Want a Job in Silicon Valley After Yale? Good Luck With That

One of the world's top universities in most respects, Yale has fallen way behind in computer science

Students line up for commencement on the campus of Yale University in New Haven, Conn., on May 20, 2013.

Photographer: Jessica Hill/AP Photo

Max Nova, a technology entrepreneur, graduated from Yale University, as did his father and grandfather. Yet Nova couldn't convince his sister or twin brothers to accept offers of admission to his alma mater because of the school's weak computer science department.

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