Cornell tech school to be housed temporarily at Google NY
May 21st, 2012
Cornell University’s new tech school will be housed at Google’s New York headquarters while its permanent campus on Roosevelt Island is under construction.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced during a visit to Google’s offices today that the company would donate 22,000 square feet at its offices for use by CornellNYC Tech for nearly 6 years or until its campus is completed. Bloomberg was joined by Google Inc. CEO Larry Page and Corrnell President David J. Skorton for the announcement.
Classes at CornellNYC Tech are scheduled to begin in the fall.
Cornell beat out other universities, including Stanford, in a bid to establishe a cutting-edge technology and enginneering school on city-owned land.By Cristian Salazar on May 21, 2012, 12:20 pm
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