Princeton Graduate Student Research Funding
We are pleased to announce that Princeton graduate students who are active in the Cognitive Science Program may request research funds to support interdisciplinary research in cognitive science. Preference will be given to collaborative proposals that involve people from two or more disciplines. Requests should normally be for amounts up to $5000 per project, however larger requests may occasionally be considered based on merit, interdisciplinarity, and availability of funding.
Graduate students seeking to obtain such funding should submit a 1-2 page description of the project, highlighting its interdisciplinary character and relationship to cognitive science. Proposals should also include a short statement of the student(s)’s involvement with the Program, as well as a brief budget justification. Applicants should also indicate whether they have other funding available to them to support the project, and how crucial receiving cognitive science funding is to the viability of the project.
For full consideration in AY15-16, proposals should be emailed to Brigid Sudnick email@example.com by December 18th 2015. However, proposals will be considered on a rolling basis after that time, for as long as funds are available. Applicants applying after December 18th may check with Brigid Sudnick about whether funds are still available.