Fellows of Jonathan Edwards

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Gisela Noack


Former Chief Conservator and Head of Conservation at Yale University Library

Ben Wolf Noam


Ben Wolf Noam is an Artist, living and working between Los Angeles, New York and Connecticut.  He has exhibited throughout North America, Europe, Africa and the Middle East.  He works primarily in Painting, Sculpture and Ceramics.

Heather Nolin


Deputy Director for Exhibitions, Programming, and Education

Jenn Nolte


User Experience Researcher

Paul North


Maurice Natanson Professor of German
Chair, Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures
Head of Jonathan Edwards College


Douglas Nygren


I am a retired child, adolescent and family therapist whose life reads something like a German Bildungsroman. I began as a student of German literature, ein Germanist, before becoming a Journalist and eventually associate editor of a newspaper. When Yale accepted my future wife as a resident in psychiatry, I moved with her to Haven where I found work at Yale teaching first in Daily Themes and then being the writing tutor in JE. In JE I developed a specialty helping students to write again who were suffering from writing blocks. This in turn led to my becoming a a child therapist. The first third of my career I treated suicidal and out of control teenagers in a combination inpatient/intensive outpatient unit at St. Raphael's Hospital; the last two thirds were at Clifford Beers Clinic in New Haven where I worked with traumatized and abused children. Many of the techniques I used to help abused children came from my work as an editor as wells as from being a JE and Daily Themes writing tutor. dnygr@cshore.com

Eileen O'Connor

James O'Donnell


Professor in the Practice
Finance and Administration


Nick Onnembo


Nick is a Financial Analyst supporting the Networking and Cybersecurity Division at ISI at the University of Southern California. Nick previously worked at Yale University supporting the faculty in the Departments of Biomedical and Electrical Engineering. In addition, he spent 7 years as an Operations Manager in the Yale University School of Medicine. He currently serves on the ACES Foundation Board, the ACES Business Advisory Council and the Walter Camp Football Foundation. He holds a BA degree in English from Duquesne University and an MBA in Business from the University of New Haven.

David Paltiel


David Paltiel is a Professor in the Department of Health Policy and Management at the School of Public Health. He also holds an appointment as Professor at the School of Management. Trained in the field of Operations Research, his research focuses on the design of mathematical models and cost-effectiveness analyses to monitor and evaluate public health policies. He would be delighted to speak with students interested in global health. Born and raised in Canada, he is also happy to meet students who share his obsession with hockey, skiing, and whitewater paddling.  david.paltiel@yale.edu