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Chubb Fellow 2024

Jill Ellis | The Winningest Head Coach of US Women's National Soccer Team

Jill Ellis is a US 

Chubb Fellow 2023

Hilary Hahn | Artist-in-Residence

Timothy Dwight College at Yale University is hosting violin virtuoso Hilary Hahn as the Yale College Artist-in-Residence for the Spring of 2023. Ms. Hahn returns to Yale’s campus to continue the work started during her highly successful Spring 2022 Chubb Fellowship administered by Timothy Dwight College. On February 7th and 8th  Ms.

Anderson Cooper | Journalist, Anchorman, Author

The Head of Timothy Dwight Residential College, Mary Lui has announced

Chubb Fellow 2022

Hilary Hahn | Three-Time Grammy Award-Winning Violinist

Three-time Grammy Award-winning violinist Hilary Hahn melds expressive musicality and technical expertise with a diverse repertoire guid

Chubb Fellow 2020

Jill Ellis | Ambassador for the U.S. Soccer Federation

The Chubb Fellow for Spring 2020 is Coach Jill Ellis. 

Chubb Fellow 2018 to 2019

Gene Luen Yang
Gene Luen Yang | Award-winning graphic novelist, cartoonist, and educator

The Chubb Fellow for the Fall 2018 semester is Gene Luen Yang, the award-winning graphic novelist, cartoonist, and educator.

Chubb Fellow 2019

Michelle Kwan - Chubb Fellow, Spring 2019
Michelle Kwan | Distinguished Athlete and Leader

The Chubb Fellow for the Spring 2019 semester is Michelle Kwan, the most decorated figure skater in the history of the U.S.!  

Rosa DeLauro - Chubb Fellow Fall 2019
Rosa DeLauro | Congresswoman - Connecticut’s Third Congressional District

The Chubb Fellow for Fall 2019 is the Honorable Rosa DeLauro.

Chubb Fellow 2017 to 2018

 Faith Ringgold
Faith Ringgold | Artist, Writer, Activist

Born and raised in Harlem, New York City her career as an educator, artist, and activist spans more than half a century.

Chubb Fellow 2018

Bill McKibben
Bill McKibben | Author, Educator and Environmentalist

Bill McKibben is an author and environmentalist who in 2014 was awarded the Right Livelihood Prize, sometimes called the ‘alternative Nobel.’ 

Chubb Fellow 2016 to 2017

Hawa Abdi
Hawa Abdi | Human Rights Activist and Physician

Dr. Hawa Abdi Dhiblawe is the founder and chairperson of the Dr. Hawa Abdi Foundation (DHAF), a non-profit organization.

João Vale de Almeida
João Vale de Almeida | Ambassador

João Vale de Almeida is a senior European Union diplomat who was appointed as EU Ambassador to the United Nations October 16, 2015. Ambassador Vale de Almeida previously served as the first EU Ambassador to the United States of America, from 2010 to 2014. In Washington, he actively engaged in strengthening EU/U.S.

Chubb Fellow 2015 to 2016

Susan Rice
Susan Rice | National Security Advisor

Ambassador Susan E. Rice was the President Obama’s National Security Advisor. 

Norman Mineta
Norman Mineta | Secretary of Transportation

Secretary Norman Y. Mineta, has a distiguished career as a innovative leader in the fields of transportation, commerce, public policy, and technology.

Paul Simon
Paul Simon | Singer-Songwriter

Paul Simon’s distinguished music career spans six decades and includes twelve Grammy Awards. Three of these award-winning albums – “Bridge Over Troubled Water”, “Still Crazy After All These Years” and “Graceland” were also albums of the year.  He has been inducted into the Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame both as a member of Simon & Garfunkel and as a solo artist.

Chubb Fellow 2014 to 2015

Samantha Power
Samantha Power | U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations

Ambassador Samantha Power is the U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations and a member of President Obama’s Cabinet.  At the United Nations, Ambassador Power works to advance U.S. interests, promote and defend universal values, and address pressing global challenges to global peace, security, and prosperity.

