The Milstein summer program at Cornell Tech is designed to be an immersive, engaged learning experience focused on bridging between technological and humanistic understandings of our world. Through mentored workshops, independent projects, collaboration with diverse communities and real-world engagement in NYC, students will develop a situated appreciation of both the forefront of technological innovation as well as the human context in which it is unfolding.
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The program will be interleaved with experiential activities connecting students to the life and fabric of NYC, including visits to cultural institutions and participation in local arts events, and to one another and their mentors. Students will also contribute to the local Roosevelt Island community by working with local groups and participating in shared events and activities. By the end of the program, students will gain:
- Unique academic experiences that integrate theory, methods, technology, texts
- Bridged learning between classroom and other contexts (trips, events, field work)
- Collaboration both within the cohort and with other stakeholders
- Deep connection to NYC, and its diverse people and places
Led by: Tapan Parikh
Students will deepen their theoretical and historical perspective on social change, and creatively envision various alternatives for the relationship between social change and technology. We will read a range of revolutionary thinkers – including, but not limited to: Adam Smith, Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, Antonio Gramsci, Frantz Fanon, Paulo Freire, Gandhi and E.F. Schumacher. We will use these theories as a lens to reflect both upon existing technology and the underlying relations that create and sustain it, as well as to envision new technological possibilities supported by (and supporting) alternative forms of social organization. We will also watch a number of films for further commentary and reflection on some of the ideas from the class.
Contemporary debates around the social implications of artificial intelligence – particularly the disconnect between communities impacted by sociotechnical systems and the computer scientists who design them – resurface “relational ways of knowing” as a core competency for technologists. This course will challenge students to develop their relational competency through situated listening experiences, readings, trips and conducting oral history interviews. The course will also introduce students to the process of managing an oral history archive, including doing transcriptions, managing data and sharing content online, and to relate these practices to broader questions regarding the collection and usage of electronic data.
Led by: Tao Leigh Goffe
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6/4 Sara Vogel
6/11 Josh Blumenstock
6/18 Ingrid Burrington
6/25 Keyon Vafa
7/2 Joshua Bennett
7/9 Lilly Irani
7/16 Shannon Mattern
Listening in the Wake
Sound x Color
Curating the Future
First day of workshops
End of program
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What are the costs of participating in the Milstein Summer Program at Cornell Tech?
While there is no cost associated with participating in the summer academic program, students will be expected to bear their own housing and dining costs, adjusted by demonstrated financial aid need. We are currently working out housing and dining costs and hope to be able to share those shortly. For the Class of 2023 cohort, all housing and dining costs will be met by the program due to a miscommunication when admitting students.
Are students expected to reside on campus?
Normally, students are expected to reside in the House at Cornell Tech for the duration of the summer program. For more information about living on campus, including housing, dining and other aspects of student life, please see this document. For summer 2023 only, due to the COVID-19 crisis, the program will be conducted virtually.
Will the program help in identifying potential internship opportunities for students?
We will provide opportunities for students to connect with companies and other organizations who are potentially interested in sponsoring projects and internships for the second summer of the program. We also plan to provide support for some internships working with Cornell Tech research projects, city agencies, non-profits and local community-based organizations.
Can I do another job or internship while participating in the program?
Our program is designed to be an immersive, full-time program. As such, you will not have time to take on an additional job or internship while the summer program is in session. For summer 2023 only, due to the COVID-19 crisis, the program will be conducted part-time in the evenings allowing students to do another job or internship.
Do I have to participate in the program? Are there any alternatives to participation?
As a Milstein student you are required to participate in the summer program at Cornell Tech.
Can I participate in the program after my freshman year instead?
We are exploring the possibility of allowing rising sophomores to apply to attend the program in the summer of 2021. We will provide further information in the Fall. For summer 2023, due to the COVID-19 crisis, rising sophomores are welcome and encouraged to participate in the virtual online program.
MEET THE TEAM
RevTech Workshop Lead
Curating the Future Workshop Lead
Tao Leigh Goffe
Sound x Color Workshop Lead