WEEK OF 5/1/2023
Believe it or not we are in Reading Week! So this week’s Notes and News will be all about our TD study breaks schedule.
But first our “photo of the week” is from TD senior, Megha Joshi, who shared this great photo of her FroCo group having their final dinner of this year at September in Bangkok!
I also received these photos from Demi Lee ‘24, TD Photography Aide, who took this great picture of last Friday’s TD Day. Please go to this link for more.
Here is our list of study breaks for the next two weeks. All food study breaks take place in the Thompson Room unless otherwise noted:
Monday 5/1 10pm SAC Study Break with Insomnia Cookies
And I will be putting out a new TD Puzzle!!!
If you find yourself half naked
and barefoot in the frosty grass, hearing,
again, the earth’s great, sonorous moan that says
you are the air of the now and gone, that says
all you love will turn to dust,
and will meet you there, do not
raise your fist. Do not raise
your small voice against it. And do not
take cover. Instead, curl your toes
into the grass, watch the cloud
ascending from your lips. Walk
through the garden’s dormant splendor.
Say only, thank you.
DATES AND DEADLINES
||Reading period ends 5:00 p.m.
||Final examinations begin, 7:00 p.m.
||Deadline for all course assignments, other than term papers and term projects. This deadline can be extended only by a Temporary Incomplete authorized by the student’s residential college dean.
||Examinations end, 5:30 p.m.
||Deadline for all term papers and term projects. This deadline can be extended only by a Temporary Incomplete authorized by the student’s residential college dean.
END OF TERM POLICIES
Remember that, in addition to being the last day of exams, May 10 is also the final possible date for the submission of term papers and term projects. Of course, individual instructors may set deadlines for earlier than this date, even as they have full discretion to set deadlines as late as this date. Beyond May 10, coursework may be submitted only with a Temporary Incomplete from me; your instructor cannot set deadlines or issue extensions for beyond May 10, even in graduate or professional school courses. Yale College considers such deadlines and extensions invalid, and the work will not be counted toward your grade.
As with Dean’s Extensions, the Academic Regulations permit Temporary Incompletes in only a limited range of circumstances; contact me right away if you anticipate needing one so that we can discuss your situation. Postponements of scheduled final examinations (via ABX: “All But eXam”) also require my intervention, and may be authorized under the same set of circumstances as Dean’s Extensions and Temporary Incompletes. As always, if you find yourself in any kind of trouble relating to the submission of work or the taking of exams, let me know right away – I’m very happy to consult on these points.
FELLOWSHIPS AND FUNDING
Truman Information Session
Tuesday, May 2 | 12:00pm noon – 1:00pm
Fulbright Information Session
Thursday, May 4 | 10:00am – 11:00am
APPROACHING APPLICATION DEADLINES
May 2, 1pm - The Summer Experiences Award (SEA)
May 2, 1pm – The International Study Award (ISA)
OFFICE OF CAREER STRATEGY
On Being a Doctor Lecture Series
Tuesday, May 2 | 6:30pm – 7:30pm
Morgan Stanley Fireside Chat with Sharon Yeshaya, Chief Financial Officer
Wednesday, May 3 | 2:30pm – 3:15pm
Case Western Reserve Med School Info Session
Thursday, May 4 | 4:30pm – 5:30pm
Bain & Company, Inc. ‘Day in the Life of an AC’ Panel
Tuesday, May 23 | 7:00pm – 8:00pm
Bain & Company, Inc. Virtual Resume Workshop Review
Thursday, June 8 | 12:00pm noon – 1:00pm
LATTE WITH A LIBRARIAN | Bass Library
May 2 from noon - 1:30pm | Learn more: https://schedule.yale.edu/event/10286006
Meet with a librarian for a drop-in research consultation. Any student who asks a library or research-related question will receive a FREE Yale Library mug!
LIBRARY JAM | Sterling Library Nave
May 2 from 3:45 - 4:15pm at Sterling Library | Learn more: https://schedule.yale.edu/event/10680118
Take a break from studying and enjoy Library Jam in the Sterling Library Nave, featuring performances from Whim N’ Rhythm and the Whiffenpoofs!
GUIDED MEDITATION WITH CONNIE COIA | Marx Library
May 3 starting at 12 - 12:15pm | Learn more: https://schedule.yale.edu/event/10602752
Feeling stressed over exams and papers? Take a 15-minute break with Corinne Coia from the Good Life Center for a guided meditation.
(NOT QUITE) MIDNIGHT BREAKFAST | Bass Library
May 3 from 9 - 10pm | Learn more: https://schedule.yale.edu/event/10598823
Sustain your studying with bagels and schmear in Bass Library starting at 9pm… which is not-quite-midnight because it’s also important to rest. While supplies last.