Welcome to the YCSD
Since 1964 the Yale Club of San Diego has committed itself to bring together alumni, students, faculty, parents, and spouses of Yale College as well as the Graduate and Professional Schools. Come share the Boola Boola spirit to socialize, network, educate, and serve our community as members of Yale’s Finest Alumni in America’s Finest City.
I encourage all Yalies in the San Diego area to get involved. The YCSD is always looking for volunteers and ideas to make the Club a more rewarding experience for you. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jason P. Luján ’89
Come join the Yale Club of San Diego as we host a send-off picnic for Yale’s Class of 2022. Feast on champagne, cold chicken and caviar (well, maybe not all of those things), but definitely partake of the grilled food and company of Yalies old and new at Presidio Park in Mission Hills. Cost is free for students and family, $10 for alumni and their guests. Registration may be found below:
Come join the Yale Club of San Diego as we host a send-off picnic for Yale’s Class of 2022. Feast on champagne, cold chicken and caviar (well, maybe not all of those things), but definitely partake of the grilled food and company of Yalies old and new at Presidio Park in Mission Hills.
Cost is free for students and family, $10 for alumni and their guests.
Registration may be found below:
Yale Men’s HeavyWeight Crew Repeats IRA National Championship
Another strong showing and bragging rights with a fantastic finish to the season. Game highlights and details may be found HERE. Congrats Bulldogs!
Yale Men’s Lacrosse Wins NCAA Division I National Championship
A fitting cap to a fantastic season and Yale athletics history: the men’s lacrosse team defeated Duke to win the 2018 NCAA Division I championship—a first in program history! Game highlights and details may be found HERE. Congrats Bulldogs!
Alumni Fellow Nominations
FROM: Nancy Stratford ’77, Chair,
Association of Yale Alumni Board of Governors
Dear Friends of Yale:
I write today to request your assistance in identifying outstanding leaders for Yale University.
Each year, Yale alumni elect one Fellow of the Board of Trustees for a six-year term. Candidates for election are chosen by a committee of the AYA Board of Governors and others in the University community.
We count on you to nominate alumni with the vision and leadership to serve on the Board. Please use this form to give us your suggestions no later than August 31, 2018.
The Board of Trustees (formally the Yale Corporation) is Yale’s governing and policy-making body. The trustees act as fiduciaries to ensure that the university’s academic and administrative leadership are guided by sound policies and practices, with adequate resources, to further Yale’s mission. The trustees are attentive to balancing the needs of today’s faculty, students, alumni, and staff with those of future generations.
Candidates for Alumni Fellow should be accomplished individuals with a capacity for consensus building within a collegial body. The candidates with the most potential will have insight relevant to current university challenges and will be able to make their service on the Corporation a high personal priority with respect to time, energy, and effort. Ideally, the pool of nominees for Alumni Fellow reflects the wonderful diversity of the alumni community itself, and I encourage you to consider this when making recommendations.
According to governing documents, trustees must be holders of either a bachelor’s degree from 2013 or earlier, or any degree from the Graduate School or one of Yale’s professional schools. In addition, please note that members may only hold office until the age of 72. So that an Alumni Fellow may serve a full six-year term, the nominating committee generally does not consider naming individuals to the slate who are older than the age of 66.
If you have any questions, please contact the AYA. Nominations may also be mailed to Alumni Fellow Nominating Committee, P.O. Box 209010, New Haven, CT 06520-9010.
Thank you for joining me in seeking excellent leaders to guide Yale’s future.
YCSD 2018 Annual Brunch
We are excited and looking forward to having Dr. Irwin Jacobs, Founding Chairman and CEO Emeritus of Qualcomm, Inc. as our speaker at the annual brunch Saturday, June 9th, 2018. Dr. Jacobs became a member of the Yale family when he was awarded an honorary degree of Doctor of Engineering and Technology at Yale commencement in 2017.
He received his B.S degree in Electrical Engineering from Cornell, and his Masters and Doctorate in Electrical Engineering and Technology from M.I.T. After serving on the faculty at M.I.T for 8 years, he joined the faculty at UCSD in 1966 as a Professor of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering. In 1968, he co-founded Linkabit Corporation, a satellite communications company which was acquired by M/A-COM, and in 1985 founded Qualcomm with several colleagues from Linkabit. Qualcomm initially focused on satellite communications as well, but eventually broadened to include digital telephone technology based on CDMA. Qualcomm is now a multinational semiconductor and telecommunications equipment company which has evolved several generations of CDMA culminating in what is known today as “5G”. The company has more than 33,000 employees worldwide, with over 13,000 in San Diego and is one of two Fortune 500 companies in San Diego.
Dr. Jacobs has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering. Among his numerous honors, he has been the co-recipient of an award from the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, the National Medal of Technology and Innovation (for CDMA technology), the Bower award for Business Leadership, membership in the National Inventor’s Hall of Fame, and the medal of honor from the Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers (IEEE), and an honorary Doctorate from the National Tsing Hua University in Taiwan.
His philanthropic endeavors have been legendary with contributions to the arts (San Diego Symphony, the La Jolla Music Society,La Jolla Playhouse), UCSD (Jacobs School of Engineering, Jacobs Medical Center in La Jolla), M.I.T, Cornell, American Society for Technion (the Cornell/Technion Technology Campus on Roosevelt Island in New York), support for the underserved in San Diego, and the new downtown Library.
Dr. Jacobs will be interviewed by Robert Hemphill, YC 1966.
This event is SOLD OUT! We look forward to seeing those of you who have registered!
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