A diverse and evolving collection of collaborations between Sewanee and Yale combines the unique strengths of these two institutions, offering exceptional opportunities for students, faculty, and community partners.

Cross-institutional collaborations include courses, research projects, and community engagement efforts, with a goal of integrating these in meaningful and innovative ways. 


Summer Internships

This summer internship offers Sewanee undergraduates an eight-week mentored research experience under the auspices of the Yale Child Study Center at the Yale School of Medicine. Based on their interests and goals, students are matched with faculty research mentors in labs affiliated with the Yale Child Study Center, Yale's Departments of Psychology and Psychiatry, and more!

Summer + Semester Directed Research

An opportunity to spend a summer and the following semester at Yale pursuing one or more research projects, participating in weekly research meetings, and taking courses offered by the Child Study Center. Students are mentored by both Sewanee and Yale faculty, who assist the student in developing a plan of study and research.

Mentors & Projects

Learn more about the Yale mentors and research projects that students have engaged with.


Anna Püsök Begins Semester + Summer Research Experience at Yale Child Study Center

Congratulations to Anna Püsök on her May 2021 acceptance to the Sewanee-At-Yale Directed Research Program, and on the actual start of her pandemic-delayed time at Yale in January 2022!


Collaborative research

Sewanee students participating in summer internships and the semester + summer directed research program at Yale have co-authored research articles published in peer-reviewed journals.

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