Links to Yale70 People

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Find some fresh ones and send them to John Boak.

Gregory B. Abbott

A member of the board of of directors of Xencor, Mr. Abbott joined Xencor’s Board of Directors in June 2002. Mr. Abbott’s career in the biotechnology industry spans 20 years.

Joseph W. Ambash

Partner in the Boston office of Weyfarth Shaw, practicing in the area of labor and employment law.

Joaquin Avila

Our only Macarthur fellow (’96) turns up on a photographer’s page. For more on him, click on this link to a Legal Foundation award intro or this Calif. State Bar ward press release.

Steven J. Bachrach

Division Chief, Department of Pediatrics, Division of General Pediatrics, Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children – Wilmington, DE

Tim Bates

Assists clients in meeting requirements for land development, particularly planning, zoning, and wetlands regulations.

Michael Angelo Baris

The Museum Without Walls: a wonderful museum on Facebook

Robert D. Batey

Professor, Stetson University College of Law

David Beckman

David is president of Bread for the World.

Rick Blum —WHICH DOCTOR, our NE Pennsylvania based oldies band, available in a 2-3 hour radius around NE PA, including NYC and Philadelphia.

Neil Blumberg

Professor of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine University of Rochester School of Medicine

John Boak

Etsy Boakart  — My Etsy store. Currently showing all my Colorado & Utah Notecards

CODAworx — Collaborative projects, art in architecture. — Oil paintings, sculpture, and other art and design

wrapartist — Blog on wrapping presents with things other than brand-new wrapping paper

cabin craft — How-to site about our cabin in the mountains — Colorado Yale Association

yalegale — Yale Global Alumni Leadership Exchange: this website was designed by John and conceived and edited by Ben Slotznick

John R. Bolton

John Bolton was nominated as U.S. Ambassador the United Nations in March of 2005. Was sworn in as Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security on May 11, 2001.

Chuck Calhoun

Department of History, East Carolina University

Paul E. Ceruzzi — Curator of Aerospace Electronics and Computing at the Smithsonian

Tom Chakas

The idea of garden ornaments fashioned out of rebar grew out of the need for a trellis on a blank stucco wall in a garden that I was creating.

Jim Conroy

The Center for Outcome Analysis, Inc. is a non-profit firm founded in 1985 to perform evaluation, research, and demonstration projects in the human services and health care services.

Conrad Cummings

Conrad composes opera, symphonic music, chamber music, and music for his ensemble of amplified instruments and voices.

Reid Detchon

Executive Director of the Energy Future Coalition, a broad-based, nonpartisan alliance that seeks to bridge the differences among business, labor, and environmental groups and identify energy policy options with broad political support.

Bryan DiSalvatore

Interview of Bryan as movie reviewer Cine-Man, in the Missoulian, 8/5/02. Tracking the elusive Western Shoe Tree Outside, 5/01. Another article, about a magazine, Mountainfreak, in Outside, 5/00. And his book, A Clever Base-Ballist: The Life and Times of John Montgomery Ward.

Anthony R. Dolan

A list of things he wrote, in the Reagan library

Hassan Ali El-Amin (formerly: Vernon Jones)

Associate Judge, District Court of Maryland, District 5, Prince George’s County

Steve Estvanik

Cascoly Travel: Turkey, China, Egypt, more. Also royalty-free clipart, puzzles and screensavers.

Lawrence Eyre

Lawrence Eyre is the director of tennis, social studies teacher and department chairman at the Maharishi School in Fairfield, Iowa.

James Fishkin

Director of the Center for Deliberative Democracy at Stanford where I hold the Janet M. Peck Chair in International Communication. Here’s a link from a May 2015  story on Morning Edition about my Deliberative Democracy in Africa, giving a summary what he’s been up to.

Shelley Fisher Fishkin

An interview of this member of our class by David Gergen on the subject of Mark Twain.

Jerry Ganzfried

A veteran appellate lawyer, he chairs the Supreme Court and Appellate Practice Group at Howrey, Simon, Arnold & White in Washington DC.

Ira Gladnick

Information Systems Manger, Campus Learning Assistance Services, University of California, Santa Barbara

Ian Glenday

is an Associate Partner at Federal City Capital Advisors working in structured trade finance and advisory services. He also is a director of Friends of South African Schools, supporting academically gifted but economically disadvantaged schoolchildren in South Africa.

Rick Gold — Writing by teens in jail, on the streets, leading difficult lives

Byron Gross

Works in the areas of Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement, and other healthcare related regulatory matters.

R. Kent Guy

Associate Professor, Department of History and Jackson School of International Studies.

Chris Harding

Former chronicler of the Men’s movement, still heads up the semiannual Massachusetts Men’s Gathering .

Randy Helm

Appointed President of Muhlenberg College in Allentown PA

Bart Hobson

Bart is an MD, urgent care and emergency medicine, at Marshfield Clinic in Weston and Wasau, Wisconsin

William D. Ivers

Clubessential creates web applications integrating communication systems to enhance the traditions, interactions and sense of community of organizations such as clubs, associations and work groups.

Vernon Jones (current name: Hassan Ali El-Amin)

Associate Judge, District Court of Maryland, District 5, Prince George’s County

Rashid Khalidi

Professor of Middle East History in the Depts. of Near East Languages & Civilizations and History, and Director of the Center for International Studies, at the University of Chicago.

