Stanford University, one of the frontrunners in a competition held by New York City to secure a plot of land and city money to build a high-tech campus, has joined with the City University of New York System to create Stanford@CCNY, a demonstration site at the university's City College campus. The site will serve as a pilot site for Stanford's undergraduate curriculum in entrepreneurship, technology management, and related areas. If Stanford's proposal to build a new campus is accepted by the city, it will offer joint degree programs created by faculty from both institutions through 2016, when the new campus would become operational.
Colleges have until Oct. 28 to submit proposals under the competition staged by Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Stanford and Cornell University have been the most public about their interest in generating proposals, but other universities, including Columbia, New York University, and Carnegie Mellon University, are also working on proposals. The city plans to select the winner by the end of the calendar year.
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