Founded in 1701 and located in New Haven, Connecticut, Yale University is the third oldest institution in the United States. Today, the private, Ivy League research institution has over 12,000 students and over 4,000 faculty across 12 constituent schools. Yale’s over 145 departments and programs are spread over a wide range of disciplines.
All undergraduates attend Yale College, an intimate learning environment offering instruction in the liberal arts and sciences. Advanced degrees are offered through the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences and 12 professional schools, including schools of architecture, art, divinity, drama, engineering and applied science, forestry and environmental studies, law, management, medicine, music, nursing and public health. The university is also home to a number of renowned research centers, laboratories and institutes across all disciplines.
Our work with Yale University ranges from a materials synthesis investigator award, to building conservation leadership in the Amazon through the support of students and scholars.