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World Class Research and Undergraduate Education Come Together at Yale
Pioneering Discoveries by Students
While working with and learning from faculty at the forefront of some of today’s most exciting breakthroughs in all disciplines, Yale undergraduates have discovered new species, created new technologies, developed and patented new products, and co-authored original research. See the Science and Engineering Viewbook
Funding for undergraduate science research fellowships in the most recent year.
Undergraduate science majors who do research with faculty.
In Recent News
Freshmen are awarded 100+ summer fellowships to do research.
Over the last five years, 150 faculty members have co-authored published research with undergraduates.
Undergraduate science and engineering students win 200 summer fellowships per year.
Science, math, and engineering labs at Yale College and the graduate and professional schools.
Yale’s libraries have over 12,500,000 holdings.
Real Research Freshman Year
Freshmen can begin conducting original research by using a Yale College Freshman Summer Research Fellowship that provides support for a summer research experience in the sciences and/or engineering under the supervision of a Yale faculty member. More than 100 such fellowships are set aside for freshman. Freshman Summer Research Fellowship in the Sciences and Engineering.
The possibilities for research around the world are extensive. Many Yale students spend the summer following their junior year abroad doing research for a senior essay or thesis.Global Research
Diversity in the Sciences
Since 1995, Yale’s nationally recognized STARS (Science, Technology and Research Scholars) Program has promoted diversity in the sciences through mentoring, academic year study groups, and an original research-based summer program for freshmen and sophomores. Juniors and seniors have the opportunity to continue their research through the STARS II Program. STARS
Particle Accelerators, Picassos, Pterodactyls
To inspire original research, Yalies have access to a staggering collection of unique resources including the world’s most powerful stand-alone particle accelerator, the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, the Anlyan Center for Medical Research and Education, the Peabody Museum of Natural History, and the Yale Center for British Art.