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Ann Kurth

Dean, School of NursingAnn Kurth, PhD, CNM, FAAN is Dean, and Linda Koch Lorimer Professor, Yale University School of Nursing. Dr. Kurth is a member of the National Academy of Medicine, the CT Academy of Science and Engineering, and the US Preventive Services Task Force, which sets US screening and primary care prevention guidelines. An epidemiologist and clinically-trained nurse-midwife, Dr. Kurth’s research focuses on HIV/reproductive health and global health system strengthening. Her work has been funded by NIH (NIAID, NIDA, NIMH, NICHD), Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, UNAIDS, CDC, HRSA, and others, for studies conducted in the US and internationally. Dr. Kurth has published 185 peer-reviewed articles, book chapters, and scholarly monographs and presented at hundreds of scientific conferences and invited talks. She has received awards for her science and leadership including the FNINR Ada Sue Hinshaw Research Award and the Int’l Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame award, STTI.Email Ann Kurth

Albert Laguna

Ethnicity Race & MigrationAlbert Sergio Laguna is Associate Professor of Ethnicity, Race & Migration and American Studies at Yale University. His research and teaching interests include transnational Latinx literatures and cultures, comparative ethnic studies, performance studies, and popular culture studies. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Latino Studies, The Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies, Latin American Research Review, Contemporary Literature, Cultural Critique, Diario de Cuba, The Miami Herald, The Washington Post, and on CNN.com. His article, “Aquí Está Alvarez Guedes: Cuban Choteo and the Politics of Play,” won the 2012 Article Award from the Latina/o Studies Section of the Latin American Studies Association. An article on radio in Cuban Miami received “Honorable Mention” for the Jack Rosenbalm Prize from the American Humor Studies Association. Laguna’s first book, Diversión: Play and Popular Culture in Cuban America, won the 2018 Robert K. Martin Prize for Best Book from the Canadian American Studies Association, the 2018 Peter C. Rollins Book Prize from the Northeast Popular/American Culture Association, and received “Honorable Mention” from the Latina/o Studies Section of the Latin American Studies Association in 2019. An article from his current book project, “Edgardo Vega Yunqué and the Comedy of Race,” was awarded the L.S. Dembo Prize from Contemporary Literature for best article published in that journal in 2018.Email Albert Laguna

James Lai

School of MedicineEmail James Lai

Fred Lawrence

Law

Frederick M. Lawrence (b. 1955) is an American lawyer, civil rights scholar, and president of Brandeis University. Lawrence graduated from Williams College Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude in 1977, winning the William Branford Turner Prize, the college’s highest honor, and Yale Law School where he was an Editor of the Yale Law Journal in 1980.

He clerked for the Honorable Amalya L. Kearse on the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit from 1980-81. After two years as an associate at Kramer, Levin, Nessin, Kamin, and Sol, Lawrence served as an Assistant United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York from 1983-88, service as the Chief of the Civil Rights Unit of that office. He served under United States Attorneys John S. Martin, Jr., and Rudolph W. Giuliani.

Lawrence joined the faculty of Boston University School of Law in 1988, becoming a full professor in 1994 and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in 1996. He taught courses on Criminal Law, Civil Procedure and Civil Rights Crimes, winning the Metcalf Award in Teaching, the university’s highest award for teaching. Lawrence publishes widely on criminal civil rights and free expression and is the author of Punishing Hate: Bias Crimes Under American Law (Harvard University Press 1999). Lawrence was named was Dean and Robert Kramer Research Professor of Law at George Washington University Law School from 2005 to 2010. During his time at GW Law, Lawrence recruited the strongest classes in the school’s history, and his five years as dean were five of the six highest fund-raising years in the school’s history.

Lawrence became the eighth president of Brandeis University on January 1, 2011, serving five academic years. Lawrence’s signature achievement upon arriving at Brandeis was to secure the Rose Art Museum, hiring its director Christopher Bedford and rebuilding its Board of Overseers. Other achievements made during his administration include raising over $250 million, increasing the endowment by nearly 30%, and increasing applications by over 35%, to an all-time high.

