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CBEY 2050 Fellows

Imagine a responsible economy. What will resilient societies look like in 2050, and how will business help make that possible?

CBEY 2050 Fellows

The CBEY 2050 Fellows is an interdisciplinary group of Yale graduate and professional students who come together monthly to imagine a responsible economy, resilient societies, and how business can help make them possible.

Convened virtually by Patagonia Director of Philosophy (and CBEY Executive Fellow) Vincent Stanley, the group’s meetings are peer-led, open-ended conversations around the future of business and the environment.

There is much to discuss in an era marked by the climate crisis, a renewed focus on systemic racism, political polarization, strained planetary boundaries, and other major challenges.

Throughout the year, the 2050 Fellows will explore major issues in our working lives, including environmental sustainability, business ethics, migration, economic divides, the future of agriculture, and the role of the US in a global context.

If you are prepared to engage in peer discussions about these topics and how business can be utilized as a part of the solution, we encourage you to apply!

Questions?  Contact Allegra Lovejoy Wiprud  (YSE/YDS ’22) and Nenha Young (YSE ’22).

Application information

Applications are now closed!  

This opportunity is pan-Yale and open to students affiliated with:

  • School of the Environment
  • School of Management
  • Divinity School
  • Law School
  • School of Public Health
  • Jackson Institute
  • School of Architecture

Schedule

All sessions are Fridays from 12-1:30 pm. Please check the schedule below to ensure you can make at least 6 of the 8 sessions.

  • September 17
  • October 29
  • November 12
  • December 10
  • January 21
  • February 18
  • March 4
  • April 15
  • May 6

People & Partners

Vincent Stanley

Director of Philosophy at Patagonia

Nenha Young

Financing and Deploying Clean Energy Student Manager at CBEY
Master of Environmental Management 2022

Program Alumni

Chris Perkins

Max Storto

Abby Martin

Logan McCoy