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William Boughton

Yale Symphony Orchestra

William Boughton was born into a musical family. His grandfather was a composer, his father a professional viola player, and his mother a vocalist. After studying cello at the New England Conservatory, Guildhall School of Music, and Prague Academy, he entered the profession in London, playing with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and London Sinfonietta and for the BBC.

Playing in orchestras led Boughton to discover his passion for conducting, which he pursued in studies with George Hurst and Sir Colin Davis. Boughton formed the English Symphony Orchestra in 1980, commissioned 21 new works and made 80 recordings many of which reached the Top 10 in the Billboard Charts. He was also Principal Conductor of the Jyvaskyla Sinfonia in Finland and has conducted orchestras from San Francisco to St Petersburg and from 2007 -2019 Boughton was the 10th Music Director of the New Haven Symphony Orchestra with whom he twice earned an ASCAP Award for Adventurous Programming in 2011 and 2014.

At Yale, Boughton teaches graduate-level classes in Score Reading and Analysis and a combined Undergraduate/Graduate class in Conducting. He is the Music Director of the undergraduate Yale Symphony Orchestra.

He is currently researching for a book on the Life and Music of the English composer Nicholas Maw, who was a visiting Professor of Music at Yale in 1984 and 89.

Awards: Gramophone Magazine Critic’s Choice for recording of Walton’s Violin Concerto and First Symphony with NHSO (2010), ASCAP Award for Adventurous Programming with NHSO (2011 & 2014), Yale School of Music – Cultural Leadership Citation, Distinguished Contribution to Music (2019).

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Susan Brady

Retired, Beinecke Library

Susan Brady has been an archivist and librarian at Yale for over 25 years, and currently is an archivist at the Beinecke Library. Specializing in performing arts archives, she processes (catalogs) archival collections and assists readers in identifying materials related to their research topics. She serves as a Personal Librarian to Trumbull College freshmen and sophomores. Originally from Austin, Texas, Susan has undergraduate and graduate degrees in Theater, and a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science from the University of Texas at Austin. Susan loves to travel, hike, and attend theater, dance, and music performances. She is a yoga practitioner and teacher.

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William Brainard

Emeritus, Economics

Emma Brennan-Wydra

Child Study CenterEmail Emma Brennan-Wydra

Tracy Brent

Tracy Brent Collections

Victoria Brescoll

School of Mangement

Victoria Brescoll’s research focuses on the impact of stereotypes on individuals’ status and power within organizations, particularly for individuals who violate gender stereotypes. Her study “Can an Angry Woman Get Ahead? Gender, Status Conferral, and Workplace Emotion Expression,” published in Psychological Science, concluded that people reward men who get angry but view angry women as incompetent and unworthy of status and power in the workplace. The research was widely reported on in the popular press including the New York Times, Business Week, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, National Public Radio, and U.S. News & World Report.

Additionally, Professor Brescoll examines how having power may differentially affect men and women’s behavior at work. In 2012, she published a paper in Administrative Science Quarterly, “Who Takes the Floor and Why: Gender, Power, and Volubility in Organizations,” showing that, for men, there is a strong relationship between having power and talking a lot in organizational settings (e.g., the United States Senate), but for women, there is no such relationship. Her other research interests include the cultural origins of stereotypes (e.g. the media), corporate social responsibility, and framing messages to improve health policy.

She received her MS, MPhil, and PhD in social psychology from Yale University where she was supported by a graduate research fellowship from the National Science Foundation. She completed her BA in psychology from the University of Michigan. In 2004, Professor Brescoll worked in the office of Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton under a Congressional Fellowship. 

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Cynthia Brill

Brill Journalism Enterprises

Cynthia Brill came to Yale the first year that women undergraduates were admitted and graduated with a B.A. in Political Science in 1972. She worked briefly for the Mayor’s Office for The City of New York and then obtained a law degree (J.D.) from N.Y.U. in 1977. She practiced law as a commercial litigator for 5 years, before joining her husband in running The American Lawyer and Court TV as General Counsel. Since then, Cynthia has served as General Counsel in a variety of media businesses; the most recent is Journalism Online, which is a company providing software as a service to newspaper companies.

With her husband Steven Brill (Yale College 1972; Yale Law School 1975) they have endowed the Yale Journalism Initiative, which provides an infrastructure of courses and professional assistance for students interested in pursuing careers in journalism.
They have three children, two of whom graduated from Yale College( in 2007 and 2010); our 2007 graduate also received a law degree from Yale Law School in 2011.

