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Assistant Professor, Department of Music
Rebekah Ahrendt (BM/BA, San Jose State University; MA/PhD UC Berkeley) is Assistant Professor of Music History. She specializes in music of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, with a focus on the history of opera, music and diplomacy, musical migrants, and performance practices. Her edited collection, Music and Diplomacy from the Early Modern Era to the Present, will appear with Palgrave Macmillan in December 2014. This will be a welcome addition to the syllabus for her Freshman Seminar, “Music and Diplomacy from Castiglione to Condoleeza,” taught in the Spring.
Professor Ahrendt is also a performing musician. She discovered her instrument, the viola da gamba, by accident as an undergraduate, and went on to study at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague in the Netherlands. Recently, she has concertized in Germany and the Netherlands and recorded for Olde Focus Recordings and MSR Classics. In New Haven, she may often be heard with the Elm City Consort.
Prof. Ahrendt pursues music, performance, representation, and educational opportunity.
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Mary Alice Lee
Senior Policy Fellow
Mary Alice Lee is a member of the faculty of the Yale University School of Public Health. She is a Senior Policy Fellow with Connecticut Voices for Children, a non-profit organization that conducts research and public policy analysis to promote the well-being of Connecticut’s children, youth, and families. Dr. Lee also directs state-funded independent monitoring of enrollment trends and children’s health services in Connecticut’s HUSKY Program (Medicaid and CHIP).
Dr. Lee’s attention is on health of women and children, publicly-financed health insurance, the uninsured, and the implementation of Affordable Care Act.
Frederick L. Altice
Professor of Medicine, Epidemiology and Public Health
Frederick Altice, M.D., M.A., is board-certified in both Infectious Diseases and Addiction Medicine and is Director of Clinical and Community Research, the Community Health Care Van, the HIV in Prisons Program. Professor Altice is also a Senior Investigator at the Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS (CIRA) and the Global Health Initiative.
Prof. Altice is interested in the interface of infectious diseases and substance use disorders, including clinical trials, intervention science development, cohort studies and implementation science, primarily in low and middle income international settings. He is interested in advising and interacting with students interested in global health, health disparities, vulnerable populations such as people who inject drugs, men who have sex with men, female sex workers and criminal justice populations.
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Emeritus Professor of Sociology
Wendell Bell served three years as a naval aviator with a tour of duty in the Philippines during World War II.
After receiving his PhD from UCLA, he taught at Stanford, Northwestern, and then UCLA where he directed the West Indies Study Program, he joined the Yale faculty and was appointed a Fellow of Morse College in 1963. He served as Chair of the Department of Sociology, co-founded the Program of African American Studies, and directed the Comparative Sociology Training Program. He retired in 1995.
Prof. Bell continues his deep interest in ethnicity and race relations, social change and the future, the sociology of the future, human values and the nature of the good society, nationalism and the new states, inequality and social justice.
Research Scientist, Schlumberger Oilfield Services
Nicholas Bennett received his BA in Mathematics from the University of the South (1991), and his PhD, also in Mathematics, from Yale (1997). His interests have always involved applied math in one form or another. Beyond the training he received at Sewanee and at Yale, Professor Bennett feels the most important formative influences on his career were a semester study abroad experience at Budapest Semesters in Mathematics, summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) at the University of Tennessee, two summer internships in the Director’s Summer Program at the National Security Agency, and the two summer internships at Schlumberger. The latter paved the way for his current employment as Research Scientist for Schlumberger.
Prof. Bennett’s work is quite interdisciplinary (math, acoustics, electromagnetics, geology, computer science) and so requires considerable technical collaborations. An important skill he has developed over the years, and recommends to others, is to learn how to present very technical work to a general audience. He is happy to discuss his public speaking techniques.
Senior Research Scientist and Lecturer of Mechanical Engineering
Beth Bennett graduated from Yale (Morse Class of 1991) with a double major in Mechanical Engineering and Applied Math. She has stayed at Yale ever since, earning her Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering in 1997 and subsequently rising through the research ranks to her current position of Senior Research Scientist and Lecturer. Dr. Bennett’s research focuses on efficient numerical modeling of flames, and she teaches two engineering courses on numerical methods. She is also the enthusiastic faculty advisor for three engineering student organizations: ASME, SWE, and Tau Beta Pi (National Engineering Honor Society).
In her spare time, Dr. Bennett reads mysteries and spy novels, and she and her husband enjoy renovating their home, which is a never-ending source of interesting DIY projects.
Dr. Bennett would be happy to discuss Yale’s engineering and applied math programs, what engineering research involves (i.e., what to expect if you are doing a semester or a summer of research), and what to expect when applying to and attending engineering grad school. Conversations about what Morse was like 25 years ago are also welcome!
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Henry Bolanos, retired VP of R&D for US Surgical Corporation, is named on Over 120 US patents in the Surgical and other Fields. He was responsible for the creation of state of the art surgical instruments: Endoscopic Clip Appliers and Endoscopic GIA devices used in Laparoscopic Surgery. He has a BSME from CCNY, and a Masters in Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology.
William Boos completed his MS at MIT and continued there to get his PhD in Atmospheric Science (2008.) He is now an Assistant Professor of Geology and Geophysics at Yale. Professor Boos’ research focuses on the fluid dynamics of Earth’s tropical atmosphere. One emphasis is monsoon circulations, which deliver water to billions of people in socially vulnerable, agricultural economies. Despite the importance of monsoon rainfall, there is no established theory that explains the observed variability of monsoons, and climate models make disparate predictions for next-century changes in monsoon rainfall. In his work, he combines theory, observational analyses, and numerical models.
Prof. Boos focuses his time on climate dynamics and societal impacts.
Assistant Professor, Slavic Department
Marijeta Bozovic is Assistant Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures at Yale University. She recently completed work on a monograph based on her dissertation, From Onegin to Ada: Nabokov’s Canon. She was a principal organizer for the Black and Blue Danube Symposium at Colgate University in March 2013 and the international conference Legacies of the Russian Avant-Garde at Columbia University in February 2012. Professor Bozovic is a founding member of the Central New York Mellon Humanities Corridor working group “Legacies of the Second World” and a participant in the Digital Mnemonics in Slavic Studies 2013 spring school in Freising, Germany. She is working on a book project on post-Soviet and post-Yugoslav literature and culture.
Prof. Bozovic is focused on twentieth and twenty-first-century Russian poetry, Russian and Balkan avant-gardes, diasporas and transnational culture, translation and adaptation across media, and the poetics and politics of the Danube river.
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Prof Emerita, SCSU
Shulamith Chernoff received her joint Masters’ in Child Development and Early Childhood Education from the Jewish Theological Seminary. For thirty years she has taught and mentored teachers, and taught and directed in early childhood centers. Now retired, she has published a book of poetry, and has also translated Holocaust survivors’ memoirs.
Prof. Chernoff is interested in speaking with minority students and students who come from less affluent neighborhoods. She would like to connect with students from those backgrounds, and those who are first generation college students who seek advice and support.