Dean's Office Directory

International Affairs

The Yale College Center for International and Professional Experience is a single gateway through which students may explore the school's abundant international opportunities. In collaboration with colleagues at the MacMillan Center, Yale-in-London, the residential colleges, and the Yale College academic departments, administrators at the Center work closely with students to ensure the successful integration of international opportunities into their Yale experience.

Jane Edwards

Senior Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of International and Professional Experience
55 Whitney Avenue, Suite 303
Email: jane.edwards@yale.edu
Phone: (203) 432-8680

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Provides strategic planning for and coordination of the various offices administering international programs for undergraduates; and serves as a liaison to those offices involved in admitting and retaining international students; coordinates the relationship between Yale College international activities and global initiatives at Yale.


Katie Bell

Assistant Director of the Center for International and Professional Experience
55 Whitney Avenue, Suite 303
Email: kathryn.bell@yale.edu
Phone: (203) 432-8761

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Supports strategic planning for and coordination of the various offices administering international programs for undergraduates; serves as the contact person for independent undergraduate students and independent student groups traveling abroad.


Jeanine Dames

Assistant Dean in Yale College
Director of Undergraduate Career Services
55 Whitney Avenue, Suite 337
Email: jeanine.dames@yale.edu
Phone: (203) 432-0800

William Whobrey

Associate Dean of Yale College
Dean of Summer Session and Special Programs
Lecturer, Germanic Languages and Literatures
55 Whitney Avenue, Suite 402
Email: william.whobrey@yale.edu
Phone: (203) 432-2430

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Supports Yale College by directing its Summer Session and Special Programs. The Summer Session provides intensive undergraduate courses for credit to both Yale students and non-Yale students alike, to include highly qualified high school seniors. Yale College Special Programs include the Eli Whitney Students program for non-traditional students completing a bachelors degree; the Nondegree Students program for visiting students; the Yale-New Haven and Area High School program, which enrolls qualified high school juniors and seniors in Yale College courses; and the Auditing program for Yale alumni and other affiliated members of the Yale Community.