Abena Gyasi is a Biology & Society and Psychology major.Read More
Milstein Program in Technology and Humanity
The Milstein Program selects twenty-five extraordinary first year undergraduates each year to develop a cross-disciplinary cohort, trained in intersectional thinking, dynamic collaboration, and emergent technology, to engage with today’s most pressing issues. The Program provides a supportive community of engaged learners, along with Faculty Fellow seminars, a speaker series, short courses, mentorship, career development, and funded research opportunities, including an 8 week immersive experience at Cornell Tech on Roosevelt Island. We are the & in Arts & Sciences.
Milstein Program scholars take a series of Milstein Program courses and electives, including MStudio, First-year project, Sophomore Seminar, Junior Project and select from a curated list of approved courses and seminars.
Students may choose among the special immersive skills-based "short courses" designed for Milstein Scholars.
Summer at Cornell Tech
The Milstein Summer Program at Cornell Tech is designed to be an immersive and collaborative learning experience, bridging the technological and humanistic understandings of our world through a series of mentored workshops, guest seminars, group projects, innovation challenges, and real-world engagements in New York City. Over the course of 8-weeks, students develop a situated appreciation for technological innovation, as well as the human context in which it unfolds.
Milstein Program Events
Milstein Program News
The 3-D tour focuses on the building, its foundation, the archaeological excavation underway and a Civil War monument on the church site.Read More
From a nanoscale “brobot” flexing its muscles to a discussion of the artistry of scientific images, participants at a March 9 event got an up-close look at how quantum science and nanotechnology are shaping our lives.Read More
Milstein students Gloria Cai (‘24), Keyi Ding (‘23), and Noah Watson ('23) contributed to "(Mis)Information on Digital Platforms" article with Cornell Professor Sarah Kreps.Read More
Designer/Technologist/Critic Prof. Csikszentmihalyi (Info Science) spoke about his career as an artist and technologist, dedicated to developing technologies that don't reinforce the status quo. He is the former founder/director of the MIT Center for Future Civic Media and MIT Media Lab's Computing...Read More