Three of the nation’s most successful entrepreneurs will help guide the development of Cornell NYC Tech, advising the administration on both academic programming and the physical shape of the new campus.
Andy Warhol is everywhere these days. Turns out, he may be literally everywhere if an imminent, mammoth auction of his work goes forward. Alice Wang '15 tells you why this isn't a good thing and foresees the final demise of the pop art legend.
When Matilda Ceesay ’13 received the opportunity to work for her long-time hero –– Belgian-American designer Diane von Fürstenberg –– at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York City, the fiber science and apparel design major said it was a dream come true.
CornellNYC Tech is “on if not ahead” of schedule, the new campus’ vice president, Cathy Dove, told Crain’s New York Business. Dove was profiled by the business newspaper for its September 10 print issue.
New York City is using funds earmarked for housing the homeless to help fund relocation costs associated with Cornell’s tech campus, according to documents and emails from housing officials obtained by the New York Daily News.
With several notable projects already under his belt, Andrew C. Winters, founding director of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s Office of Capital Project Development, will lead the development of Cornell’s New York City tech campus, the University announced Thursday.