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Mary Jane Potter

Business in Africa

Mary Beth Radigan

Lucky Ewe Irish Goods

Matthew Regan

Cowles Foundation

Matthew Regan is the communications manager at the Cowles Foundation, where he helps promote faculty research in economics. He has worked at Yale since 1999 beginning with Yale Academic ITS, and later the Yale Center for Teaching and Learning.  Matt has a BA in communications from Augsburg College in Minneapolis and an MBA degree from the University of New Haven.

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Franklin Renz

Utilities Company

Franklin Renz started and ran several businesses. Owned Block Island Power Company. Developed first wind generation systems with NASA and DOE. Tested and repaired Abrams tank for DOE. Still best tank in the world. Trustee and Director of paper company that supplied paper for Yale for nearly fifty years. Been involved in several litigations that have changed the understanding of trusts in Federal and State courts.

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Ronald Repetti

Chemical Engineering

Richard Richie

Curator, SE Asian Collection SMLEmail Richard Richie

Cesar Rodriquez

Curator, Latin American Collection, SML

Naomi Rogers

History of Medicine

Naomi Rogers is an Associate Professor, History of Medicine and History.  She holds a Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in 1986.  Her fields of interests are History of 20th century medicine & public health in North America including policy, activism, alternative medicine & gender and medicine; Science & feminism; Feminist health movements.

Philip Rubin

Otolaryngology

Joanne Rudof

Library Manuscripts and ArchivesEmail Joanne Rudof

Kevin Ryan

Fellow of the Yale Corporation

Kevin P. Ryan is the Chairman and Founder of GILT, an innovative e-commerce company offering highly coveted products and experiences at insider prices.   

In 2007, Kevin along with a founding team created GILT as an invitation-only site for coveted women’s apparel and accessories.  Today, GILT has millions of members and has added business lines in home; children; men’s apparel and gear (GiltMAN); and local services and experiences (Gilt City), and has founded the leading flash-sale site in Japan (Gilt Japan). It is one of the largest internet companies ever created in NYC.

 

Kevin is one of the leading Internet entrepreneurs in the United States having founded and is Chairman of several New York-based businesses, including GILT, Business Insider, MongoDB and Zola.  Kevin helped build DoubleClick from 1996 to 2005, first as President and later as CEO.  He led DoubleClick’s growth from a 20-person startup to a publicly traded global leader with over 1,500 employees.

 

Currently, Kevin serves on the board of Yale Corporation and Human Rights Watch, is Vice Chairman of The Partnership for New York City, and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.  He holds a B.A. from Yale University and an M.B.A. from INSEAD.

Keni Sabath

Center for Teaching and LearningKeni Sabath works with the Faculty Teaching ​Initiatives ​Team at the Yale Center for Teaching and Learning as part of the Yale Woodbridge Fellowship program. She studies pedagogical issues in higher education and strategizes ways to strengthen teaching culture at Yale. Her primary duties include (1) researching and writing documents for faculty regarding higher education pedagogy, policy, and practice; (2) organizing and analyzing observational data on classroom dynamics and teaching practices at Yale; and (3) conducting small group discussions with undergraduate students to assess teaching and to provide faculty with constructive feedback. As an undergraduate, Keni worked on the Executive Board of the Yale Women’s Center (the campus’ umbrella feminist organization) and served as President of Global Zero (an international nuclear disarmament advocacy group). In May 2016, Keni graduated ​from ​Yale College as a double-major in American Studies and Political Science. Email Keni Sabath

Larry Samuelson

Economics

Eric Sargis

Physical Anthropology

Eric J. Sargis is a Professor of Anthropology, with secondary appointments in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology as well as the School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.  He is also Curator of Mammalogy and Vertebrate Paleontology at the Peabody Museum of Natural History.

His interests include the origin and early evolution of primates, and the functional morphology and systematics of treeshrews (Scandentia), plesiadapiforms (Primates), and Old World monkeys (Primates, Cercopithecidae). He recently published an edited book, Mammalian Evolutionary Morphology: A Tribute to Frederick S. Szalay. He has conducted fieldwork in Cambodia, Malaysia, Indonesia, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Madagascar, Ethiopia, Alaska, Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota, and Florida. He is also a Series Editor for the Vertebrate Paleobiology and Paleoanthropology book series.

Jane Savage

Senior Director, Yale Best Practices and LaborEmail Jane Savage

Charles Schmuttenmaer

Chemistry

John Schowalter

Child Study Center

Andrew Shimp

Librarian

I am a librarian in the engineering and sciences at Yale supporting the School of Engineering & Applied Science and the Chemistry and Mathematics Departments.  As a library liaison I am committed to user-centered services and have built relationships through individual reference interactions, research consultations, and instruction. I have expanded my skills to support reference management systems such as EndNote. I am currently engaged in new opportunities for outreach to entrepreneurial programs including teaching workshops for undergraduate and graduate members of the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute Summer Fellowship Program and the Center for Engineering Innovation and Design. I have co-organized library programming in the Center for Language Study’s summer session for new international students and developed workshops for the Yale Young Global Scholars Program.

In addition to being employed as a science librarian, I have an academic background in the humanities with an undergraduate degree in History and a minor in Art. I recently served as a judge for senior essays in the humanities submitted for Manuscripts & Archives prizes. My interests include studying and collecting American art, particularly related to printmaking. I also enjoy hiking especially in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.

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Stefan Simon

Preservation Cultural Heritage

Stefan Simon is a conservation scientist with broad experience in scientific research and multilateral project coordination. He has specialized in material deterioration diagnostics, microanalytics, non-destructive testing, physico-chemical analysis and climatology. Other areas of specialization include the testing and evaluation of conservation products and the control of treatment efficacy and durability.

He is the founder and director of the private laboratory KDC Konservierung & Denkmalpflege Cons. in Olching (Germany) since 1993, he is teaching conservation science at Munich Technical University since 1998. From 2001-2005 Stefan Simon was heading the “Building Materials” section at the Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles, before being appointed Director of the Rathgen Research Laboratory at the National Museums, Berlin in February 2005.

Stefan Simon was elected member (2005-2013) and Vice President for Finance and Administration of ICCROM Council (2009-2011). Since 2008 he is President of the ICOMOS International Scientific Committee Stone (ISCS) and since 2012 corresponding member of the German Archaeological Institute (DAI). Since 2009 he is Honorary Professor at X´ian Jiaotong University (PR China), since 2013 also at Technical University Berlin. On April 1st, 2014, he was appointed Inaugural Director of Yale´s new Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage (IPCH) at West Campus, overseeing its scientific, digital and conservation departments and programs.

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Gurbakhshash Singh

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