Alumni Association Board
Meet the alumni volunteers who are promoting the interests of YSE alumni and the School.
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About the Alumni Association Board
The YSE Alumni Association promotes the interests of the Yale School of the Environment by through dynamic engagement that builds goodwill and strengthens communication among YSE faculty, students and alumni. They raise awareness of YSE’s mission of creating knowledge and leadership for a sustainable future by encouraging participation in events, volunteer involvement, and philanthropic commitment to the School.
Projects of the AAB include:
- Developing field-based and continued learning experiences for fellow alumni
- Supporting alumni and student diversity-focused initiatives
- Strengthening international alumni connections
- Guiding both the alumni award and student scholarship programs for the board
The AAB meets about once a month from September through June, usually by video call. Members also participate on committees addressing issues such as communications, awards planning, and promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion. Newly elected AAB members will begin serving a three-year term each October, and most serve two three-year terms. AAB members are expected to travel twice annually — back to New Haven each fall and to either New Haven or another location in the spring.
Alumni Association Roster
If you would like to connect with a member of the YSE Alumni Association Board, please email the YSE Office of Development and Alumni Services for contact info.
Mark is the Morris K. Jesup Professor of Silviculture and Forest Ecology and Director of School Forests. He conducts research on the biological and physical processes governing the regeneration of natural forests and on the creation of their agroforestry analogs.
Office of Development and Alumni Services
205 Prospect Street, 2nd Floor, Room 20
New Haven, CT 06511