The news was met with cheers from supporters on two continents. After months of negotiations, Cornell and Technion's proposal was announced the winner of a bid to build a groundbreaking campus in New York City.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Cornell President David Skorton and Technion President Peretz Lavie today announced a historic partnership to build an applied science and engineering campus on Roosevelt Island in New York City. (Dec. 19, 2011)
On Oct. 28, Cornell will submit its proposal to build a world-class technology campus in New York City. In partnership with Technion, the campus promises to spur economic development in the city. (Oct. 27, 2011)
Four years before its sesquicentennial, Cornell is poised to expand its reach, enhance its academic prowess and extend its leadership, President David Skorton said in his State of the University Address Oct. 21. (Oct. 21, 2011)
Cornell and The Technion - Israel Institute of Technology have announced a new partnership to create a world-class applied science and engineering campus in New York City, as outlined by Mayor Michael Bloomberg. (Oct. 18, 2011)
The Class of 2014 is 'incredibly diverse' and 'exceptionally talented,' said Doris Davis, Cornell's associate provost for admissions and enrollment. Students represent 42 countries and 49 states. (Aug. 16, 2010)