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Interact with the spaces and stories that will help define Yale’s impact on the world today and for generations to come. Step inside and transport yourself back to New Haven.

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Humanities Quadrangle


As Yale’s new home for the humanities, the Humanities Quadrangle fosters cross-disciplinary collaborations and reaffirms Yale’s commitment to humanistic inquiry and discovery.

 

Join Deans Tamar Gendler and Katie Lofton for an exploration of this reimagined Yale gem.  

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Yale Schwarzman Center


The new Schwarzman Center, Yale’s first-ever center for student life and the arts, is a hub for connection, creation, and collaboration.

 

See executive director Garth Ross share the vision behind the renovation of Yale’s beloved Commons and the creation of some of Yale's newest arts and social spaces.

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Tsai Center for Innovative Thinking at Yale (Tsai CITY)


Tsai CITY’s mission is to inspire students from diverse backgrounds and disciplines to seek innovative ways to solve real-world problems. 

 

Step inside to explore the entrepreneurial ideas that Tsai CITY’s programs, funding, and mentoring have helped realize for students across Yale’s campus.

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Reimagining Science Hill


The groundbreaking work happening on Science Hill is deepening our ability to understand the world and shape its future.

 

Join Dean Jeffrey Brock and Professors Anna Pyle and Karsten Heeger as they herald a new age of collaboration and discovery on the reimagined Science Hill.

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West Campus Collection Studies Center


The treasures of history come alive at the Yale West Campus Collection Studies Center, a state-of-the-art hub of conservation, collaboration, research, and education.

 

Place yourself at the nexus of art and science with experts from the Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage, the Yale University Art Gallery, the Yale Center for British Art, and the Peabody Museum of Natural History.

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Center for Engineering Innovation and Design (CEID)


The Center for Engineering Innovation and Design (CEID) is a destination for collaborative design and interdisciplinary activity at Yale. Its goal is to enable design, development, and actualization of student ideas.

 

Take a look at a few of the innovative and imaginative projects that have come to life through some of Yale’s most collaborative courses and initiatives.

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Peabody Museum of Natural History


Yale’s 150-year-old treasure is being reimagined to greatly expand its research, exhibition, and education capabilities.

 

Take a walk through the Peabody of the future as director David Skelly tells the story of how the renovated museum will serve humanity by advancing our understanding of the natural world and our place in it.

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Horse Island


Transport yourself off the coast of New Haven as the Yale School of Architecture's Alan Organschi explores the Regenerative Building Lab’s inaugural project—the product of a partnership between the School of Architecture and the Peabody Museum that will serve as an outdoor classroom, living lab, and model of sustainable design.

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New and Notable Athletics Facilities


Yale’s first-class athletic facilities serve as a training ground for leaders who will build a better tomorrow. 

 

Athletics director Vicky Chun takes you on an aerial tour of some of the new and newly renovated sites where our student athletes strive for excellence and compete for championships. Go Bulldogs!

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Living Village Project


Yale Divinity School is seeking to build the world’s largest green building residential complex called The Living Village.

 

Preview the Living Village and learn how it will serve as an international model for sustainable living and a holistic environment for building communities of the future.

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