways of tackling big problems. They’re dynamic, creative practitioners – disruptive thinkers, imaginers, inventors and creatives – who have already been recognized for their work. 
 
So they’re already experts in their fields when they come to us. But leadership is so much more than expertise. 
 
Read more about us, and the Fellowship, here
 
 
 

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Savage, Rosalind


Yale World Fellows
  • In Closing: 2014

    We say goodbye to the 2014 World Fellows
    Reflections
  • Class of 2014

    The 2014s have finished their time at Yale...
    Read about them
  • Human Ecosystems: New Haven

    Salvatore Iaconesi taps into the heartbeat of a city
    Join the project
  • The Unbox Festival 2014

    A most un-conference conference by World Fellow Ayush Chauhan
    Discover
  • How to be a World Fellow

    A Day in the Life of a 2014
    Follow along...
  • Peace Prize

    Amira Yahyaoui is Chirac Foundation's 2014 Laureate of the Prize for Conflict Prevention
    About the award
  • Crispus Attucks/Mike Brown

    World Fellow Dayo Olopade on Ferguson
    Read the piece
  • WWF-Australia’s New Global Ambassador

    World Fellow Tim Jarvis takes on the role
    Read More

Home Page (TITLE NOT DISPLAYED)

Yale World Fellows creates a learning lab: a place to experiment. We bring innovative, multidisciplinary thinkers and doers from around the world to Yale for four months. We give them the space and time to step back from the intensity of their work to reflect, learn and be challenged both academically and personally.  Fellows also contribute greatly to Yale through teaching, collaboration, research and more. After their time at Yale, they go on to join a growing network of more than 250 World Fellows working across the world. They stay connected to the University, and to each other.
 
Who are they? In our annual search for Fellows, we scour the globe for people working innovatively (and often tirelessly) across sectors to bring positive change. Fellows are mid-career. They’re already questioning stale solutions and status quo strategies and coming up with new and better ways of tackling big problems. They’re dynamic, creative practitioners – disruptive thinkers, imaginers, inventors and creatives – who have already been recognized for their work. 
 
So they’re already experts in their fields when they come to us. But leadership is so much more than expertise. 
 
Read more about us, and the Fellowship, here
 
 
 

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Steimer, Julien


Yale World Fellows
  • In Closing: 2014

    We say goodbye to the 2014 World Fellows
    Reflections
  • Class of 2014

    The 2014s have finished their time at Yale...
    Read about them
  • Human Ecosystems: New Haven

    Salvatore Iaconesi taps into the heartbeat of a city
    Join the project
  • The Unbox Festival 2014

    A most un-conference conference by World Fellow Ayush Chauhan
    Discover
  • How to be a World Fellow

    A Day in the Life of a 2014
    Follow along...
  • Peace Prize

    Amira Yahyaoui is Chirac Foundation's 2014 Laureate of the Prize for Conflict Prevention
    About the award
  • Crispus Attucks/Mike Brown

    World Fellow Dayo Olopade on Ferguson
    Read the piece
  • WWF-Australia’s New Global Ambassador

    World Fellow Tim Jarvis takes on the role
    Read More

Home Page (TITLE NOT DISPLAYED)

Yale World Fellows creates a learning lab: a place to experiment. We bring innovative, multidisciplinary thinkers and doers from around the world to Yale for four months. We give them the space and time to step back from the intensity of their work to reflect, learn and be challenged both academically and personally.  Fellows also contribute greatly to Yale through teaching, collaboration, research and more. After their time at Yale, they go on to join a growing network of more than 250 World Fellows working across the world. They stay connected to the University, and to each other.
 
Who are they? In our annual search for Fellows, we scour the globe for people working innovatively (and often tirelessly) across sectors to bring positive change. Fellows are mid-career. They’re already questioning stale solutions and status quo strategies and coming up with new and better ways of tackling big problems. They’re dynamic, creative practitioners – disruptive thinkers, imaginers, inventors and creatives – who have already been recognized for their work. 
 
