Pathways to Science

Yale's coordinated STEM Outreach Infrastructure


About Us

Pathways to Science is Yale’s coordinated STEM outreach infrastructure that provides an overarching infrastructure for the many and varied STEM programs and events for local pre-college students at Yale. Guided by a steering committee of Yale senior scientists and administrators, the Office of New Haven Affairs serves as a central hub for this initiative, both assisting Yale faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates in designing and implementing STEM programming as well as managing contacts and relationships with participating school districts, teachers, parents, and pre-college students. The more than 1,800 Pathways to Science Scholars are considered the youngest members of Yale’s scientific community and are invited throughout the year to special events, academic lectures, demonstrations, hands-on activities, summer programs, and research opportunities.









Members Benefits

Volunteer opportunities. Assistance with designing and implementing STEM (and nonSTEM!) outreach events for local students. Assistance with broader impacts components of NSF Grants. And more!

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Meeting new students with shared interest

Our Team

Maria Parente