Ogyen Trinley Dorje
Ogyen Trinley Dorje | His Holiness the 17th Karmapa

As the spiritual head of the 900-year-old Karma Kagyu lineage of Tibetan Buddhism, His Holiness the 17th Karmapa, Ogyen Trinley Dorje, has emerged as an important thought leader for our time. 

Chubb Fellow 2013 to 2014

Leymah Gbowee
Leymah Gbowee | 2011 Nobel Peace Laureate and Liberian peace activist

Leymah Gbowee is a Liberian peace activist responsible for leading a women’s peace movement that helped bring an end to the Second Liberian Civil War in 2003. Her efforts to end the war, along with her collaborator Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, helped usher in a period of peace and enabled a free election in 2005 won by Ms.

Wendell Berry
Wendell Berry | Poet, Philosopher, Environmental Activist, Cultural Critic and Farmer

Poet, novelist, philosopher, environmental activist, cultural critic, and farmer Wendell Berry will present the next Chubb Fellowship Lecture as a guest of Timothy Dwight College and the Yale Sustainable Food Project (YSFP). A pioneering and influential advocate for change, Berry has spent more than 50 years helping to shape the movements for agricultural and ecological sustainability.

Chubb Fellow 2012 to 2013

Aung San Suu Kyi | Chair of the National League for Democracy and Member of Parliament, Burma/Myanmar

Aung San Suu Kyi is the Chair of Burma’s leading opposition party, the National League for Democracy (NLD).

Leonel Fernández | President of the Dominican Republic, 1996-2000 and 2004-2012

Leonel Antonio Fernández Reyna is a Dominican lawyer, academic, and was President of the Dominican Republic from 1996 to 2000 and from 2004 to 2012.

Chubb Fellow 2011 to 2012

Morgan Freeman | Actor and Producer

The interview and discussion with Mr. Freeman was titled “Life and Work”.  

Shah Rukh Khan | Actor and Producer

Shah Rukh Khan, is often referred to as “The King of Bollywood” and has acted in over 70 Hindi films.  

Chubb Fellow 2010 to 2011

John DeStefano, Jr. | Mayor, City of New Haven

John DeStefano, Jr. is Executive Vice President of Start Bank of New Haven, a community development financial institution of which he was an incorporating director and on whose board he continues to serve. 

Nicholas Kristof | New York Times Pulitzer Prize-Winning Columnist

Nicholas D. Kristof, a columnist for The New York Times since November 2001, writes op-ed columns that appear twice a week. 

Chubb Fellow 2009 to 2010

Carlos Fuentes | Writer

Chinua Achebe | Writer

Tzipi Livni | Member of the Israeli Knesset; Leader of the Opposition Kadima Party

Robert Farris Thompson | Professor, Art Historian

Chubb Fellow 2008 to 2009

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf | President of Liberia

Wynton Marsalis | Musician

Ted Sorensen | Author; Special Counsel to John F. Kennedy

Matt Hughes | Wrestler

Chubb Fellow 2007 to 2008

Cesar Pelli | Architect

Rita Dove | Poet

Gloria Steinem | Feminist Activist, Writer

Chubb Fellow 2006 to 2007

Steve Reich | Composer

Elie Wiesel | Author, Nobel Laureate

Christine Brennan | Sportswriter

Chubb Fellow 2005 to 2006

Sofia Coppola | Filmmaker

Harry Belafonte | Performer, activist

Chubb Fellow 2004 to 2005

Frank Gehry | Architect

David Halberstam | Journalist, author, historian

Richard Pound | Member, International Olympic Committee

Chubb Fellow 2003 to 2004

Carlos Fuentes | Novelist

Mikhail Baryshnikov | Choreographer, dancer

Richard Leakey | Paleoanthropologist, politician

Chubb Fellow 2002 to 2003

Ruth Simmons | President of Brown University

Chubb Fellow 2001 to 2002

Eddie Palmieri | Musician

Mel Martinez | Secretary of Housing and Urban Development

Governor Gary Locke | State of Washington

Tadao Ando | Architect

Chubb Fellow 2000 to 2001

Governor George Pataki | State of New York

Yevgeny Yevtushenko | Russian poet, political dissident and politician

George H.W. Bush | 41st President of the U.S.; Vice-President of the U.S.; CIA Director

