Milstein Program Collab
The Collab (2 credit) seminar includes a speaker series, dynamic workshops (on public speaking, data visualization, leadership skills, design thinking, etc.) and cross-cohort collaborations.
The goal of the Collab course is:
To establish a structure for students to engage in serious academic pursuits together as a group
To support collaboration and team-building skill development
To encourage engagement in communities outside the classroom
To learn to think conceptually across disciplines
To bring them into contact with a range of dynamic thinkers, artists, and community partners in order to prepare them for their summer residency in New York at Cornell Tech
Other Milstein Program Courses
- Gramophone, Radio, Podcast: Sound Recording as a Medium for Writing with Jeremy Braddock, Associate Professor, English
This class examines current aural technologies of writing: podcasts, audiobooks, site-specific headphones theater. This course will focus on the challenges and opportunities of the present - making recordings along the way - from the point of view of the technologies' long history.
- The Politics of Technology with Sarah Kreps, Professor, Government
This course evaluates the politics of technology including topics such as drones, artificial intelligence, and cyber.
Scholars take two elective courses from among this approved list, including two Milstein Faculty Fellow seminars. These courses study the social, cultural, economic, environmental, physical and psychological impact of technology.
- Electives may be taken at any time during the Milstein Program
- Students may petition to include other courses outside the approved list
Suggested Extracurriculars and Clubs
We encourage Milstein Program Scholars to participate in many extracurricular activities and clubs. This can often be where Milstein Program students will find projects they can join or adapt for their junior year projects.