The Next Open Labs Science Café:
Event time: Sunday, April 8th, 2018 from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
Kindly plan to arrive between 2:00 and 2:15pm.
Kroon Hall, Knobloch Environmental Center
195 Prospect Street
New Haven, CT 06511 See map
Join us for our Pathways Science Café where rock-star graduate students will talk about their research while you enjoy snacks, hot cocoa, and coffee. Talks are only 10 minutes long; with a TED-like flavor, they are geared for a lay audience, but are highly informative and visually striking. Following the talks, graduate students will be available to answer questions about scientific research and college preparation. Pathways Science Cafe has limited space for students and their family members. Please register today!
Please come back for more information on speakers.
Parking: Street parking (free on weekends) is available on Trumbull, Hillhouse, Grove, College, and Prospect Streets. Additional parking is available at Yale’s Ingalls Ice Rink.
To see video and photos from previous Science Cafes, click the links below!
Volunteer with Open Labs
Interested in becoming a fellow of Open Labs?
We need you (grads and undergrads) on the day-of-the-event to chat face-to-face with our aspiring young scholars (high- and middle-school students) and their parents! Tell them what it's like to be a graduate or undergraduate students; let them step into your shoes! How did you get to where you are? Share your passions and experiences while learning about Science and outreach. Find out what great things the Open Labs team is up to, contribute your own ideas, and make them happen with the support of Open Labs!
Please fill out the form below if you are interested in joining the team & helping out.
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
What else do we do?
For the community: From in-school visits and demos, to creating digital content to follow up Science Cafe visits, to setting up mentorships. We are the gateway for our young students' pathways to science. Our website offers more detail, but the best way to find information is to email email@example.com and request to attend an executive board meeting.
For graduate, professional, and undergraduate students: Open Labs's vision is to make distinctive, lasting, and substantial growth in the life of young scholars and the community. To do so, we're on a mission to attract, excite, and develop passionate and exceptional people on our team. Our values-driven team is a resource for you and our resources and abilities are the gateway to realizing YOUR ideas on how to make distinctive, lasting, and substantial growth in the life of young scholar and the community.
Our website offers more detail, but the best way to find information is to email firstname.lastname@example.org and request to attend an executive board meeting.