Technical papers: Cornell trip summary


 

Since the mid-90s,  D.C.  visitors have favored majors in lab-based sciences and the School of Engineering at Cornell.   The technical papers below highlight applicant preferences based on surveys of trip attendees.  As the D.C. region now attracts (even) New Yorkers,   the savvy ones  know that  what you  study drives your career.  For prospective students, Cornell Sciences and Engineering  are life opportunities. 

The surveys reveal that interest in pure  humanities  has changed;  fewer applicants aim for pre-law even though D.C. has the largest concentration of lawyers across the U.S.

Overall, applicants and industry consider Cornell to be strong in technical fields, humanities, and applied areas.

Read about it, data point by data point in papers below.