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A Vital DowntownThe Shops at Yale feature unique boutiques and restaurants lining historic Chapel Street and Broadway.
Strong NeighborhoodsThe Homebuyer Program has helped more than 1,000 Yale faculty and staff buy homes in New Haven.
Community OutreachYale University is proud to call New Haven its home. Many university groups volunteer their services and expertise to the broader community.
Economic Growth & Fiscal ImpactThe new Leica Center of Excellence at Yale West Campus will provide scientists access to cutting-edge imaging tools to advance scientific discoveries.
In this month’s edition of Science in the News, we will explore the physics, biology, and psychology of video games!03/27/2017 - 6:30pm to 7:30pm
Bring your friends, explore the museum’s collection, and make art.03/29/2017 - 3:00pm to 4:30pm
In this month’s edition of Science in the News, we will explore the physics, biology, and psychology of video games!03/29/2017 - 6:30pm to 7:30pm
Each week the Cushing Center offers three tours: Thursday at 2:00p and Friday at 11:00a and 2:00p. There is no need to sign up, just meet at the library entrance.03/30/2017 - 2:00pm
In this month’s edition of Science in the News, we will explore the physics, biology, and psychology of video games!03/30/2017 - 6:30pm to 7:30pm
When the earth twitches buildings fall, volcanoes erupt, and killer waves reshape the ocean shore. Join us this Saturday to learn from Professor Maureen Long about how earth scientists use the theory of plate tectonics to understand and prepare for geolog04/01/2017 - 10:00am to 12:00pm
Join graduate students, postdocs and scientists from Yale University for dozens of rich math problems and activities!04/02/2017 - 9:00am to 12:00pm
Congratulations to Pathways Science Fair Winners!
More than 20 Pathways to Science students received distinguished awards at the statewide Connecticut Science Fair (www.ctsciencefair.org) held this past week at Quinnipiac University! Click below to read the list of awardees and projects!
President’s Public Service Fellowship
The President’s Public Service Fellowship was established in 1994 to provide expanded opportunities for Yale students to work on behalf of economic development, human development, and neighborhood revitalization with public sector and nonprofit organizations in the City of New Haven.
Since 1994, the Fellowship has grown from 20 Yale students working full-time for eight weeks during the summer to 32 Fellows in the summer of 2015 working for up to eleven weeks at 30 different organizations. The placement possibilities for the summer of 2016 will feature exciting new projects.
The President’s Public Service Fellowship has built a strong reputation with organizations in New Haven, and has created a legacy of current Yale students and recent graduates who have a sophisticated view of community development and remain active in community building in New Haven and in other cities.
More than 700 Yale University undergraduate, graduate and professional students have contributed more than 200,000 hours of community service to New Haven nonprofit and public sector agencies as President’s Public Service Fellows since 1994.
For more info: click HERE!
Girls' Science Investigations
The mission of Girls’ Science Investigations (GSI) is to motivate empower, and interest girls in developing the skills they need to pursue careers in science. University students and professors act as mentors and provide a context for exploring and understanding the various disciplines of science through hands-on activities in a laboratory environment. Through student scientific-engagement and parental awareness, GSI strives to close the gap in science found between males and females today.
Girls’ Science Investigations is limited to 6th to 8th grade girls. Pathways students receive priority, but any middle school girl can join! Lunch and snacks are included.