Cornell Enrolls First Class in New NYC Tech Program

January 22, 2013

Cornell University opened classes this week at its new technology master's program in New York City, which the university is operating in partnership with Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, The New York Times reported. Eight students are in the first class, but the program projects 2,000 students by 2037. Cornell and the Technion jointly won a contest sponsored by New York City to create the program, which has an emphasis on training students who will work with or start their own tech companies.


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