Up Close Virtual Session: Science & Engineering

Sunday, October 17, 2021 at 7:00 PM until 8:30 PMEastern Daylight Time

The Yale Office of Undergraduate Admissions invites you to participate in a special Up Close Virtual Session on Science and Engineering. At Yale, world-class research and exceptional undergraduate teaching come together to create extraordinary opportunities and campus and beyond. 

This special session will feature a panel of Yale faculty and staff who are not only leaders in their fields, but also dedicated to working with and teaching undergraduates. These panelists will speak about their experience working with undergraduate scientists and engineers and the extensive opportunities for research at Yale:

  • Jeremiah Quinlan, Dean of Undergraduate Admissions and Financial Aid
  • Debra Fischer, Eugene Higgins Professor of Astronomy and Professor of Geology & Geophysics
  • Marvin Chun, Dean of Yale College, Richard M. Colgate Professor of Psychology and Professor Neuroscience
  • Vincent Wilczynski, Deputy Dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Science and James S Tyler Director of the Yale Center for Engineering Innovation and Design

What to know about this special session:

  • As a participant, you will not share your video or audio.
  • After registering, you will be invited to submit 1-2 questions in advance. Presenters will use the advance questions to guide the panel conversations.
  • Participants will be able to submit questions via live Q&A to the student panelists during the session.  
  • Registrants will receive a confirmation email with a link to the session and instructions on how to use the tele-conferencing platform Zoom.

Before attending, consider registering separately for a virtual information session to learn more about academic programs, residential life, admissions and financial aid from an admissions officer and current student. For schedules and registration, visit apps.admissions.yale.edu/visit.

Registration is no longer available because the registration deadline has passed.