YEI, student and alumni organizations and community groups hold events, panels, conferences and workshops throughout the year. Check out the event listing below to see what’s happening. Events are open to the public unless otherwise noted.

Intro to iOS Development
Fri, September 19 - 1:30pm - 3:00pm
TEAL Classroom, 17 Hillhouse Ave., New Haven

Want to learn how to make native iOS apps, but aren't sure where to start? This workshop will cover the structure of an iOS project, Xcode tools, and the fundamentals of iOS development. This workshop will be held on Friday, September 19th...

Fueled 2014 Hackathon Submission Deadline
Sat, September 20 (All day)
568 Broadway, New York, NY

On September 20-21, Fueled is hosting it’s first Hackathon in support of The White House Safety Data Initiative. We’re bringing together the best developers, designers, and product experts in New York to build innovative applications based on...

Diana Lovett, Founder & CEO of Cisse Trading Company
Mon, September 22 - 11:45am
Evans Hall, Room 4430, 165 Whitney Ave., New Haven

While completing a Fulbright scholarship and a year of volunteer work at an orphanage in South Africa, Diana became committed to a lifelong pursuit in creating social justice. Her experiences at such an early age inspired her to pursue a B.A....

Lunch & Learn: Student Developer and Mentorship Program
Tue, September 23 - 12:00pm - 1:00pm
25 Science Park, Room 125

The Student Developer and Mentorship program hires students to work on web and mobile development projects for the university. It is also involved with education on these topics, and works closely with the many student groups that work in this...

How to Spend Your First 100 Days as a Startup
Tue, September 23 - 7:00pm - 8:00pm
CEID, 15 Prospect St, Becton Center 107

Join the Yale Entrepreneurial Society and Venture for America as we discuss what the first 100 days of your startup career should look like! Whether you want to join a startup or start your own, we will give you the tools you need to do well...

Office Hours with Merrie London, SBIR Manager at Connecticut Innovations
Wed, September 24 - 8:30am - 4:30pm
Yale Office of Cooperative Research, 433 Temple St., New Haven

Merrie London is the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Manager at Connecticut Innovations and can provide strategic insight to faculty, postdocs and grad students seeking SBIR grants and information on matching those funds through...

Contact Merrie London, for more information.

Justin Borgman, Cofounder and CEO of Hadapt
Wed, September 24 - 11:45am
Evans Hall, 165 Whitney Ave., New Haven

When Justin Borgman was a rising second year School of Management student, he joined the Technology Commercialization Program and was shown a paper by Yale Computer Science Professor Dr. Daniel Abadi. It described a new type of database using...

Nick Shields, Cofounder and CEO of SpikedSeltzer
Wed, September 24 - 4:15pm
Evans Hall, Room 2430, 165 Whitney Ave., New Haven

Yale alum Nick Shields developed products for titans in the industry, Pepsi and Cadbury Schweppes. Nick's first job after college was managing production for Nantucket Nectars, a thriving, upstart juice company in Boston. He followed that...

Venture Creation Program Application Deadline
Thu, September 25 (All day)

The Venture Creation Program was created to catalyze and support the growth of new, early-stage ventures at Yale University. It is dedicated to providing resources for entrepreneurial teams to commercialize promising, unique products or...

Contact Margaret Lee, for more information.

Office Hours with Miles Lasater
Thu, September 25 - 9:30am - 1:00pm
Evans Hall, Entrepreneurship Suite (L400), 165 Whitney Ave., New Haven

Join the SOM Program on Entrepreneurship in the Entrepreneurship Suite (L400) for an informal discussion with entrepreneur and founder of Higher One, Miles Lasater. Stop by anytime on Thursday,  September 25 between 9:30 and 1 to discuss...

Contact Hanna German, for more information.