April 12, 2021
This Sprintax webinar will provide an overview of the core principles of US nonresident tax for international students and scholars. Topics covered will include who must file a tax return, residency for tax purposes, FICA, amended returns, implications of misfiling, the stimulus check and much more.
April 14, 2021
During the month of April, OISS is promoting the amazing virtual arts programs that are happening across campus. This week we are featuring an event at the Yale University Art Gallery.
“Join our undergraduate Gallery Guides in conversation as they bring two different perspectives to a single... more
April 16, 2021
June 1, 2021
As a student or scholar at Yale, screens are a big part of your academic life. Classes and meetings are happening over Zoom, your emails are endless, and your personal life has moved to virtual meeting spaces over the last year. Screens are unavoidable, but that doesn’t mean we should constantly be tied to... more
First things first; what is a gratitude journal? The basic premise of a gratitude journal is to spend a moment every day or once a week writing down something that you’re thankful for. You can get a new journal to dedicate this practice to, or you can add it into your existing bullet journal (check out... more
Welcome to the third installment of the Molly Makes series, where Molly, OISS Assistant Director for Programs, “makes” something new and invites you to join her in the journey.
February is always one of the toughest months of winter. It’s still cold. It’s still dark. And there are new stressors with starting the new year.
That’s why we are challenging you to a 30 Day Happiness Challenge! Find some examples of pre-made Happiness Challenge charts on our... more
June 2, 2021
Being a student or scholar at Yale comes with it’s fair share of pressure and stress. Often when we are stressed and overwhelmed with school and work, we forget to prioritize our own self-care. In turn, when we forget about taking care of ourselves that trickles into our professional lives and prevents us... more
Spring has finally arrived and with the new season comes beautiful weather which is perfect for discovering new parts of New Haven!
One way to get to know your community is through it’s art, and New Haven is actually a haven (get it) for public street art and community murals.
We have... more
Welcome to the fourth installment of the... more
Did anyone else find it hard to set goals in 2020? There was no where to go, restaurants weren’t open, gyms were closed, borders were hard to cross; basically planning felt hard or even impossible.
But now with a vaccine plan in place, planning & goal setting seem possible again! ... more
June 3, 2021
Welcome to the fifth installment of the... more
June 4, 2021
As we get closer to the end of the semester, stress might begin to build up and start to feel overwhelming. But instead of just turning on the TV or ordering takeout to take your mind off of everything, try some art therapy instead!
Humans are creative by nature and art has been shown to actually have a... more