Fellows of Jonathan Edwards

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Ann P. Lehman


Ann P. Lehman. Smith college BA 1949; Cranbrook Academy of Arts;Yale Art School  ‘56. Sculptor. Teaching at Creative Arts Workshop, head of sculpture dept. Taught Metal sculpture in Yale seminar program for 10 years.  Founder and first president of Creative Arts Workshop ;First president of Artspace. Public  sculpture throughout area.  Other interest is all about horses.

Noel Lenski


Professor of Classics and of History


Andre Levchenko


John C. Malone Professor of Biomedical Engineering


Murph Levin


Murph Levin, JE ’66 is a financial advisor with Morgan Stanley in NYC. After Yale, he got his MBA from Harvard (’68) and spent 37 years at a number of Wall Street firms in sales and management. Prior to joining Morgan Stanley in early 2011, he spent four years on the development staff of Environmental Defense Fund. He would be pleased to meet with – and hope to be a resource for - students contemplating a career in finance. murph.levin@morganstanley.com

Andrew C. Lipka


Andrew C. Lipka MD, ‘78 JE, is an ophthalmologist in private practice in Princeton, NJ, the ophthalmology department head for many years at University Medical Center at Princeton, a member of the Yale Ophthalmology Society, a clinical professor at Rutgers Medical School, and a leader of many Yale Alumni programs.  He enjoys speaking with and mentoring members of the JE community on the life of a doctor, medical school admissions, and the many ways that one’s Yale experience can continue, meaningfully, as a Yale alum.  Andy leads the Yale for Life program, wherein alumni (and their spouses, and Yale parents) return to live at Yale for a week in the summer for intensive, seminar-based courses with leading Yale faculty.  He founded the Princeton campus of Yale Alumni College, where seminars are provided in communities beyond New Haven for Yale alumni, and serves on the overall YACOL Board.  He directs the local Yale Alumni Schools Committee, leads the Yale Club of Princeton, served on the JE Reunion Committee, is a principal organizer and panelist of the Humanities in Action Conference at Yale each November, is an AYA delegate, a mentor in the AYA mentorship program, and much more.  He treasures his interactions and friendships with all members of the Yale Community.  andrew.lipka@gmail.com

Charles Long


Charles Long has been a Fellow of Jonathan Edwards since the fall of 1966, when he was appointed to the faculty of the English Department. He is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of Rutgers University, and he earned a Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of California at Berkeley, where he was a Woodrow Wilson Fellow.  After a number of years on the full-time faculty he moved to the Yale College Dean’s Office where he became Dean of Academic Affairs. In 1983 he was appointed to the Provost’s Office, where he eventually became Deputy Provost of the University. During his many years in the Provost’s Office, his responsibilities included all of the humanities and most of the social science departments and nearly all of non-medical professional schools, including Law and Management. His also had oversight responsibility for the MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies, the Institution for Social and Policy Studies, the World Fellow’s Program, and the Center for the Study of Globalization. He was the coordinator and often author of some of the University’s core academic policies, including the Faculty Handbook, and he was deeply engaged in senior faculty recruitment across the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.  He retired from Yale in June of 2010, but has remained active in an informal consulting capacity.


Theodore Long


Theodore Long, MD (JE 06) is an Assistant Professor (Adjunct) of Internal Medicine. He recently completed my residency training in Internal Medicine, and is an Attending on the Generalist team at Yale-New Haven Hospital. While at Yale as an undergraduate, he founded the Yale Journal of Medicine and Law and created a health policy major. He has maintained a strong interest in health policy, and currently investigate clinical research that is applicable to health policy. You can reach him at theodore.long@yale.edu.

John Mangan


John Mangan, Senior Associate Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, began his administrative career in 1997 in the Yale College Dean’s Office. Before returning to Yale in 2013 as Associate Provost for the Arts and Humanities, he served as Vice President and Dean of the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. At Yale, he served previously as Assistant Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Acting Director of the GSAS’ Office for Diversity and Equal Opportunity, Dean of Jonathan Edwards College, and Lecturer in the Department of History. As a researcher and journalist, he has written on higher education, the performing arts, and the history of the American conservatory. A classical guitarist with extensive performing experience, he earned a B.M. from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, an M.M. from the Yale School of Music, and a Ph.D. in History and Education from Columbia University. john.mangan@yale.edu

Andres Martin


Riva Ariella Ritvo Professor in the Child Study Center and Professor of Psychiatry


Oswaldo Chinchilla Mazariegos


Oswaldo Chinchilla Mazariegos is an Assistant Professor at Yale University, Department of Anthropology, and formerly professor at the University of San Carlos and curator at the Museo Popol Vuh, Universidad Francisco Marroquín, Guatemala. His research focuses on Mesoamerican art, religion, and writing, and he has conducted extensive field research at various sites in Guatemala, focusing especially on the settlement patterns, urbanism, and sculptural art of the Pacific Coastal site of Cotzumalhuapa. In 2011, he was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship for his work on Cotzumalhuapa art and archaeology. His recent work on Mesoamerican religion and art has resulted in a series of innovative papers, and the book Imágenes de la Mitología Maya (2011), which examines mythological themes in Maya, in the light of a broad, comparative assessment of relevant sources that include the Popol Vuh and other narratives from all over Mesoamerica. In addition to numerous articles in major journals, he is the author of Cotzumalguapa, la Ciudad Arqueológica: El Baúl-Bilbao-El Castillo (2012), Guatemala, Corazón del Mundo Maya (1999); editor of Arqueología Subacuática: Amatitlán, Atitlán (2011); and coeditor of The Decipherment of Ancient Maya Writing (2001), and The Technology of Maya Civilization: Political Economy and Beyond in Lithic Studies (2011). oswaldo.chinchilla@yale.edu