Chubb Fellow 1999 to 2000

Tito Puente | El Rey de Mambo, The King of Mambo

Judith Rodin | President, University of Pennsylvania

George Pataki | Governor State of New York

Chubb Fellow 1998 to 1999

Joseph Lieberman | U.S. Senator State of Connecticut

R.W. Apple, Jr. | Chief Correspondent, New York Times

John G. Rowland | Governor State of Connecticut

H.E. Dr. Oscar Arias Sanchez | President of Costa Rica

Chubb Fellow 1997 to 1998

Curtis Hanson | Feature Film Director; Academy Award Recipient for L.A. Confidential

Phil Gramm | U.S. Senator State of Texas

Henry Louis Gates | W.E.B. DuBois Professor of the Humanities, Harvard University

Lord David Wilson of Tillyorn, GCMG | Governor of Hong Kong

Chubb Fellow 1996 to 1997

Jack Kemp | 1996 Republican Nominee for Vice President

Shimon Peres | Prime Minister of Israel

Dr. Zbigniew Brzezinski | National Security Advisor for President Jimmy Carter; Counselor, Center for Strategic and International Studies

Chubb Fellow 1995 to 1996

Richard Hayward | Chairman, Mashantucket Pequot Nation

Norman Mailer | Pulitzer Prize Winning Author

John Rowland | Governor, State of Connecticut

Chubb Fellow 1994 to 1995

Rudolph 1994-95 Giuliani | Mayor of New York City

Christine Todd Whitman | Governor, State of New Jersey

Wilma Mankiller | Principal Chief, Cherokee Nation

Justice Harry A. Blackmun | United States Supreme Court

Walter Cronkite | Special Correspondent, Anchor, and Managing Editor, CBS News

Chubb Fellow 1993 to 1994

Jean Bertrand Aristide | President of the Republic of Haiti

David N. Dinkins | Mayor of New York City

Sylvia Temkin | Assistant Director General; Department of Youth Aliyah

Dr. Benny 1993-94 Temkin | Member of the Israeli Knesset

John F. Kerry | U.S. Senator

Chubb Fellow 1992 to 1993

Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger | Archbishop of Paris

Hans Brunhart | Prime Minister, Head of Government, Principality of Liechtenstein

Chubb Fellow 1991 to 1992

Sebastiao Salgado | Humanitarian Photojournalist

Andre Milongo | Prime Minister of the Congo, Afirca

Lowell P. Weicker, Jr. | Governor, State of Connecticut

Richard M. Daley | Mayor of Chicago

Chubb Fellow 1990 to 1991

Chai Ling | Primary Leader of the Chinese Students Democracy Movement; Tiananmen Square

Willie Colon | Composer

Octavio Paz | Mexican Nobel Laureate for Poetry

Fernando Collor de Mello | President of the Republic of Brazil

Chubb Fellow 1989 to 1990

Toni Morrison | Nobel Laureate for Fiction

Amine Gemayel | President of the Republic of Lebanon

Robert T. 1989-90 Matsui | U.S. Congressman

Chubb Fellow 1988 to 1989

Mario Vargas Llosa | Peruvian Novelist; Presidential Candidate

Edward Kennedy | U.S. Senator

Hanif Kureishi | Screenwriter

Thomas Eagleton | U.S. Senator

Chubb Fellow 1987 to 1988

Patricia Schroeder | U.S. Congresswoman

Randall Robinson | Activist, Trans Africa

Ntozake Shange | Playwright, Poet, Novelist

David Steel | Head, United Kingdom's Liberal Party

Chubb Fellow 1986 to 1987

Michael Kaufman | Poland Forum

William Styron | Poland Forum

Jerzy Kosinski | Poland Forum

Irving Krsitol | Essayist; Editor

Raul Alfonsin | President of the Republic of Argentina

Moshe Arens | Minister-Without-Portfolio, Israel; Defense Minister of the State of Israel

Henry Cisneros | Mayor of San Antonio; President, National League of Cities, Secretary of Housing & Urban Development

