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Joliana Yee

Assistant Dean, Director Asian American Cultural Center

Joliana Yee’s tenure as Director of the Asian American Cultural Center at Yale began in January 2018. Prior to joining the AACC staff, Dean Yee served as a Residence Hall Director at the University of Connecticut for four years where she worked closely with campus partners to create an inclusive and equitable living and learning environment. Dean Yee’s dedication to serving Asian/Asian American students and striving for social justice stems from her re-racialization experiences as an Asian international undergraduate student at Miami University over a decade ago. Born and raised in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Dean Yee is a first-generation college student who earned her M.S.Ed. in Higher Education and Student Affairs from Indiana University and her B.A. in Economics and Political Science from Miami University. Dean Yee is also currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Higher Education from Loyola University Chicago. Her dissertation focuses on highlighting student affairs practice that cultivates the critical consciousness development of Asian/Asian American college students.

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Calvin Yu

Center for International and Professional ExperienceCalvin is Deputy Director of the Center for International and Professional Experience (CIPE), and the Director of the Yale Visiting International Student Program. He supports the academic mission of Yale University with evidence-informed decision making, data analytics, and outcomes assessment. He previously served as an administrator with the United Nations University, a diplomat in the US State Department, and is an Army veteran. His professional postings have included Liberia, Germany, Afghanistan, and China.Email Calvin Yu

Raphaella Zanuttini


Raffaella Zanuttini’s interest in linguistics arises from the fact that it studies a component of human nature with methods that approach scientific rigor. She  feels privileged to study an aspect of the human mind that is still largely mysterious, the knowledge of language, and enjoy the challenge of trying to model it using a theoretical framework that is still developing, the generative framework.