As a staff member at Yale, you are invited to network with your colleagues and stay in touch with campus news and events.
Stay in touch with colleagues
Building a strong network is important to your career at Yale. Make time to connect with your colleagues. Here are a few ideas:
Send an electronic Yale greeting card
Make a colleague’s day: say “Happy Birthday”, “Congrats”, “Thank You”, and more. Here’s how to send an electronic Yale greeting card:
- Visit the Yale Greeting Card web page.
- To send your first e-card, you’ll need to create an account by clicking “Join NotesPlus” in the right corner of the screen. Then, click on the confirmation e-mail that is sent to your inbox.
- To create a card: select an image, type a note and the recipient’s e-mail address, and press “send.”
Tip: Click on “Notebook” in the upper left corner to keep track of the cards that you’ve sent, received, and archived.
Let’s do lunch
With so many green spaces around campus, pack lunch and connect with a colleague or dine at one of New Haven’s many restaurants or Yale’s dining establishments.
Join an affinity group
Yale affinity groups are a great way to connect with colleagues. Yale’s special interest groups host social events, career building workshops, volunteer activites, and speaker series, to name a few.
Volunteer for your department’s green team to get to know others who you may not work directly with every day. Other opportunities include helping to host a department-wide United Way fundraising activity or getting involved with a university-wide event such as commencement–to name just a few.
Stay in touch with Yale
On the web
Explore your community and stay in-the-know with what’s happening on campus. This website features important announcements and tips, and quick access to common resources and tools such as My Time, the Yale Shuttle Schedule, Policies & Procedures, Benefits information and much more.
Did you know you can sign up to receive e-newsletters produced by Yale departments? Find information on campus news and events, including plays, concerts, art exhibits, and athletic competitions, as well as local New Haven happenings.
You may find it convenient to set up your Yale e-mail on your mobile device. Follow the instructions provided below.
Using your mobile device to connect to email
Office 365 email and calendaring:
|Set up EliApps (Google Apps for Education) on a mobile device|
Find and install mobile apps by searching for them by name in the Apple App Store (for iPhone/iPad) or the Google Play Store (for Android).
|Official Yale University App
Stay connected to Yale on-the-go, anytime, from anywhere. Check out upcoming events, find a Yale shuttle, lookup someone in the Yale directory, or just keep up with your favorite Bulldogs team.
|Bulldog Mobile (LiveSafe) App
LiveSafe is an app that gives students, staff, and faculty on campus direct and discreet two-way communication with Yale Police (YPD) via a mobile device. With Bulldog Mobile, you can use your smart phone as a personal security device to provide the YPD with accurate information about yourself and your GPS location.
|Workday Mobile App
The Workday mobile app is best suited for viewing information and managing some tasks in your Workday inbox. Learn more
|Multifactor Authentication (MFA) at Yale
MFA enhances the security of your Yale credentials by using your phone, tablet or other device to verify your identity when you attempt to access Yale’s network and resources from an off-campus location. Your account at Duo Security, our MFA provider, is automatically created when your Yale affiliation is established. Learn more
Check out the Yale Dining app to find out how busy your favorite dining hall is in real-time. You may also view upcoming menus and get directions to dining hall locations.
Receive support for your human resources, information technology, and financial processing needs from Yale’s support centers.