Google donates office space to help Cornell University begin New York City graduate school

May 24, 2012
Space will help Cornell establish program while it waits for $2 billion campus to be built

From The New York Daily News: Google is donating $10 million worth of office space to students enrolling in Cornell University’s to-be-built graduate engineering school campus on Roosevelt Island in New York City. The company is allocating 22,000 square feet of its Chelsea offices for free so students at the engineering school can start studying before a $2 billion campus is completed in five years.

EARLIER....From The New York Times: Architect Thom Mayne of the firm Morphosishas been selected to design the first academic building for Cornell University’s high-tech graduate school campus on Roosevelt Island in New York City.

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