Fellows of Jonathan Edwards

A (6) | B (19) | C (11) | D (6) | E (9) | F (10) | G (11) | H (16) | I (1) | J (3) | K (13) | L (15) | M (9) | N (3) | O (1) | P (5) | R (4) | S (9) | T (4) | U (1) | V (1) | W (8) | Z (1)

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Jessica Fenner


Bio:

Jessica Fenner, MSW, is Associate Director of Reunion Giving at Yale University. In her role at Yale, Jessica oversees three reunion gift campaigns, which provide essential endowment and current use support for the university. Prior to working at Yale, Jessica was the Director of Reunion Giving at The Loomis Chaffee School. Jessica began her career in fundraising as the Deputy Finance Director for US Senator Christopher Murphy’s successful 2010 Congressional Campaign. She is happy to speak with students interested in working in politics or the non-profit sector.  She resides in Branford and enjoys her time by the shore. 

Ayaska Fernando


Bio:

Ayaska Fernando, JE ’08, Associate Director of Undergraduate Admissions and Director of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Recruitment, would like to speak with students who wonder about pursuing something quite different to their major area of study at Yale post-graduation. He was a Mechanical Engineering (ABET) major while at Yale, spent his junior year summer on Wall Street at Bear Stearns, and is now in his 6th year at Yale Admissions. Students often wonder why they were admitted to Yale – Ayaska is happy to talk about admissions and the considerations that go into these decisions. Ayaska is a JE resident fellow and you will see him in the dining hall or at IM Waterpolo/Badminton in case you want to introduce yourself before writing an email. ayaska.fernando@yale.edu

Eugene R. Fidell


Bio:

Eugene R. Fidell is a Senior Research Scholar and Visiting Lecturer at the Law School. He attended public schools in New York City and graduated from Queens College (1965, Philosophy) and Harvard Law School (1968). After law school he served in the U.S. Coast Guard, then practiced law in Washington, D.C. He began teaching at Yale in 1993 as an adjunct faculty member, and became a full-time lecturer in 2009. His main field of scholarly interest is military justice, but he also teaches courses on Guantanamo, Federal Indian Law, and American Indian Tribal Law, among other subjects. He is married to Linda Greenhouse, who also teaches at the Law School. Their daughter, Hannah Fidell, is a filmmaker. eugene.fidell@yale.edu

Lisa Ford


Bio:

Lisa Ford is the Senior Manager of Special Projects for the Director at Yale Center for British Art and a Tudor historian who specializes in court politics and administration, with a secondary field in 18th Century cultural history as it relates to the professionalization of natural history and networks of exchange. She also runs the Yale-in-London study abroad program, and studied abroad herself, doing her PhD at the University of St Andrews in Scotland. Lisa teaches college seminars on British Queenship, Early Modern propaganda and Fictionalizing History. Her current research focuses on political iconography, with particular reference to the visual and material use of the insignia of the Order of the Garter. She has also served as a sophomore advisor and senior essay advisor to students in the history and history of art majors. She’s very happy to chat with students about any of those subjects. You can reach her at lisa.ford@yale.edu.

Elizabeth Frengel


Bio:

Research Librarian at Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library

elizabeth.frengel@yale.edu

Gary Friedlaender


Bio:

Wayne O. Southwick Professor of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation and Professor of Pathology

gary.friedlaender@yale.edu

Linda Friedlaender


Bio:

Senior Curator of Education at Yale Center for British Art

linda.friedlaender@yale.edu

Michael Friedmann


Bio:

Professor (Adjunct) of Music at School of Music and in the Music Department

michael.friedmann@yale.edu

Michael Friedmann


Bio:

Michael Friedmann, professor (adj.) of Music in the school and department of music, has found his niche in relating music theory and analysis to performance. He would be glad to chat with students about finding the right space for music in their lives, and even about engaging in dubious battle and entering the music profession as composer, performer, academic or critic. Warning: he is an unabashed admirer of Arnold Schoenberg, and of forgotten representatives of “modernist” music who plied their craft in the last century. He also loves to talk about baseball, but NOT with Yankee fans. michael.friedmann@yale.edu