Complete Listing
Dave HallDavid R. Hall
July 20, 2021

William J. Jones
William J. Jones
July 4, 2021

David L. Belt
David L. Belt
June 26, 2021

Bill Rands
William C. Rands III
June 20, 2021

Jeff Miller
Jeff Miller
Feb. 15, 2021

Jeff Miller Philip H. Debenham
Feb. 2, 2021

Bob Popper
Bob Popper
Jan. 9, 2021

Bob MossRobert W. Moss
Jan. 2, 2021

Bill ChristianWilliam T. Christian
Dec. 5, 2020

Dan Bergfeld
C. Daniel Bergfeld
Sept. 25, 2020

Eugene Overton
Eugene W. Overton
Aug. 18, 2020

Copley E. CrosbyCopley E. Crosby
Aug. 17, 2020

Please join us for a very special event in the Y65 Zoom Hour Series


After you register, you will receive a confirmation
with a Zoom link to the event

We are excited that President Salovey has given us a unique opportunity to hear his University update and answer our questions directly. He will describe Yale today, paying special attention to several innovative facilities and programs that are bringing new excitement to the campus. He will also outline his vision for Yale’s future and the funding priorities for the new “Yale for Humanity” Capital Campaign.

Jonathon Fanton and John Pinney will follow with a moderated Q&A session. Questions should be submitted by to Dennis Mack at dennis-mack@nyc.rr.com before the event or in the Chat during the meeting.

Since this is a live event with no recording, we urge you to encourage your friends in the class to attend.

Peter Salovey is the twenty-third president of Yale University and the Chris Argyris Professor of Psychology. He holds secondary faculty appointments in the School of Management, the School of Public Health, the Institution for Social and Policy Studies, and the Sociology Department. He became president of the university in July 2013.

Our October Zoom Hour
with Senator Bill Nelson, Y65

UPCOMING Zoom Hour Speakers & Topics:

Dec 15: Dan Hogan Y65: “The Importance of Finding Purpose in Retirement.”
Dan, a retired psychologist with a compelling personal story to tell, along with a panel of classmates and widows will discuss how, at this stage in our lives, the pursuit of any daily activity rooted in personal meaning can lead to a more fulfilling, healthier, and longer life.

Jan 19: Sen. Joe Lieberman, Y64: “No Labels.”
Sen. Lieberman, a co-founder in 2010 of No Labels, a national bipartisan citizen’s group—will discuss its mission and programs to support moderate legislators in the House and Senate, its recent accomplishments in the current Congress, and its goals for the future.

PAST Zoom Hour Events

Click on the speaker’s name to go to the recording.

September 14. Karl Marlantes with a Panel of Three Y65 Vietnam Vets Tom Esslinger, Mal Harris, and Lanny Thorne: “Lessons from Vietnam: What Have We Forgotten?”

August 18. Lee Jampol and Bill Quayle: “Our Aging Eyes!”

July 21. John Lewis Gaddis: “Teaching Time Travel”

June 16. Nicholas Turk-Browne: “Neuroscience of Human Cognition”

May 24. Richard Hodes, Y65: “Aging: Challenges at 80”

April 17. John Shattuck: “Practice What You Preach” – Global Human Rights Leadership Begins at Home

March 17. Jason Schwartz, Yale Professor, on “COVID Vaccinations”

February 27. David Hawkins, Y65: “Net Zero Emissions-Achievable Pathways”

January 27. Bob Woodward, Y65: “From Trump to Biden”

December 16, 2020. David Swensen, Y80: “Yale Endowment & ESG Investing”

October 29, 2020. James Hatch, Class Dinner Speaker: “Snowflakes at Yale?”

About the Y65 Zoom Hour Series

We intend to run this monthly Zoom series indefinitely. A calendar of future events into 2022 is currently under development and will be published shortly. Stay tuned!

Y65 Zoom Events – Mark your calendar! – 4 pm, third Wednesday of every month!

Watch Dave Martin, Y65, Feb 28 “60 Minutes” report: “Iranian missile attack risked war w USA…”


Pete Axthelm in the L.A. Times. Click here to view.

Our own BRUCE ALEXANDER: a deserving Yale Medal recipient!

Our 2020 Annual Class Dinner, via Zoom

Our Discussion Group is Lively! Click for the Discussion Group letter, the User Guide, the Terms of Use Agreement, or the FAQ.

“Kafka in China” Ralph Protsik’s stage adaptation of Warren Rothman’s. Photos and the story are here.