Mieczyslaw Maneli | Poland Forum

Boleslaw Wierzbianski | Poland Forum

Joanna Rostropowicz Clark | Poland Forum

Chubb Fellow 1985 to 1986

Simon Wiesenthal | Nazi Hunter; Founder of the Jewish Documentation Center

Peter Ueberroth | Commissioner of Baseball

Bruce Babbitt | Governor, State of Arizona

Richard Thornburgh | Attorney General of the U.S.; Governor, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

Betty Friedan | Founder, National Organization of Women; Author, The Feminine Mystique

Chubb Fellow 1984 to 1985

Mario Cuomo | Governor of New York

Nicole Hollander | Syndicated Cartoonist

Amhadou Ahidjo | President, Republic of the Cameroon

Chubb Fellow 1983 to 1984

Jesse Jackson | Civil Rights Activist; Presidential Candidate

Wole Soyinka | Nigerian Playwright

Jerzy Milewski | Executive Director of "Solidarnosc"

Robert McNamara | U.S. Secretary of Defense

Chubb Fellow 1982 to 1983

Bruce Morrison | U.S. Congressman

Teddy Kolek | Mayor of Jerusalem

Norman Mailer | Novelist

His Highness Matodja Gazon | King of the Djuka Nation, Suriname

Alexander Haig | U.S. Secretary of State; Commander-in-Chief of N.A.T.O. forces

Chubb Fellow 1981 to 1982

Shirley Ann Williams | International Symposium on Black Women Writers

Buchi Emecheta | International Symposium on Black Women Writers

Paule Marshall | International Symposium on Black Women Writers

Alice Walker | International Symposium on Black Women Writers

Walter Mondale | Vice President of the United States

John Lehman | Secretary of the Navy

Sol Linowitz | Special Representative of the President to West Bank Autonomy Talks; Negotiator of the Panama Canal Treaty

Chubb Fellow 1980 to 1981

Harry A. Blackmun | Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court

Moshe Dayan | Minister of Defense of the State of Israel; Foreign Minister

Lord Killanin | Chairman of the International Olympics Committee

Chubb Fellow 1979 to 1980

Shirley Temple Black | U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Ghana; Chief of Protocol of the U.S.

Jack Kemp | U.S. Congressman

Gary Hart | U.S. Senator

Moshe Dayan | Minister of Defense of the State of Israel; Foreign Minister

Robert Redford | Film Producer; Actor; Environmentalist

Chubb Fellow 1978 to 1979

Abraham A. Ribicoff | U.S. Senator

Edward I. Koch | Mayor of New York City

Nancy Landon Kassebaum | U.S. Senator

Chubb Fellow 1977 to 1978

Kenneth A. Gibson | Mayor of Newark

Santiago Carrillo | Secretary General of the Communist Party of Spain

Henry M. Jackson | U.S. Senator

Vernon E. Jordan | Executive Director, National Urban League

Chubb Fellow 1976 to 1977

Reubin O'D. Askew | Governor of Florida

Michael Harrington | Socialist Writer

Morris K. Udall | U.S. Congressman; Charman, Committee of Interior and Insular Affairs

George H.W. Bush | 41st President of the U.S.; Vice-President of the U.S.; CIA Director

Gerald R. Ford | President of the U.S.; Vice-President of the U.S.; U.S. Congressman

Edward H. Levi | U.S. Attorney General; President, The University of Chicago

Chubb Fellow 1975 to 1976

Edward Heath | Prime Minister of Great Britain

David L. Boren | Governor of Oklahoma; U.S. Senator

Mario Soares | Secretary General of the Socialist Party of Portugal; Prime Minister of Portugal

Joseph Biden | U.S. Senator

James R. Schlesinger | Secretary of Defense

Daniel Patrick Moynihan | U.S. Permanent Representative to the U.N.; U.S. Senator

Ella T. Grasso | Governor of Connecticut

Charles McCurdy Mathias | U.S. Senator

Chubb Fellow 1974 to 1975

Hubert H. Humphrey | Vice President of the United States; U.S. Senator

Maynard Jackson | Mayor of Atlanta

Benjamin C. Bradlee | Executive Editor, The Washington Post

Thomas O. Enders | Assistant Secretary of State; Ambassador from the U.S. to Canada