So they’re already experts in their fields when they come to us. But leadership is so much more than expertise. 
 
Read more about us, and the Fellowship, here
 
 
 

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Struebi, Patrick


Yale World Fellows
  • In Closing: 2014

    We say goodbye to the 2014 World Fellows
    Reflections
  • Class of 2014

    The 2014s have finished their time at Yale...
    Read about them
  • Human Ecosystems: New Haven

    Salvatore Iaconesi taps into the heartbeat of a city
    Join the project
  • The Unbox Festival 2014

    A most un-conference conference by World Fellow Ayush Chauhan
    Discover
  • How to be a World Fellow

    A Day in the Life of a 2014
    Follow along...
  • Peace Prize

    Amira Yahyaoui is Chirac Foundation's 2014 Laureate of the Prize for Conflict Prevention
    About the award
  • Crispus Attucks/Mike Brown

    World Fellow Dayo Olopade on Ferguson
    Read the piece
  • WWF-Australia’s New Global Ambassador

    World Fellow Tim Jarvis takes on the role
    Read More

Home Page (TITLE NOT DISPLAYED)

Yale World Fellows creates a learning lab: a place to experiment. We bring innovative, multidisciplinary thinkers and doers from around the world to Yale for four months. We give them the space and time to step back from the intensity of their work to reflect, learn and be challenged both academically and personally.  Fellows also contribute greatly to Yale through teaching, collaboration, research and more. After their time at Yale, they go on to join a growing network of more than 250 World Fellows working across the world. They stay connected to the University, and to each other.
 
Who are they? In our annual search for Fellows, we scour the globe for people working innovatively (and often tirelessly) across sectors to bring positive change. Fellows are mid-career. They’re already questioning stale solutions and status quo strategies and coming up with new and better ways of tackling big problems. They’re dynamic, creative practitioners – disruptive thinkers, imaginers, inventors and creatives – who have already been recognized for their work. 
 
So they’re already experts in their fields when they come to us. But leadership is so much more than expertise. 
 
Read more about us, and the Fellowship, here
 
 
 

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Sturgeon, Martin


Yale World Fellows
  • In Closing: 2014

    We say goodbye to the 2014 World Fellows
    Reflections
  • Class of 2014

    The 2014s have finished their time at Yale...
    Read about them
  • Human Ecosystems: New Haven

    Salvatore Iaconesi taps into the heartbeat of a city
    Join the project
  • The Unbox Festival 2014

    A most un-conference conference by World Fellow Ayush Chauhan
    Discover
  • How to be a World Fellow

    A Day in the Life of a 2014
    Follow along...
  • Peace Prize

    Amira Yahyaoui is Chirac Foundation's 2014 Laureate of the Prize for Conflict Prevention
    About the award
  • Crispus Attucks/Mike Brown

    World Fellow Dayo Olopade on Ferguson
    Read the piece
  • WWF-Australia’s New Global Ambassador

    World Fellow Tim Jarvis takes on the role
    Read More

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Yale World Fellows creates a learning lab: a place to experiment. We bring innovative, multidisciplinary thinkers and doers from around the world to Yale for four months. We give them the space and time to step back from the intensity of their work to reflect, learn and be challenged both academically and personally.  Fellows also contribute greatly to Yale through teaching, collaboration, research and more. After their time at Yale, they go on to join a growing network of more than 250 World Fellows working across the world. They stay connected to the University, and to each other.
 
Who are they? In our annual search for Fellows, we scour the globe for people working innovatively (and often tirelessly) across sectors to bring positive change. Fellows are mid-career. They’re already questioning stale solutions and status quo strategies and coming up with new and better ways of tackling big problems. They’re dynamic, creative practitioners – disruptive thinkers, imaginers, inventors and creatives – who have already been recognized for their work. 
 
So they’re already experts in their fields when they come to us. But leadership is so much more than expertise. 
 
