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  1. New Haven. , Connecticut. , United States. Sheffield Scientific School was founded in 1847 as a school of Yale College in New Haven, Connecticut, for instruction in science and engineering. Originally named the Yale Scientific School, it was renamed in 1861 in honor of Joseph E. Sheffield, a railroad executive.

  2. The Sheffield Scientific School, like the Graduate School, had its origins in the Department of Philosophy and the Arts established in 1847. It was given its name by the Yale Corporation in 1861 in recognition of the support of Joseph Earl Sheffield of New Haven who not only gave the first building but also provided funds for its equipment and ...

  3. Sheffield Scientific School. The Yale Scientific School was founded in 1854 and renamed the Sheffield Scientific School in 1861 after a generous donor. The School’s Board was incorporated in 1871 to promote the study of the physical, natural, and mathematical sciences in the School.

  4. The Sheffield Scientific School officially became a part of Yale College in 1945, and its legacy continues to pervade our modern Yale’s excellence in the sciences, social structure, academic and residential buildings, and even the Yale Scientific Magazine.

  5. View full image. These days, all Yale undergraduates work toward bachelor of arts or bachelor of science degrees. But from 1852 to 1931, the university granted another undergraduate degree—the bachelor of philosophy (PhB), a three-year course of study in the Sheffield Scientific School.

  6. SHEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL. SHEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL originated in two professorships established by Yale College in 1846: agricultural chemistry (John Pitkin Norton) and practical chemistry (Benjamin Silliman Jr.). As the School of Applied Chemistry, it opened in 1847 under Yale's new Department of Philosophy and the Arts.

  7. The Sheffield Scientific School — originally called the Yale Scientific School and informally “the Sheff” — was established in 1854, with the School of Applied Chemistry, formed in 1846, as its foundation.