Pre-COVID, students in EVOLUTIONS would work together to create an annual exhibit to display in the Yale Peabody Museum. The topic of each exhibit is chosen by the students and is worked on throughout EVO classes during the year. The exhibits serve as a way for students to showcase the knowledge they've learned, practice their collaborative skills, and demonstrate how they use their creativity to tell a compelling story.
While these exhibits are currently not on display, you can explore a snapshot of each previous EVO exhibit by using the links below.
The through the lens exhibits portrays climate change at a local aspect. Students explored the causes and effects of climate change in the New Haven area.
The exhibit recognizes that women have always been present in STEM but are not always shown by the media.