Notes from Woodbridge Hall

President Salovey regularly shares his reflections and reports on his activities in this message to the Yale community. Subscribe to receive Notes from Woodbridge Hall by email.

April 7, 2014

Last night, Marta and I had the pleasure of attending the Broadway opening night of Will Eno’s “... more

March 24, 2014

When I was a student, many of my classmates would head off to a warmer place during spring break. This year, Marta and I spent the break meeting... more

March 3, 2014

In the remarks I made last October during the inauguration ceremonies—seems like ages ago!—I suggested that by continuing to harness technology,... more

February 17, 2014

In my last "Note from Woodbridge Hall," I wrote about participating in the White House Summit on College Opportunity. This event helped to place... more

February 3, 2014

Growing up in New Providence, New Jersey, my siblings and I had two childhood heroes: Carl Yastrzemski and Pete Seeger. Admiring a baseball player... more

January 20, 2014

Today, the memory of Martin Luther King Jr. inspires many on our campus to engage in acts of service and outreach. Yale community members will... more

January 6, 2014

Last week on New Year’s Day, Bruce Alexander, Marta, and I were privileged to attend the inauguration of the new team in New Haven’s City Hall. We... more

December 2, 2013

I have just returned from Thanksgiving break – although Marta and I stayed fairly close to home – as have most of you. I hope everyone is... more

November 18, 2013

A number of years ago, I had the privilege of traveling to the Philippines to collaborate on a psychological study concerning the stigma... more

November 6, 2013

I am pleased to offer my congratulations to our mayor-elect, Toni Harp ('78 MEnvD) and pledge on behalf of the Yale community to continue our... more

November 4, 2013

Earlier this semester, I noted a... more

October 21, 2013

For the past two weeks, I have been BIRGing. This term, from my field of social psychology, is based on the acronym for “basking in... more

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