Read more about us, and the Fellowship, here
 
 
 

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Wen, Yuanhua


Yale World Fellows
  • In Closing: 2014

    We say goodbye to the 2014 World Fellows
    Reflections
  • Class of 2014

    The 2014s have finished their time at Yale...
    Read about them
  • Human Ecosystems: New Haven

    Salvatore Iaconesi taps into the heartbeat of a city
    Join the project
  • The Unbox Festival 2014

    A most un-conference conference by World Fellow Ayush Chauhan
    Discover
  • How to be a World Fellow

    A Day in the Life of a 2014
    Follow along...
  • Peace Prize

    Amira Yahyaoui is Chirac Foundation's 2014 Laureate of the Prize for Conflict Prevention
    About the award
  • Crispus Attucks/Mike Brown

    World Fellow Dayo Olopade on Ferguson
    Read the piece
  • WWF-Australia’s New Global Ambassador

    World Fellow Tim Jarvis takes on the role
    Read More

Home Page (TITLE NOT DISPLAYED)

Yale World Fellows creates a learning lab: a place to experiment. We bring innovative, multidisciplinary thinkers and doers from around the world to Yale for four months. We give them the space and time to step back from the intensity of their work to reflect, learn and be challenged both academically and personally.  Fellows also contribute greatly to Yale through teaching, collaboration, research and more. After their time at Yale, they go on to join a growing network of more than 250 World Fellows working across the world. They stay connected to the University, and to each other.
 
Who are they? In our annual search for Fellows, we scour the globe for people working innovatively (and often tirelessly) across sectors to bring positive change. Fellows are mid-career. They’re already questioning stale solutions and status quo strategies and coming up with new and better ways of tackling big problems. They’re dynamic, creative practitioners – disruptive thinkers, imaginers, inventors and creatives – who have already been recognized for their work. 
 
So they’re already experts in their fields when they come to us. But leadership is so much more than expertise. 
 
Read more about us, and the Fellowship, here
 
 
 

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Yadav, Ruchi


Yale World Fellows
  • In Closing: 2014

    We say goodbye to the 2014 World Fellows
    Reflections
  • Class of 2014

    The 2014s have finished their time at Yale...
    Read about them
  • Human Ecosystems: New Haven

    Salvatore Iaconesi taps into the heartbeat of a city
    Join the project
  • The Unbox Festival 2014

    A most un-conference conference by World Fellow Ayush Chauhan
    Discover
  • How to be a World Fellow

    A Day in the Life of a 2014
    Follow along...
  • Peace Prize

    Amira Yahyaoui is Chirac Foundation's 2014 Laureate of the Prize for Conflict Prevention
    About the award
  • Crispus Attucks/Mike Brown

    World Fellow Dayo Olopade on Ferguson
    Read the piece
  • WWF-Australia’s New Global Ambassador

    World Fellow Tim Jarvis takes on the role
    Read More

Home Page (TITLE NOT DISPLAYED)

Yale World Fellows creates a learning lab: a place to experiment. We bring innovative, multidisciplinary thinkers and doers from around the world to Yale for four months. We give them the space and time to step back from the intensity of their work to reflect, learn and be challenged both academically and personally.  Fellows also contribute greatly to Yale through teaching, collaboration, research and more. After their time at Yale, they go on to join a growing network of more than 250 World Fellows working across the world. They stay connected to the University, and to each other.
 
Who are they? In our annual search for Fellows, we scour the globe for people working innovatively (and often tirelessly) across sectors to bring positive change. Fellows are mid-career. They’re already questioning stale solutions and status quo strategies and coming up with new and better ways of tackling big problems. They’re dynamic, creative practitioners – disruptive thinkers, imaginers, inventors and creatives – who have already been recognized for their work. 
 
So they’re already experts in their fields when they come to us. But leadership is so much more than expertise. 
 
Read more about us, and the Fellowship, here
 
 
 

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