The Michele Dufault Endowment for Yale Women in Science was established last week in honor of Michele Dufault, a Yale College senior who passed away after a tragic accident at Sterling Chemistry Laboratory in 2011. Michelle was a double major in physics and astronomy, an accomplished saxophonist, a mentor and a friend to many. The $14 million fund is a testament to the unanimous certainty amongst her professors, colleagues and friends that that her gifts and contributions in science, technology, and innovation would have changed the world. To learn more about the fund and Michele Dufault’s legacy, visit here >

The Michele Dufault Endowment for Yale Women in Science was established last week in honor of Michele Dufault, a Yale College senior who passed away after a tragic accident at Sterling Chemistry Laboratory in 2011. Michelle was a double major in physics and astronomy, an accomplished saxophonist, a mentor and a friend to many. The $14 million fund is a testament to the unanimous certainty amongst her professors, colleagues and friends that that her gifts and contributions in science, technology, and innovation would have changed the world. To learn more about the fund and Michele Dufault’s legacy, visit here > High-res