Miranda Jeyaretnam
Staff Reporter
Miranda Jeyaretnam is the beat reporter covering the Jackson Institute of Global Affairs and developments at the National University of Singapore and Yale-NUS for the YDN's University desk. She was formerly the opinion editor for the Yale Daily News under the YDN Board of 2022 and wrote as a staff columnist for her opinion column 'Crossing the Aisle' in Spring 2020. From Singapore, she is a sophomore in Pierson College, majoring in English.
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Yale Cyber Leadership Forum opens with discussion on “Big Data, Data Privacy, and AI Governance”

This year’s Cyber Leadership Forum, hosted both virtually and in person, had its first of three sessions on Friday.

Yale-NUS successor shares plans for new curriculum

In anticipation of its opening later this year, NUS College, which will eventually succeed Yale-NUS once it closes in 2025, shares its new curriculum.

Professors reflect on time spent at Yale-NUS

In light of the August announcement that the Yale-NUS partnership would be dissolved, New Haven-based faculty who have spent time in Singapore spoke about their experiences teaching and living in another country.

PROFILE: Jackson Institute’s Casey King talks AI, Big Data and humanity

“I’ve always been a bit shy about this sort of thing,” William Casey King GRD ’10 said when first approached about a profile. “Honestly, I […]

University reaches fundraising target, announces fall 2022 opening of Jackson School of Global Affairs

The Jackson School of Global Affairs will be the first new professional school established at Yale in more than 40 years.

Jackson Institute announces the Schmidt Program on Artificial Intelligence, Emerging Technologies and National Power

The Schmidt Program, made possible by a $15.3 million gift from Eric and Wendy Schmidt, will emphasize an interdisciplinary approach to AI and cyber-focused research and teaching.

Yale Muslim Students Association raises thousands of dollars for Afghan refugees

The Yale4Afghanistan banquet, co-hosted by the Yale Muslim Students Association and Yale International Relations Association, raised over $3000 so far for Integrated Refugee and Immigrant Services, a refugee resettlement agency in New Haven.

Jackson Institute hosts discussion with Ambassador Ryan Crocker

Ambassador Ryan Crocker, a former U.S. diplomat, engaged in a dialogue about how American diplomacy has changed since 9/11 with Executive Director of International Security Studies Ted Wittenstein.

Jackson Institute hosts discussion forum on “Sino-Indian Affairs: Competition and Conflict”

Visiting political science lecturer and distinguished Indian journalist Sushant Singh participated in a dialogue about Indo-Chinese diplomatic relations with Elihu professor of history Arne Westad.

Joanne Roberts to take over as Yale-NUS president

Professor Joanne Roberts to assume leadership from current President Tan Tai Yong.

Jackson Senior Fellow di Giovanni releases new book on the plight of Christians in the Middle East

Journalist and Jackson Fellow Janine di Giovanni published a new book earlier this month documenting Christian persecution in the Middle East.  Di Giovanni’s new book […]