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New Events with Davenport College & Yale Divinity School’s Open Party

Mark your calendars for the first two Yale Humanist Community events for October 2013!  This coming week we currently have two events planned as well as additional announcements:

  • Welcome reception for Chris Stedman as a Davenport College Fellow
  • First formal meeting and discussion of the year of the Yale Divinity School’s Open Party with the YHC.
  • Booking meetings with Chris Stedman

Event with the Davenport community introducing Chris as a Davenport Fellow

Stedman10.7imgaPlease join the Davenport College community and the YHC in welcoming Chris Stedman, our Coordinator for Humanist Life, as a Davenport Fellow.

The welcoming event will be followed by a discussion led by Yale professor of Psychology and YHC Board member Laurie Santos.

The event will be held on Monday October 7th at 12 pm noon in the Davenport seminar room (located above the Dining Hall) 248 York Street, New Haven.

For more information please email us at yale.humanists {at} gmail.   No RSVP is required.

Event with Open Party at the Yale Divinity School

Yale Divinity SchoolWe hope to see you at the meeting and discussion of the Yale Divinity School‘s Open Party with Chris Stedman.

This will be the first event of the year with both the Open Party and the Yale Humanist Community, so make sure to check it out!

The event will be held Wednesday October 9th at 12:30 pm in SG54 (back building, near the Center for Faith & Culture – click here for a map).

For more information please email us at yale.humanists {at} gmail or the Open Party directly at YDSOpenParty {at} gmail.   No RSVP is required.  This event is open to Yale Divinity School students.

Meetings with Chris Stedman

Feeling stressed with the deluge of a new school year?  Having problems with friends or family?  Or just want to discuss Humanism, philosophy and ethics or possibilities for working with the Yale Humanist Community?

Feel free to either contact us at yale.humanists {at} gmail anytime or books Chris Stedman, the YHC’s Coordinator for Humanist Life,  directly.  To do so please visit http://yalehumanists.youcanbook.me/.

Note: during the 2013-2014 academic year Chris will be spending most of his time in Cambridge, MA.  Unfortunately, this means that Chris will only be spending about a week each month in New Haven.  So if you see a lot of unavailable time slots on the book me website, don’t worry, just keep scrolling.

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