Morse Fellows

Morse College is a vibrant community. We would love to count you among us. The Fellows meet a few times per semester at the Head of College’s house, to interact with friends from all parts of the University and from the broader community. Many play the role of Advisor for a student or two. We extend invitations to student functions such as performances and college-wide social events, welcome participation at intramural sports, provide dining privileges in the college at lunch or dinner, all so you can meet with students, faculty and friends. Please join us - we welcome you!

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Liz Wessoleck

Biography

Liz Wessoleck is former Sr. Administrative Assistant to the Head of College - Morse College. She has served as the same to the Head of College - Calhoun College, and prior to that as the Administrative Assistant to Dean of Branford College.

Interests:

Ms. Wessoleck pursues travel and is a former ex-pat who continues to be interested in living abroad.

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Werner P. Wolf

Raymond Wean Professor Emeritus of Engineering and Applied Science, Professor Emeritus of Physics

Biography

Werner Wolf was a Yale professor of Engineering and Applied Science and professor of Physics for 39 years, and retired in 2002. Before that he was at Oxford University for 14 years as an undergraduate, graduate student and as a faculty member. His research field was Condensed Matter Physics (Magnetic materials and low temperatures). Professor Wolf was very active chairman, DUS and DGS for many years and has insight into the differences between Engineering, Applied Physics and Physics. He is also happy to provide insight into the significant differences between studying at Yale and at Oxford.

Interests:

In the past, Prof. Wolf has discussed applications for Rhodes and Marshall Scholarships with students planning to study in the United Kingdom and would be pleased to do that again. He has also traveled extensively in Europe and many other parts of the world, and is always interested in hearing about travel plans. Closer to home he is interested in chamber music and operas.

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Martha Woodcock

Director of Development, Yale College and Special Initiatives

Biography

Martha Woodcock has been the Director of Development for Yale College and Special Initiatives since March 2012. She came to Yale in 2002 as a major gift officer in the Yale Development Office. Later she became a Deputy Director of Major Gifts in 2007, and then served as Senior Associate Director in Principal Gifts from 2010-2012. Prior to Yale,Ms. Woodcock was a consultant in the executive search industry, and served in development roles at the University of Pennsylvania and Drexel University. A Pennsylvania native, she received her BA in History from the University of Pennsylvania in 1995. She lives in North Haven with her husband Edward SOM ‘04, and daughter Catherine (age 2 ½).

Interests:

Ms. Woodcock has interests in philanthropy, instrumental music (clarinet, saxophone, baritone horn,) vocal music (alto,) theater arts, photography and American history.

Offers assistance in:

Career advising

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