One of Salovey's first stops was at 25 Science Park, where he introduced himself to ITS staff members.
Salovey took the stage, and the spotlight, at the Yale School of Drama reception.
Salovey and Moret were greeted with song at the Yale Divinity School.
Divinity Dean Gregory E. Sterling presented gifts to Moret and Salovey. The dean presented the president with the first book of the Talmud ...
... as well as the entire set.
A cake decorated with the number 23 was one of the celebratory offerings at the gathering at the Greenberg Center hosted by Linda Lorimer, vice president for global and strategic initiatives.
Bruce Alexander, vice president for New Haven and state
affairs and campus development, welcomed Salovey in the Presidents Room of Woolsey Hall.
At West Campus, as he did at all of his visits, Salovey told the assembled how much he appreciated their hard work on behalf of the university.
Salovey and Moret also visited with students, faculty, and staff at the Yale Center for Engineering Innovation & Design ...
... and greeted Air Force ROTC cadets during a stop at 55 Whitney Ave.
The President spoke about Yale's international initiatives during his stop at Luce Hall.
He also met with members of the Science Hill community in the lobby of Kline Biology Tower.
Salovey's sense of humor drew some laughs from the staff at 221 Whitney Avenue ...
... and from his wife on a visit to the Office of Development.
The events surrounding the inauguration of Yale's 23rd president kicked off on Oct. 7 with visits around campus by Peter Salovey and his wife, Marta Elisa Moret. The gatherings gave Yale staff and faculty an opportunity to greet the new president and for Salovey, in turn, to express his gratitude for the contributions that staff and faculty make to the success of the university.