Fellows of Jonathan Edwards

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Peggy Eatherton


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Lab Manager, Howard Hughes Med Inst
peggy.eatherton@yale.edu

John Eberhart


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IT Director - Technology Support Services, Yale School of Medicine
eberhart@yale.edu

Kem Edwards


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Kem Edwards JE ’49 is not the oldest Fellow, but usually can claim to be the “oldest Member of the College present.” He can also claim to be the Oldest Living Whiffenpoof, and sings with three other not-so-old Whiffs as the Elm City Four. Over the last two decades he has audited 143 courses – Anthropology to Statistics, Yoruba hasn’t appeared on his radar. He and Phoebe enjoy Fellows dinners, betting on Yale athletics, and supporting the Phillips Fund; and looking forward to Senior/Fellows Croquet and other College events. As a College Advisor, he is pleased to march with Fellows at Commencement and see the graduation of former advisees. Four years is such a short time.

Dan Egan


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Lecturer in the Music Department and in Theater Studies
dan.egan@yale.edu

Scott Ellaway


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Scott Ellaway, a Welsh conductor and advocate for broadening access to classical music, would be happy to talk with students about their interest in pursuing a career in the world of classical music. In an article published by BBC Music Magazine in 2009, Ellaway became known for his entrepreneurial spirit as the founder and artistic director of Orchestra Europa. Born in Monmouthshire, South Wales, Ellaway was educated locally before gaining an organ scholarship to Keble College, Oxford in 2002 and graduating in 2005. He made his professional conducting debut at age 21 with members of the BBC National Orchestra of Wales and the Welsh National Opera in Abergavenny. He has since worked with several prominent orchestras including the Academy of Ancient Music, the Berliner Symphoniker, the Philharmonia Orchestra, the London Mozart Players, and performed at the Lincoln Center in New York City for the first time in 2014. He made his debut with the London Symphony Orchestra at the Henry Wood Hall in 2016 and was recently on staff at Chicago’s Lyric Opera. Ellaway lives in New York where he is artistic director of OpusYou. He is represented by CAMI Music and may be contacted via the following email address: scott.ellaway@opusyou.com.

Jay Emerson


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Jay Emerson, Professor (Adjunct) of Statistics and Data Science, would enjoy meeting students with interest in real-world data challenges, cooking, opera, or off–the–beaten–track world travel. Jay has done several data analysis projects receiving attention in the media. Most recently, he has exposed a new quirk in the scoring system used in international figure skating competitions. He is currently attempting to master Mutter Paneer (including making the paneer from raw milk). He is looking forward to seeing Der Ring des Nibelungen again. He grew up in Vermont, has seen a good bit of the US, and has traveled to China, Brazil, and parts of Europe. He speaks French poorly. He can be reached at john.emerson@yale.edu. http://www.stat.yale.edu/~jay

Don Engelman


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Donald Engelman progressed from a BA in Physics at Reed College and a Ph.D. in Molecular Biophysics from Yale, via Postdoctoral stays at The University of California at San Francisco and King’s College London to join the Yale faculty. His research efforts have produced papers on a number of topics, but the main focus has been on the structure of biological membranes. Most recently, there has been intense effort on the uses of a pH dependent membrane insertion peptide to image and deliver molecules to the cells in acidic tissues, including tumors.
 
He has been a Guggenheim Fellow, and has held several visiting appointments in Grenoble, Cambridge, Stanford, and Paris. He has served in a number of capacities at Yale, including Chair of Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry, Chair of the Biological Sciences Advisory Committee, and Acting Dean of Yale College. Service outside of Yale includes numerous panels, study sections, councils, and committees at the National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, and the National Academy of Sciences. He is now pursing a technology for targeting tumor cells, teaching Biochemistry and organizing a course for non-STEM students.

Kyunghee Eo


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Assistant Professor
East Asian Languages and Literatures
kyunghee.eo@yale.edu

 

Vanessa Estimé


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Vanessa Estimé serves as Assistant Director for the Yale Prison Education Initiative at Dwight Hall at Yale. Higher education has been her home since 2016, and she’s worked in a variety of roles within student retention and success, academic advising, coaching, and mentoring college and university students. Vanessa received her BS in Legal Studies from the University of New Haven, and MSW from Simmons College School of Social Work. She is also a licensed social worker and birth doula committed to strengthening under-resourced communities and guiding its members towards wholeness. Vanessa can be reached at vanessa.estime@yale.edu.

Professor Daniel C. Esty


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Dan Esty is the Hillhouse Professor at Yale University with primary appointments in Yale’s Environment and Law Schools and a secondary appointment at the Yale School of Management. He serves as Director of the Yale Center for Environmental Law and Policy (www.yale.edu/envirocenter). He is the author or editor of ten books and dozens of articles on environmental protection, energy, and sustainability – and their connections to corporate strategy, competitiveness, trade, performance measurement, and economic development. From 2011 to 2014, Dan served as Commissioner of Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection where he earned a reputation for bringing innovative thinking to both energy and environmental policymaking. Prior to taking up his Yale Professorship in 1994, he served in a variety of senior positions at the US Environmental Protection Agency (where he helped negotiate the 1992 Framework Convention on Climate Change) and was a senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics in Washington, DC. daniel.esty@yale.edu