Science in the News: Flesh, Blood, and Bone: Unraveling the Mysteries of Evolution
Various Locations Across The New Haven Area
Open to the Public
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Earth is home to a startling variety of life, from giant whales to tiny insects. But how did such a variety of life come about, and how did life change over time? The theory of evolution attempts to answer these questions, but evolution is not as simple as we once thought. Scientists can look at the Flesh of a bird and how it uses wings to fly, look at its Blood and determine how its genes have created the wind itself, and look at the Bones of its ancestors to determine how birds even learned to fly. This installment of Science in the News will describe the various answers to the question “What is Evolution?” and how it explains the myriad of life around us.
YHack: CodeBoola Returns!
April 14, 2019 9AM-4PM
17 Hillhouse Avenue, New Haven
Open to high school students
CodeBoola is a one-day “learnathon” for high school students held by the YHack team, which organizes the annual Yale hackathon. During the day, students will participate in a series of workshops tailed for their experience level and taught by current Yale students, focusing on web design, programming, and entrepreneurship, Through these workshops, students are introduced to computer science concepts, build upon their teamwork skills, and gain fundamentals towards a STEM-based education.
Yale Children’s Theater and the Yale Literary Magazine are hosting a 2-part Journalism writing workshop series for grades 3 -12!
Dates: Saturday, February 23rd & Saturday, March 2nd
Time: 3-5pmLocation: Dwight Hall, 67 High Street, New Haven
Application Deadline: Saturday, February 16th at 12pm
Register Here: https://goo.gl/forms/sujzSTavwSeq4j6x1
If you have any questions, please contact
Rachel Kaufman at: email@example.com
Higher Heights Youth Empowerment Inc. has compiled a list of local and national scholarships for seniors and their parents. See the following link and start applying!
Common App Essay Topics for current juniors are finalized! Click on the following link to take a look and start thinking about the things you could write about!
Interested in a career in law enforcement?
The Future Law Enforcement Youth Academy (FLEYA) training program is an overnight camp in which students are chaperoned by sworn law enforcement and FBI employees. The chaperones chosen who will oversee the daily and evening events include Yale Police Department officers, FBI employees, and FBI National Academy Alumni.
Students receive specific classroom training and practical exercises in investigative forensics, use of cyber technology techniques for combating violent crime, counterintelligence, gang awareness, civil rights (hate crimes), and many more violations of state and federal law. This unique training will include classes with federal agents, assistant U.S. attorneys and state attorneys, local police, and judges.
To Apply: The fourth annual FBI New Haven FLEYA for Connecticut high school students will be held July 14 – 20, 2019 on the Yale University campus. The deadline to apply is April 5, 2019.
Yale Pathways to Arts and Humanities: The Life and Legacy of Frederick Douglass: A Talk and Workshop
Learn about abolitionist, speaker, philosopher, and author Frederick Douglass with Yale Professor David W. Blight – who recently published the most celebrated biography on Frederick Douglass in nearly 30 years. You will leave this event with a deeper understanding of the extraordinary and complex life of one of the greatest orators in American history.
Workshop for students in grades 8-12
Where: Luce Hall, 34 Hillhouse Ave, New Haven, CT 06511
When: February 23, 2019. Doors open @ 9:45am
Workshop following from 10-10:45am
Talk open to the public: 11-12pm
Register at: onhsa.yale.edu/Douglass