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Friday, April 21, 2017

The Morse College Elevator in Entryway I will be out of Service on Monday from noon until 2PM.  Please plan your day accordingly.

  2. Limited Edition Morse Baseball Tees
  3. Apply to be an Intramural Sports Representative
  4. Morse Art Gallery Exhibit
  5. Lohmann & Van Sinderen Prizes
  6. Yale Model United Nations Summer Position
  7. Theron Rockwell Field and John Addison Porter Prize Competition
  8. Yale Summer Research Institute 

Please refer to the Morse College Calendar for upcoming events!




II. Limited Edition Morse Baseball Tees

Drop by the office to buy our new, limited edition Morse baseball tee for $10. With super soft fabric and swing into spring with Walrus pride! There are only a limited number of these highly desirable shirts available, so be sure to pick one up before they’re gone!


III. Apply to be an IM Sports Representative

Without further ado, here is the application to apply to be Morse College’s Intramural sports representative for the 2017-2018 academic year. We are looking for two outgoing, energetic Morsels who want to contribute to the Morse community via IMs.


IV. Morse Art Gallery Exhibit

Morse Senior Lucy Wang’s photo exhibit will be on display in the Morse art gallery from April 20th-April 26th

Hold my gaze// a photo exhibition exploring the bittersweet moments of senior year, a celebration of friendship, a snapshot of the transience of the four years gone by


V. The Lohmann & Van Sinderen Prizes for Undergraduate Printing and Design 

The Lohmann & Van Sinderen Prizes aim to recognize and celebrate the broad range of interest in planning, craft, and invention that gives undergraduate design and printing at Yale its singular character. The judges are eager to see printed works of all kinds in order to reward skill, discipline, and imagination.  

Eligible pieces must have been planned and executed in the past academic year by a current Yale undergraduate. They may include publications and ephemera, class assignments, and self-initiated printing projects. Professional studio work will not be considered, nor will printmaking projects, per se. Entries can be made by both digital and traditional methods, although final renditions cannot be screen-based.  

For more information, including submission instructions and images of past entries, visit Entries must be submitted by 1:30 pm on Friday, April 28, 2017, to Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library Special Collections.  

Prizes of up to $500 will be awarded at an informal ceremony on April 28 at 5 pm on the main level of the Haas Family Arts Library, where all entries will be on view.  

Note: All winning entries become part of the Yale Residential Colleges Student Printing Collection immediately following the awards ceremony. The Arts Library encourages all entrants to donate their submissions to help build the collection.


VI. Yale Model United Nations Summer Position

Apply now to be a Director for the Yale Model United Nations Institute, a one-week long summer program for High School students in MUN held here at Yale from July 30-August 5, 2017. Directors will have the unique chance to make a major impact one of Yale’s largest student groups (YIRA) by helping develop its newest constituent program and shape the culture, curriculum, and programming of the YMUNI itself for years to come, and get paid a $250 stipend doing it!


VII. Theron Rockwell Field and John Addison Porter Prize Competitions

Submissions are now being accepted for the 2017 Theron Rockwell Field and John Addison Porter prize competitions, which are open to all students currently enrolled at Yale for a degree.

Brief descriptions of each prize, an application form, and a list of frequently asked questions are available at

All entries are due by Monday, April 24, at 5:00 p.m.


VIII. Yale Summer Science Research Institute

We are currently seeking a qualified candidate to coordinate the Summer Science Research Institute at Yale, an exciting science outreach internship program for local public school students. Our team is in the process of finalizing admissions decisions for the 2017 summer program, and we’re now looking for a dynamic, organized undergraduate or graduate candidate who is excited about the program’s mission - even if you’re not involved in science at Yale!

The Yale Summer Science Research Institute (SSRI) connects enthusiastic high school students from the New Haven area with scientific research labs at Yale.  We aim to provide high-quality research experiences to New Haven students to excite them about scientific investigation, enable them to explore new scientific fields, and to increase their college preparedness. In doing so, we hope to foster long-term relationships between Yale laboratories and high school students. Students come to campus for a 6-week research internship supplemented with weekly workshops, lunches with student mentors, and a day-long research symposium at the end of the program.  

The Coordinator will be in charge of program administrative responsibilities and will act as the point of contact and facilitator of program events during the 6-week period. The working hours are part-time from May until August, with flexibility in fulfilling the working hour requirements outside of when the 6-week programming is in session.

More details about the position can be found at the following link:

For more information about the program, please visit or email