Dear Members of the Yale Club of Germany,

A reminder that we have two exciting events on offer in Berlin this Fall, both have limited space, so please RSVP if you are interested in joining.

Also in Berlin, I was honored to be invited to participate in the Founding Event of the Association of German-American Centers at the Federal Foreign Ministry/Auswärtiges Amt yesterday, representing Munich Dialogues on Democracy and The Yale Club of Germany and our partnership with Amerikahaus Munich. A fantastic step forward for German-American friendship!

Boola Boola,


with Ambassador Amy Gutmann and comedienne par excellence Gayle Tufts


The Yale Club of Germany and the Oxford University Society Berlin are co-hosting a beer garden evening in Berlin:

The Oxford University Society includes a lively and relatively young membership of almost 600 Oxford alumni/ae. Join us and them for an evening of after work cheer:

• Co-hosts: Yale Club of Germany e.V. and Oxford University Society Berlin

• Date: Saturday, 7 October, 7 pm

• Location: Golgatha Biergarten, Katzbachstraße, 10965 Berlin (in Viktoriapark, Kreuzberg)

• Registration: to sign up, please click here:

• Cost: Please pay for your individual order

• Guests: Members of the Yale Club of Germany e.V. and the Oxford University Society Berlin – partners welcome!

• Capacity: 40 persons

There are 40 spots available, so please do reserve to guarantee your spot – partners welcome!



Yale SOM Professor Paul Bracken is leading an alumni tour through Berlin in October where he will focus on business, economics, Russia, and military issues. 

A dangerous strategic competition is underway based on AI, cyber, hypersonic missiles, killer drones, laser death rays, logic bombs, satellite killers, and robot weapons. Professor Paul Bracken will describe how these “new war machines” promise to change the international order. At the same time “old nuclear weapons,” a 1945 technology, have spread to nine countries and counting. China’s current “nuclear breakout,” North Korea, and Iran’s effort to get the bomb point to a second nuclear age.

The YAA has offered to open the evening program (lecture and cocktail reception) on October 18th at the Westin Grand in Berlin to members of the Yale Club of Germany.

Please RSVP to if you would like to join the evening for more details!


The Yale Club of Germany e.V.


• For up-to-date event information, join our Facebook group.

If you have event ideas, would like to get involved in club activites, let us know!


The Yale Club is always looking for alumni to interview local high-school students who are applying to Yale College. If you would like to help out or learn more, please contact our ASC director, Rebecca Haltzel-Haas.

Yale Book Award

If you interested in presenting the Yale Book Award at a high school in your area, please contact the club board.


The Club does not assess dues, but asks its members to make an modest annual contribution (€20 suggested, but any amount is welcome) to help fund Club activities.

To contribute, please arrange a bank transfer (Überweisung) to the following account and be sure to include your email address so we can send you your tax-deductible donation receipt:

Payee: Yale Club e.V.
IBAN: DE36830654080005217610
Bank: VR-Bank Altenburger Land eG

For any question regarding contributions, please contact our Treasurer, Hans Christian Siller.

Club Officers


Bartley Grosserichter (Yale College ’88)


Hans Christian Siller (GSAS ’12)


Alexander Schmitt Glaeser (LLM ’89)


Rebecca Haltzel-Haas (Yale College ’90)


Jana Striezel (LLM ’02)