Alfie Guy - E21
Dr. Alfred E. Guy Jr. is R.W.B. Lewis Director of Writing at Yale College and a member of the Yale Center for Teaching and Learning. He received his M.A. and Ph.D. in English from New York University and his A.B. in English from the Yale of Cambridge, MA. At Yale, he teaches classes about science fiction, gender studies, and happiness. Outside the classroom, he has played Calhoun Choops and asked the audience for help with an easy Disney question when he was on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? in 2011.
Lloyd Grieger - E31
“Lloyd Grieger is an Assistant Professor of Sociology and Global Affairs and is the current Director of Graduate Studies for the Jackson Institute of Global Affairs. He received his PhD in Sociology and Public Policy from the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan. He teaches classes on statistics, poverty/inequality, and family demography. Outside the classroom Lloyd is a bad cook, slow runner, and fancies himself a connoisseur of pop culture. If you see him, challenge him to a movie or song-lyric quote-off.”
On July 1, 2017, Calhoun College was renamed Grace Hopper College. If you wish to view the Grace Hopper Website, please click here.
Calhoun has two faculty Resident Fellows: Alfie Guy (R.W.B. Lewis Director, Yale College Writing Center; Assistant Dean, Yale College; Lecturer, English Department) and Lloyd Grieger (Assistant Professor, Sociology Department and Jackson Institute for Global Affairs).
The Resident Fellows contribute to life at Calhoun by advising students; helping the Head of College and Dean; serving as additional resources for undergraduates, and generally being all-around wonderful participants in all things Houn.