Skip to content

Past Community Pipeline Programs

The Citizen Science Lab has offered a variety of Pipeline Programs throughout its existence. By their nature, financial support for Community Pipeline Programs is absolutely essential to provide free access to knowledge and learning for our students. Some of our past Programs have retained funding year after year, and some of them are only funded for a short amount of time.

Please see the links below for examples of some of our past Community Pipeline Programs!

Past Community Pipeline Programs

Free programs sponsored by our partners to increase underrepresented youth interest in STEM.

A man and boy holding remote controls in their hands.

Drone Academy

Students learn to safely operate drones to capture video footage.

Sponsored by The Buhl Foundation

A woman in lab coat and mask holding up her hands.

NSF Mammalian Evolution

Participants learned how to extract and analyze DNA, eventually building their own phylogenetic tree.

Sponsored by the National Science Foundation, in partnership with Carnegie Mellon

Two people in lab coats and blue gloves work on a project.


International synthetic biology competition.

Sponsored by the RK Mellon Foundation

Donors + Sponsors

Awards + Recognition

A logo for the citizen science lab.


A group of people in lab coats and gloves working on something.

Hill District Lab
The Hill District location is currently under a relocated plan.

A group of people in lab coats and gloves.

South Hills Lab
1699 Washington Rd.
Suite 200
Pittsburgh PA 15228
(814) 830-3100

Back To Top