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Apply for a Visiting Undergraduate Research Fellowship
Start date: January 2016
Application deadline: October 18, 2015
We invite non-IU upper-level undergraduates and recent graduates to apply for the Indiana University Visiting Undergraduate Research Fellowship.
This is a unique opportunity for upper-level undergraduates and recent graduates to attend Indiana University to study with a member of the Cognitive Science Program. The fellowship recipient is awarded the out-of-state portion of tuition, and pays only Indiana Resident tuition and fees for one year (http://admit.indiana.edu/cost/tuition.shtml).
There is a heavy emphasis on conducting original research, with the expectation that the awardee will work closely with a faculty mentor during their time as Fellow. This is excellent preparation for graduate school.
For more information, visit http://www.cogs.indiana.edu/undergraduate/opportunities/visiting-undergraduate-research.php or contact the Director of Undergraduate Studies, Joshua Brown, email@example.com, or the Undergraduate Advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Cognitive Science Program is home to the NSF IGERT doctoral training program in the dynamics of brain-body-environment systems in behavior and cognition.
Trainees receive extensive support and funding for their doctoral studies at IU.