Noah Robinson graduated with a degree in economics from Yale University in May 2023. He was an intern with the Economic Growth Center as well as the Economics Department and worked with Yale faculty to circulate their research and messages to a wider audience in an easy-to-understand style. His work included research summaries, the economics department 2022 newsletter, publication tracking, and environmental initiative monitoring. After Yale, Noah will be working as a legal analyst for Davis Polk & Wardwell in New York City before attending law school.

Working as a communication intern at the EGC simultaneously honed my communication skills as well as my fundamental understanding of economics. It was a fantastic opportunity to help transition my background in economics to a more humanities-centered career in law. – Noah Robinson

Noah began as a summer Communications intern and we were so grateful when he decided to stay on to help the Department throughout his senior year. He’s made tremendous contributions to the Department’s communications and writing projects. Notably, he was instrumental in the Department’s efforts to relaunch its website, and served a primary author and project manager for the Department of Economics 2022 Annual Magazine. It was a pleasure working with Noah over the past year - he will be missed! – Luke Strathmann, Senior Writer/Editor, Yale Department of Economics

Noah's work for EGC was top-notch: he was able to see several complex writing projects from start to finish, and also did some important background research for our new environmental initiative. I know he's passionate about using law to make the world a better place, and I can't wait to see what he does. – Vestal McIntyre, EGC Communications Director