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The Jackson Institute for Global Affairs was established in 2009 with a transformational gift from John W. ’67 and Susan G. Jackson. Ten years later, the Yale Board of Trustees approved the transformation of the Jackson Institute into a school, and in January 2022, President Salovey announced that the Yale Jackson School of Global Affairs would open in July 2022. James A. Levinsohn, distinguished economist and educator, was named the inaugural dean. 

The Yale Jackson School of Global Affairs—the first professional school created at Yale since 1976—builds on Yale’s centuries long tradition of educating leaders. Yale’s graduates include five U.S. presidents; seven U.S. Secretaries of State; the presidents or prime ministers of Mexico, South Korea, and Germany; numerous ambassadors; and many heads of private and non-profit enterprises that contribute to the public good such as Human Rights Watch, Mercy Corps, Ashoka, Unite for Sight, and the Peace Corps.

The Jackson School is a community of scholars, students, practitioners, alumni, and staff dedicated to making a difference in all fields of global affairs. We bring to Yale the most talented, passionate students from all the world dedicated to making the world a better place. We prepare students to understand the world through academically rigorous programs taught by outstanding faculty who are leaders in their fields, and prominent practitioners of global affairs.

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