Effective September 15, 2017 the Program in Cognitive Science is pleased to announce funding for undergraduate research in cognitive science for 2017-2018. 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...
The Program in Cognitive Science is pleased to announce the recipients of the Undergraduate Summer Research Fellowship for 2017. The fellowship supports certificate students who wish to remain on campus the summer before senior year to get a head start on their theses.
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.
Congratulations to the 2016-2017 recipients of Cognitive Science graduate student research funding!
The Program in Cognitive Science is advertising a post-doctoral fellowship for next year in collaboration with the University Center for Human Values. We are looking for a promising scholar with a background in cognitive science or a related discipline, including empirically informed and/or experimental...
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.
The Program in Cognitive Science is pleased to announce funding for undergraduate certificate students conducting senior thesis research concerning elements of cognitive science. Students may request up to $1000. Interested students should submit application materials via SAFE. The application...
2016-2017 Undergraduate Research Support
Congratulations to the 2016-2017 Graduate Student Fellows in Cognitive Science!
Gecia Bravo-Hermsdorff (Princeton Neuroscience Institute);
Robin Dembroff (Philosophy);
Ben Deverett (Molecular Biology & Neuroscience);
Jessica Schwab (Psychology)