Yale Peabody Museum EVOLUTIONS Program

The Hull lab has been a host lab for high school student interns from the EVOLUTIONS Program since 2013.  EVOLUTIONS (EVoking Learning and Understanding Through  Investigations OF the Natural Sciences) is an after school program through the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History.  The EVOLUTIONS program provides New Haven high school students with experience in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) careers.
This summer we are working together with Ellen Thomas to host four high school students.  These students are gaining first hand experience in paleoceanographic research by preparing deep sea sediments for analysis and through the development of an educational module for the Yale Peabody Museum on geological time and past climate change. This educational collaboration is funded by NSF Grants OCE-1335261 (Hull) and OCE-1232413 (Thomas), and through a Paleontological Society Outreach and Education Grant (Thomas, Hull, Motto), and is made possible by Andrea Motto (EVOLUTIONS Director) and Matt Ormrod (Peabody Evolutions mentor).

More information can be found here:  http://peabody.yale.edu/education/evolutions

How Science Works

Pincelli is featured in a new “How Science Works” video produced by Maarten Roos and Dan Brinkhuis (Science Media.nl) and Jen Collins (Ocean Leadership) in collaboration with Berkeley’s Understanding Science initiative.

Check out the video here:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JH0_xC7q9tU

Expedition 342

Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) Expedition 342 sailed in 2012. Celli was a member of the science team studying past climate of the Atlantic by drilling ocean sediment cores on the Newfoundland and the J-Anomaly Ridges.

Video links can be found here:


and preliminary cruise results here: