A friendship forged in Vietnam: George Cadwalader and Kristaps Keggi
When a land mine landed George Cadwalader in a steamy tent of the Third Surgical Mobile Hospital ("MASH") in Vietnam in 1965, little did he suspect that his surgeon, Kristaps Keggi, was another son of Eli. Keggi's actions would save Cadwalader's legs, and the two became friends.
YSM faculty, staff gather for Respect Retreat
Educators and conversation moderators from TIME'S UP Healthcare held a daylong Respect Retreat on improving culture and climate in medicine. Invited to YSM's campus by Darin Latimore, MD, deputy dean for diversity and inclusion and chief diversity officer, the moderators came from leadership positions within the medical community, and helped guide conversations about concrete steps forward.
City-Wide Open Studios Explores Wellbeing at Yale West Campus
For the past 21 years, New Haven artists have opened their homes and studios to the public for three weekends in October. This year, acting on a suggestion from Yale-affiliated Artspace board members, Executive Director Helen Kauder selected Building 410, on Yale West Campus, to host the final weekend.