Rodger Kamenetz

poet, essayist, and religious thinker, lives in New Orleans and is a Professor of English & Religious Studies at LSU in Baton Rouge

Michael Kane

Michael Kane is the executive director of the National Alliance for HUD Tenants. His papershave been donated to the University of Massachusetts/Boston Archives.

Ed Landler

The definitive feature-length documentary on the Watts Towers. Here’s an interview.

Jonathan Lear

An interview with Professor Lear in the University of Chicago Chronicle

Mark Levy

Writing, editing, desktop & online publishing

Howard G. Liang

Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery, NYU School of Medecine

Tom Linden

Professor of Medical Journalism in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the UNC at Chapel Hill.

Host and Executive producer of a television documentary profiling North Carolina environmental heroes

Charles Lipson — Teaching international politics at the University of Chicago.

Bill Littlefield

A new book, The Circus in the Woods, Houghton Mifflin, ISBN: 061806642X, Ages 10-up.

Alexander M. McNeil

Link to a page of Yale70 era graphic memorabilia and a link to the 1970 “Old Campus” directory.

Perry Meisel

NYU Faculty listing

Carlos R. Moreno

Justice Carlos R. Moreno was sworn in as an associate justice of the Supreme Court of California on October 18, 2001. In November 2002, he was elected to serve the remainder of his predecessor’s term.

Stephen Morris and

Clyde Murphy

A message from the Executive Director, Chicago Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, Inc.

Jack Perkowski

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of ASIMCO, which manufactures products in China , primarily for the motor vehicle industry in China but increasingly for export, mainly to the US.

Charles Pillsbury

Executive Director at Community Mediation, Inc. in New Haven. Community Mediation, Inc. (CM) is the oldest community-based mediation program in Connecticut and provides mediation and other conflict resolution services in the greater New Haven area and training throughout Connecticut.

Mark Pines

A member of the group, the Morning, Mark has pursued music, film and video: “I played guitar for Ray Manzarek of The Doors on his solo albums, along with Joe Walsh and Dick Wagner. I have been working for The Rolling Stones for the last 20 years and directed two MTV Music Videos for them (“Time Is On My Side,” “Tattoo You”). I created and am webmaster of a website for Ronnie Wood.”

David Quammen

Inventory for the David Quammen Papers at University of Texas

John Robb

World Vision is an international Christian humanitarian organization.

William A. Rossbach

Lawyer with Rossbach Hart Bechtold in Missoula, MT. Medical Negligence; Products Liability; Environmental Law; Toxic Torts; Railroads; Federal Employers Liability Act; Constitutional Law.

Robert Sampson

has an energy oriented health and wellness clinical practice called Evolutionary Medicine.

Howard Tinker Sawyer

The prospect of enjoying a residence near the Maine coast is alluring. Open Door Realty would like to help you realize your dream.

H. J. Schmidt — “Open (Source) your Windows® …by opening the door to Open Source.

Alan B. Sellers — Odyssey Venture Partners, venture capital along with Walter Schindler, ’73

Max Shapiro

Director of Training for the New England Society of Clinical Hypnosis

Ben Slotznick

Ben digitized some short video reminders of old times from Class’s 25th Reunion video tape. — Using electronic speech for productivity, accessibility and entertainment. — Osama Banana™ and the Talibananas. — Yale screensavers — Yale and Class of 70 multimedia

Jeff Stern

Managing Director of Forum Capital Partners

Kingman P. Strohl

Program Director of the Center for Sleep Education and Research

Brandon Tartikoff

The Two-Edged Legacy of Brandon Tartikoff, by The Vidiots, 8/29/97. Biography. Also, Brandon’s Grave

Paul Taylor

Paul is an ex-journalist who leads the Alliance for Better Campaigns.

Richard Thalheimer —All kinds of useful stuff. And here’s an article from Forbes.

Garry Trudeau —The Doonesbury Town Hall

Steve Wagenseil

“I am about to retire from the State Department and move to be First Deputy Director of ODIHR (Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights) in Warsaw.”

Tom Walker — The Living Theatre, founded in 1947, and still going strong in New York and Italy

Andy Weltchek

Of counsel doing commercial and residential real estate law and commercial litigation

Stephen C. West

Visit the Stephen C. West Ice Arena in Breckenridge Colorado

Joe Wheelwright

Sculpture of big stone heads, and wood people

John Whiston

Teaching Law at the University of Iowa

Bart Whiteman

Tennessee’s Upper Cumberland Plateau Region, November 22, 2003. Also go to Google News and type “Bart Whiteman” into the search box.

Woody Wilner

First verdict against the tobacco industry to be affirmed on appeal, involving both the Florida and the U. S. Supreme Courts.

Bob Witkowski — Political Commentary from former Arizona talk radio host. Also, check out his photo pages.

Norm Zamcheck

The Stormin’ Norman & Suzy Band

Mark Zanger —The American Ethnic Cookbook for Students. The only cookbook with 2-6 recipes from each of 122 American Ethnic Groups. American History Cookbook.

David Zincavage

He presently lives in the Bay Area and is a very active participant on our listserv.

Sites of Yale70 Peripheral People & Phenomena

(send your own suggestions)

William Sloane Coffin, Jr.

Our chaplain

A. Bartlett Giammatti

Taught us about the Blatant Beast in Spencer’s Faerie Queen. Later President of Yale and a baseball bigwig

Wavy Gravy

Dick Israel

Jewish chaplain at Yale during our years

Country Joe McDonald — of Country Joe and the Fish

Bobby Seale

Nude Freshman Posture Photos

We are the stuff of Urban Legend