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Kathy Lawrence

Margaret Lee

Former Dean's Assistant

Thomas Lentz

Emeritus, Cell Biology

Pauline LeVen

Classics

Pauline LeVen was born in Monaco and raised in France, and studied at the Ecole Normale Supérieure (Paris), the Sorbonne and Princeton University, and earned a joint PhD from both in 2008. She was a Fulbright student in 2001–02 and the Phi Beta Kappa Sibley Fellow in Greek Studies in 2007–08.

Naomi Levine

EnglishEmail Naomi Levine

Gilbert Levine

Music Director

Alan Liu

Yale Investments OfficeA proud Trumbull alumnus, Alan Liu graduated from Yale College in 2021 with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Mathematics. He now works for the Yale Investments Office. In his free time, Alan enjoys reading, running, and exploring new places around Connecticut.Email Alan Liu

Jane Livingston

Senior Director, Yale ITEmail Jane Livingston

Anne-Marie Logan

Reference Librarian

Darcy Lowell

Pediatrics, Child Study Center

James Lu

AYA, Board of Governors

Ramsay MacMullen

Emeritus, History; past-president Assoc. of Ancient Historians

Ramsay MacMullen, a New Yorker to begin with, then away for an education to a PhD (all told, nine years at Harvard); teaching at Oregon, then Brandeis, then Yale (1967-; retired 1993); Master of Calhoun College 1984-90. Enjoyed intramurals as a Fellow, then as a Master, for ca. 8 seasons, never scored but never scored ONE when on the ice. A naturally defensive personality. Books on early 19th c. US women’s history; books on philosophy, sort of; also on religious history in Antiquity; and on social history.

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Matthew Makomenaw

Native American Cultural Center

Matthew Makomenaw, is the Assistant Dean of Yale College and Director of the Native American Cultural Center. Matthew earned three degrees from Michigan State University: his Bachelor of Arts, in Psychology; his Master of Arts, in Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education-Student Affairs; and his Ph.D., in Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education. His dissertation focused on tribal college transfer student success at four-year Institutions. Over the course of his career, he has created and supported programs to help Native and Indigenous students make the transition to and thrive in college - including summer bridge programs, college access initiatives, pow wows, tribal outreach and student retention and success.

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Angie Makomenaw

Yale College Student Support Counselor

Angie Makomenaw has spent over 19 years in advocacy related fields starting her career as a victim witness specialist with the 18th Judicial District Attorney’s Office of Colorado handling felony level cases. From there she worked for her tribe, Saginaw Chippewa, establishing and creating a comprehensive domestic violence program. Afterward her path lead her to the University of Utah and University of Northern Colorado to establish and support advocacy and prevention education programs. In her free time, Angie enjoys watching high levels of television with her family and enjoying views of the beautiful outdoors from the indoors.

Gregory Margulis

Math

William Massa

Retired Head of Collection Development, Manuscripts & Archives

Bill Massa’s primary prior work experience was at the Smithsonian Institution Archives in Washington, DC, from 1977 to 1988 when he moved to Yale.  He works in Manuscripts and Archives, Sterling Memorial Library, most recently as Head of Collection Development (working with donors to acquire manuscript collections based on our collecting criteria).  He also spends a fair amount of time with researchers, including undergraduates, who are in need of primary source materials for an academic assignment, a student publication, or a major writing project such as a dissertation or monograph. 

As a Trumbull College Fellow, he has been advising freshmen since the late 1990s. This has truly been the most fulfilling part of his life at Yale; he enjoys getting to know not only the advisees assigned to him, and through them, their friends.  He also serves as a Personal Librarian to about 35 Trumbull freshmen and sophomores each year.

His primary academic interest is Yale history, but he has gained a wide knowledge of primary sources at Yale and searching for related materials beyond Yale. 

Outside of Yale, he enjoys hiking, snowshoeing (bring on the snow and lots of it!), and collecting early (mid-18th to about the 1820s) American domestic lighting devices.

BA, Elizabethtown College; MA, University of Wisconsin, Madison

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