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Nancy Brown

School of Medicine

Dr. Brown graduated from Yale College, where she majored in molecular biophysics and biochemistry. She earned her medical degree from Harvard University. She completed internship and residency programs in medicine at Vanderbilt University, where she also did a fellowship in clinical pharmacology. Dr. Brown joined the faculty of Vanderbilt in 1992 and held a number of leadership positions, serving as chief of the Division of Clinical Pharmacology, associate dean for clinical and translational scientist development, and Robert H. Williams professor before becoming the Hugh J. Morgan Chair of Medicine and physician-in-chief of Vanderbilt University Hospital in 2010.

In 2020, she became Jean and David W. Wallace Dean of Medicine and C.N.H. Long Professor of Internal Medicine at Yale School of Medicine. Dr. Brown has long been committed to medical education and mentorship. At Vanderbilt, she established the Elliot Newman Society to support the development of physician-scientists and co-founded the Vanderbilt Master of Science in Clinical Investigation program. Her research has defined the molecular mechanisms through which commonly prescribed blood pressure and diabetes drugs affect the risk of cardiovascular and kidney disease. In her clinical practice, she has treated patients with resistant and secondary forms of hypertension. Dr. Brown has served as a member of the NIH National Advisory Research Resources Council and the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Advisory Council. She was president of the Association of Professors of Medicine. Her numerous awards include election to the American Society for Clinical Investigation, the Association of American Physicians, and the National Academy of Medicine. In 2019, she was elected a Master of the American College of Physicians.

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Bill Brown

Digital Marketing and Graphic Design

Theresa Bryant

Attorney/Law Career Counselor/Law Asso ProfessorEmail Theresa Bryant

Peter Burrow

Xebec Global Corporation

Mark Cappello

Director Facilities, ChoateEmail Mark Cappello

Janice Carlisle

English

Janice Carlisle has published books on Victorian fiction and John Stuart Mill and, most recently, Common Scents: Comparative Encounters in High-Victorian Fiction, as well as editions of Dickens’s Great Expectations and a collection of essays on narrative. Picturing Reform in Victorian Britain is forthcoming from Cambridge University Press. A study of art and politics from the 1830s to the 1860s, it treats the wood engravings of illustrated journalism in their relation to extensions of the franchise.  She particularly enjoys teaching interdisciplinary approaches to Victorian fiction in general and Dickens in particular.

Andrew Casson

Math

Michael Cavanagh

CFO Comcast Corp., Yale Trustee

Taranpreet Chandhoke

Orthodontics

: Dr. Taranpreet (Preeti) K. Chandhoke received her DMD and PhD in Skeletal, Craniofacial and Oral Biology from the University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine in 2008. She completed her specialty training in Orthodontics from the University of Connecticut and has served on the faculty in the Division of Orthodontics since 2011. Dr. Chandhoke has conducted research on the areas of accelerating orthodontic treatment and on impacted teeth.  She has authored and co-authored a number of articles in the area of bone biology and on topics pertaining to clinical orthodontics. Dr. Chandhoke practices orthodontics in Massachusetts and Connecticut.

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Surjit Chandhoke

Dean, Trumbull CollegeEmail Surjit Chandhoke

Margaret Clark

Psychology; Head of College

Professor Margaret Clark, Ph.D. (margaret.clark@yale.edu) is the Head of Trumbull College and a faculty member in the psychology department of Yale College and Yale Graduate School.  Her research focuses on the nature of emotion, its social functions, and processes that characterize well (and poorly) functioning close relationships. She is president elect of the Society of Experimental Social Psychology, an advisor to the Swiss National Science Foundation and Israel’s Bi-national science foundation, and a senior editor of Psychological Science.  At Yale she teaches courses on emotions and relationships and welcomes undergraduates who wish to become involved in research in her lab.  She also serves on a number of committees for the university and as the Graduate Vice President of Yale’s chapter of Phi Beta Kappa.  She lives in Trumbull College with her husband, Fred Polner. Their children Elizabeth and Michael who are currently in graduate school join them in the Master’s house during vacations.  In Trumbull Margaret serves as the freshman adviser for those students interested in psychology and enjoys interacting with all Trumbull students and supporting them in reaching their goals.

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Robert Clark

Business

Paul Cleary

School of Public Health

Paul Cleary is the Dean of Public Health and the Anna M.R. Lauder Professor of Public Health. He is a member of the U.S. Institute of Medicine (IOM), the Connecticut Academy for Science and Engineering, a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and a distinguished fellow of the Association for Health Services Research.

His research focuses on how to assess the quality of health care and how organizational and clinician characteristics affect the costs and quality of medical care. He is Principal Investigator of one of the Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS) projects funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) and is Principal Investigator and Director of the Yale Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS (CIRA). He has published more than 300 journal articles and book chapters describing his research.

His hobbies include flying, golf, bike riding, and skiing.

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