Fellows of Jonathan Edwards

(1) | A (11) | B (27) | C (16) | D (11) | E (14) | F (15) | G (16) | H (19) | I (1) | J (7) | K (17) | L (18) | M (18) | N (10) | O (3) | P (14) | Q (1) | R (10) | S (20) | T (6) | U (1) | V (3) | W (12) | X (1) | Y (2) | Z (2)

Felix Matos Rodriguez


Bio:

Chancellor
Felo@cuny.edu

Nana Adusei-Poku


Bio:

Assistant Professor, History of Art
nana.adusei-poku@yale.edu

Nita Ahuja


Bio:

William H. Carmalt Professor of Surgery
nita.ahuja@yale.edu

Myles H. Alderman


Bio:

Myles H. Alderman, JE ’58, was a New Haven area business executive for over 35 years who then transitioned to the non-profit environmental sphere working for The Nature Conservancy and The Connecticut Fund for the Environment and then as a consultant for numerous regional and statewide land trusts. Currently he continues his interest in environmental issues by doing volunteer work for land conservation organizations. He was co-founder and first president of the Board of New Haven Urban Resources Initiative, a program at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. His primary avocation is the American Civil War with particular interest in the role of Yale men in the War. He would be delighted to speak with students regarding their interests in the not-for-profit world. malderman@snet.net

Kathryn Alexander


Bio:

Professor (Adjunct) in the Department of Music

kathryn.alexander@yale.edu.

Sybil Alexandrov


Bio:

Senior Lector II of Spanish and Portuguese

sybil.alexandrov@yale.edu

Vladimir Alexandrov


Bio:

Vladimir Alexandrov is the B. E. Bensinger Professor in Yale’s Slavic Department, where he teaches courses on Russian literature and culture. His latest project is a biography of a legendary Russian revolutionary terrorist: To Break Russia’s Chains: Boris Savinkov’s Wars Against the Tsar, Lenin and the Bolsheviks. There is more about him on www.valexandrov.com. alexandrov-vladimir@yale.edu

Bob Alpern


Bio:

Dean of Yale School of Medicine, and parent of Rachelle JE ’09 and Kyle Alpern JE ’12. He has broad interests related to science and medicine, including undergraduate science education, premedical curricula, and the scientific basis of medical disease. In addition, he is interested in how academic institutions interface with industry to develop drugs and medical devises, resulting in improved healthcare. Interests outside of work include tennis and opera.

Awet Andemicael


Bio:

Awet Andemicael is Associate Dean for Marquand Chapel and Lecturer in Theology at Yale Divinity School. She was the first black woman to be awarded a Ph.D. in theology from the Yale Department of Religious Studies. She also holds an M.A.R. in theology from Yale Divinity School and a certificate from the Yale Institute of Sacred Music, in addition to degrees from Harvard University, the University of Notre Dame, and UC Irvine. She has published and presented scholarly work in several areas in Christian theology, with a particular focus on contemporary engagement with early Christian thought, and theology and music. In addition, Dr. Andemicael is a professional soprano and has performed with major orchestras and ensembles in concert venues across the United States and abroad.

Costos Arkolakis


Bio:

Professor of Economics

costas.arkolakis@yale.edu