Monday, Apr 11, 2016
The Program in Cognitive Science is seeking applications from Princeton Ph.D. students to become Graduate Student Fellows in Cognitive Science. To be eligible, students must be post-generals, and plan to be in residence at Princeton throughout AY 16-17.
Thursday, Mar 31, 2016
Congratulations to the recipients of the 2015-2016 Undergraduate Summer Research Fellowship! Recipient Project Title Penina Krieger (Neuroscience)
Thursday, Feb 25, 2016
Faculty looking to bring 2016-17 Visiting Student Research Collaborators to campus in cognitive science may request support from the Program for up to $1000 per year to defray the costs associated with the monthly enrollment fees for the student.
Thursday, Feb 18, 2016
The Program is delighted to welcome Hanna Pickard and Ian Phillips as Visiting Research Scholars for a 3-year period, starting Fall 2017.
Monday, Feb 8, 2016
The Program in Cognitive Science is accepting applications for a competitive summer research fellowship program to support undergraduates who wish to remain on campus the summer before senior year to begin work on their senior theses.
Thursday, Jan 21, 2016
The Program in Cognitive Science has awarded course development funding to Alin I. Coman (Psychology and Public Affairs) on his course, Social Cognition: The Psychology of Interactive Minds, and Casey Lew-Williams (Psychology) on his course, Developmental Origins of Life Outcomes. Congratulations!
Monday, Jan 11, 2016
Congratulations to the 2015-2016 recipients of Cognitive Science Graduate Research Funding!
Wednesday, Dec 16, 2015
The Program in Cognitive Science is pleased to announce new funding for undergraduate research in cognitive science. Undergraduate certificate students may request up to $1000 to support independent work related to cognitive science. Other proposed uses, such as travel support for cognitive science related purposes, will also be considered.
Tuesday, Dec 1, 2015
The Program in Cognitive Science seeks proposals from faculty who are interested in developing undergraduate courses with substantial cognitive science content. This could involve developing a brand new course, or could involve rethinking an established course so as to include rich, interdisciplinary cognitive science content.