YALE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
Dwight Hall at Yale is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that was founded by undergraduates in 1886 and has operated continuously since then as a student-led entity. As the Center for Public Service and Social Justice, Dwight Hall reflects a diverse Yale student body and a strong history of social justice work in New Haven and beyond. Dwight Hall at Yale is an independent, nonsectarian umbrella organization, and the largest campus-based student-run service organization in the country.
The entrepreneurship program at Yale SOM has three goals: to expand entrepreneurship curriculum to meet student demand, to support and encourage SOM student-founded ventures while at Yale, and to build a culture of entrepreneurship at the Yale School of Management and across Yale University.
From the forest to the farm to our hives and grassland, the Yale Landscape Lab offers opportunities for the next generation of landscape-shifting ideas to be tested in a lab context replicating real world conditions. With the soil as floor and the sky as ceiling, we create environments where experimentation is encouraged, and where potential failure is embraced as a necessary step to cultivating an ethic of innovation and sustainability.
Since 2006, the Yale Center for Business and the Environment (CBEY) has been educating and inspiring interdisciplinary sustainability leaders through business solutions to systemic environmental problems. Through interdisciplinary programs, research and outreach, CBEY has equipped a growing network of leaders with the skills and collaborative opportunities to create innovative and sustainable solutions to challenges facing the human and natural systems upon which we all rely.
The Lab brings together Yale partners, local New Haven residents and organizations, government officials, and policymakers to create one of the first student-focused models of a university-community policy partnership in the United States. The Policy Lab is poised to help improve local policy initiatives and make New Haven a national model of research-community partnerships.
CCAM is an art and technology research center at Yale that fosters interdisciplinary inquiry, discourse, production, and research across an expanding ´¼üeld of artistic, scientific and technological practice. The center is driven by collaborative projects that are developed by faculty and students university wide.
Launched in 2017, CITY serves students from across Yale's campus through programs, funding, and mentorship. We're building a new kind of innovation center, one rooted in radical inclusivity: here, students from all backgrounds tackle issues like climate change and civic engagement, develop creative projects from documentary films to digital platforms, and launch high-growth ventures and movements. Whether you have a big idea you're ready to build on or just want to explore the mindsets and tools of innovation, we can help you get there.
The Program on Social Enterprise (PSE) supports scholars, students, alumni, and practitioners interested in exploring the ways in which business skills and market disciplines can be harnessed to most effectively and efficiently achieve social objectives. PSE facilitates work on nonprofit and public sector social entrepreneurship as well as initiatives in private sector social enterprise.
The CEID acts as both an educational resource as well as a focal point for design and engineering at Yale. The 8,700 square foot design lab combines an open studio, lecture hall, wet lab, and meeting rooms. The studio is equipped with 3-D printers, a sewing station, hand-tools, electronics work stations, and a variety of materials for our members to use. Members have 24/7 access to the studio space, as well as to a state of-the-art machine shop, wood + plastics shop, and wet lab while CEID staff are present.
OCR's mission is to guide and support Yale researchers in the advancement of their innovations in furtherance of the University's goal of fostering a culture of innovation, entrepreneurship and partnership across the Yale community.
The Yale Center for Biomedical Innovation and Technology (CBIT) is an interdisciplinary initiative to foster greater innovation in healthcare. It is a consortium of engineers, clinicians, scientists, innovators and entrepreneurs to help incubate, support, implement, and potentially bring to market novel technical approaches to address under-met clinical needs.