John V. Lindsay | U.S. Congressman; Mayor of New York City

Jimmy Carter | President of the United States; Governor of Georgia

F. Bradford Morse | U.S. Congressman; Under Secretary General, The United Nations

Chubb Fellow 1973 to 1974

Marya Mannes | Writer

Les Aspin | U.S. Congressman,; Chairman, House Armed Services Committee

Sam J. Ervin, Jr. | U.S. Senator

Jesse Jackson | Civil Rights Leader; Director, Operation PUSH

Elliot Lee Richardson | Secretary, H.E.W.; Secretary of Defense, U.S. Attorney General

William Taylor | Conference on Film and Politics

Emile de Antonio | Conference on Film and Politics

Charles Guggenheim | Conference on Film and Politics

Thomas Patterson | Conference on Film and Politics

Samuel Archibald | Conference on Film and Politics

Chubb Fellow 1972 to 1973

Alan S. Paton | Writer; President of the South African Liberal Party

Ralph Nader | Consumer Advocate

Edward R. Roybal | U.S. Congressman

Yvonne Brathwaite Burke | U.S. Congresswoman

Lowell Weicker | U.S. Congressman, Senator

William Benton | U.S. Senator; Publisher of Encyclopedia Brittanica

Bob Eckhardt | U.S. Congressman

Chubb Fellow 1971 to 1972

Charles D. Diggs, Jr. | U.S. Congressman

B.F. Skinner | Conference on the Works of B.F. Skinner

Stephen Spender | Conference on the Works of B.F. Skinner

Rollo May | Conference on the Works of B.F. Skinner

Paul Ricoeur | Conference on the Works of B.F. Skinner

Brand Blanchard | Conference on the Works of B.F. Skinner

D.W. Brogan | Conference on the Works of B.F. Skinner

Alain Enthoven | Conference on the Works of B.F. Skinner

Zbigniew Brzezinski | Conference on the Works of B.F. Skinner

Andrew Greeley | Conference on the Works of B.F. Skinner

Willard Gaylin | Conference on the Works of B.F. Skinner

Eugene Rostow | Conference on the Presidency

Arthur Schlesinger | Conference on the Presidency

Joseph Califano | Conference on the Presidency

Anthony Lake | Conference on the Presidency

Chubb Fellow 1970 to 1971

Maya Angelou | Conference on the Black Woman

Gwendolyn Brooks | Conference on the Black Woman

John Henrik Clark | Conference on the Black Woman

Shirley Graham Du Bois | Conference on the Black Woman

Bayard Rustin | Civil Rights Leader; Director, A. Phillipe Randolph Institute

Charles Evers | Mayor of Fayette, Mississippi

Charles Evers | Mayor of Fayette, Mississippi

George Ball | Undersecretary of State

Kate Millet | Writer

Beth Corona | Civil Rights Leader

Chubb Fellow 1969 to 1970

Dr. Edwin H. Land | President of Polaroid Corporation

Sir William Armstrong | Head of the British Civil Service

Richard D. McCarthy | U.S. Congressman

Chubb Fellow 1968 to 1969

George H.W. Bush | 41st President of the U.S.; Vice-President of the U.S.; CIA Director

James Farmer | Director of Congress Racial Equality; Assistant Secretary, HEW

Carl B. Stokes | Mayor of Cleveland

Chubb Fellow 1967 to 1968

Ronald Reagan | President of the U.S.; Governor of California

Taft Robert | U.S. Congressman; U.S. Senator

Theodore R. McKeldin | Mayor of Baltimore

C.N. Annadurai | Chief Minister of Madras

Chubb Fellow 1966 to 1967

Robert Smylie | Governor of Idaho

Richard C. Lee | Mayor of New Haven

Jonathan B. Bingham | U.S. Congressman

John V. Tunney | U.S. Congressman; U.S. Senator

Chubb Fellow 1965 to 1966

Richard Bolling | U.S. Congressman

Lord Head | High Commissioner, Malaysia

Robert Wagner | Mayor of New York City

Chubb Fellow 1964 to 1965

Terry Sanford | Governor of North Carolina

John Chafee | Governor of Rhode Island

Henry Luce | Publisher, Time, Inc.

