Helping Yale Look its Best

It’s no surprise that a top school like Yale University has a stellar in-plant behind it, providing unrivaled print quality and launching unique money-saving programs.

The management team at Yale Printing & Publishing Services poses in the Linonia and Brothers Reading Room inside Yale’s Sterling Memorial Library. From the left: Frank Savino (associate director, production operations), Maria McLellan (associate director, pre-production operations), Jeffrey Gworek (director), Jill Johnson (financial manager) and Jim Mathewson (manager, distributed printing & copying program).

Frank Savino inspects a job printed on Yale Printing & Publishing Services’ Xerox Color 1000 digital press.

Patricia Smith stands with one of the two Xerox Nuvera 144EA printers, which are used to print Yale’s diplomas.

The in-plant uses its two-color AB Dick 9985, shown here with operator Don Frigo, to print stationery, business forms and two-color brochures.

John Nieman runs a job on the Standard Horizon SPF-20 booklet maker.

Alex Nestir prints a poster on the HP Designjet 5500 wide-format printer.

Jaison Ashford runs envelopes through the Secap Jet 1 addressing machine.