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The Project Course: Spring 2014

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Jessy Hsieh

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The Project Course:
Spring 2014

Adam Brandenburger and
Jessy Hsieh
An Experiment in Real Time
What kinds of questions?
We will look for questions about
entire systems
individual organizations.
We will look for new ways to ask existing questions.
We will likely find completely new questions to ask.
---economic, political,
social--- rather than about
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The Project Course Design Principles
1. The course will be
2. We aim to create a distinct
cohort experience.
What does achieving our goals
mean to us?
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If we achieve our goals in the course, we will have:
a. sharpened our ability to ask questions.
b. refined the statements of some big questions of the day.
c. identified new questions yet to be asked.
We expect some challenges as well
Together, we will have successes in the classroom.
There are bound to be some failures too.
Perhaps, we will decide they were "successful failures!"
The Project Application Process
The online application is available at http://nyustern.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_cUdfajRMBCUoESN
If submitting an essay as your statement of interest, attach a file in the space provided.
If submitting a video as your statement of interest, include a link to your video in the space provided.
Applications are due no later than 5:00 PM on Friday, January 3, 2014
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Jan 3
Online Applications
Jan 6-8
Notification & Sign-Ups
Jan 9-17
(in person
or online)
Jan 20
Jan 23
Invitation acceptances
Jan 24-Feb 5
Feb 5
The Project: Important Dates
Email: jhsieh@stern.nyu.edu
Phone: 212-992-6834
"In order to progress, we must recognize our ignorance."

- Richard Feynman
Could the focus of a course be on questions rather than on questions?
3. We are committed to creating
that will the evolution of our thinking.

individual milestones
collectively demonstrate
Complete all sections of the online application. Submit it by 5:00 PM on Friday, January 3, 2014. The second screen will ask for your statement of interest.
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