Chubb Fellow 1963 to 1964

Robert do Oliveira Campos | Ambassador from Brazil to the U.S.

Thomas Ludlow Ashley | U.S. Congressman

Joseph S. Clark | U.S. Senator

Chubb Fellow 1962 to 1963

Jess Unruh | Speaker of the California Assembly

Joseph Grimond | M.P., House of Commons; Leader of Liberal Party

Sir Richard Allen | Ambassador from United Kingdom to Burma

John Lindsay | U.S. Congressman; Mayor of New York City

Chubb Fellow 1961 to 1962

Sir Charles P. Snow | Novelist, Educator and Scientist

John Sherman Cooper | U.S. Senator

Barry Goldwater | U.S. Senator; Rebublican candidate for President, 1964

Chubb Fellow 1960 to 1961

Ralph McGill | Publisher and Editor, The Atlanta Constitution

Sir Henry Willink | Master, Magdalene College, Cambridge

Dr. Hastings Banda | Chairman, Malawi Congress Party; President of Malawi

Herbert Matthews | New York Times Correspondent

Chubb Fellow 1959 to 1960

Stephen M. Young | U.S. Senator

Herbert Brownell, Jr. | U.S. Attorney General

Edmund S. Muskie | U.S. Senator

Sir Leslie Munro | Permanent Representative of New Zealand to the U.N.

Koichiro Asakai | Ambassador from Japan to the U.S.

Chubb Fellow 1958 to 1959

Prescott Bush | U.S. Senator

Dr. Najib-Ullah | Ambassador from Afghanistan to U.S.

John Martin Vorys | U.S. Congressman

Sir Harold Caccia | Ambassador from United Kingdom to U.S.

Adlai E. Stevenson | Governor of Illinois; Democratic candidate for President, 1952 & 1956

Chubb Fellow 1957 to 1958

Dennis W. Brogan | British Political Scientist

Walter J. Kohler | Governor of Wisconsin

Raymond E. Baldwin | U.S. Senator; Justice of Supreme Court of Errors, Connecticut

Harry S. Truman | President of the United States

G. Mennen Williams | Governor of Michigan

Chubb Fellow 1956 to 1957

William A. Robson | British Political Scientist

Hermini Portell-Vila | Historian

Harry P. Cain | U.S. Senator

Clement Richard, Earl Attlee | Prime Minister, United Kingdom

Chester Bowles | Governor of Connecticut

Chubb Fellow 1955 to 1956

Frank P. Graham | U.S. Senator; United Nations Mediator

John A. Costello | Prime Minister of Ireland

Charles M. Spofford | Chairman, NATO Council of Ministers

Chubb Fellow 1954 to 1955

Brendan Gill | Editor, The New Yorker

Hugh Gregg | Governor of New Hampshire

Dean Acheson | U.S. Secretary of State

Roger N. Baldwin | Chairman, National Committee of American Civil Liberties Union

Arthur H. Dean | U.S. Ambassador to Korea

Chubb Fellow 1953 to 1954

Stephen K. Bailey | Mayor of Middletown, CT

T.V. Smith | U.S. Congressman

Leslie C. Stevens | Vice-Admiral (USN), Naval Attach

Chubb Fellow 1952 to 1953

David Riesman | Social Scientist

Richardson Dilworth | Mayor of Philadelphia

Edward Weeks | Editor, The Atlantic Monthly

Abraham A. Ribicoff | U.S. Senator

Chubb Fellow 1951 to 1952

Ernest K. Lindley | Washington Editor, Newsweek

Arthur Koestler | Writer

John Alsop | Connecticut Legislator

Chubb Fellow 1950 to 1951

Charles W. Eliot | Planning Consultant

Silliman Evans | Newspaper Publisher

James W. Clise | Vice President of National Municipal League of New York City

Paul H. Appleby | Professor, Public Administration

Richard Rovere | Columnist, The New Yorker

Chubb Fellow 1949 to 1950

Louis Brownlow | Public Administration Clearing House

Lewis Mumford | Planner, Writer

Russell Lynes | Editor, Harper's Magazine

Newbold Morris | President, New York City Council