Eight faculty members at Indiana University have been named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Applicants to the Cognitive Science Ph.D. program are encouraged to apply to the Interdisciplinary Training Program in Complex Networks and Systems.
Now Accepting Applications for Fall 2019.
The Cognitive Science Program is currently accepting applications for the Ph.D. program for 2019 fall matriculation.
Congratulations to Dr. Shahzeen Attari for winning a 2018 Andrew Carnegie Fellowship to work on her project, “Motivating Climate Change Solutions by Fusing Facts and Feelings."
Congratulations to our newly-minted PhDs, Marlena Fraune (heading to New Mexico State) and Ben Motz (staying at IU)!
The Cognitive Science Society congratulates the 2018 Glushko Dissertation Prize Winners.
Congratulations to all participants, organizers and judges. Thank you for another great MUCSC!
Mayor John Hamilton announced that seven local women will be honored during Women’s History Month in March for their outstanding service to our community.
Congratulations to Professor John Kruschke for being named Provost Professor.
The National Academy of Sciences has named IU Distinguished Professor Richard Shiffrin the 2018 recipient of the Atkinson Prize in Psychological and Cognitive Sciences.
Katy Börner, a distinguished professor of engineering and information science at the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering, has been honored with the Humboldt Research Award which is given annually by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation for lifetime achievement.
Linda Smith, named a 2018 William James Fellow of the Association for Psychological Science
Fritz Breithaupt, named IU Provost Professor
Congratulations to Professor Jerome Busemeyer who has been promoted to distinguished professor, the highest academic rank for scholars and researchers at Indiana University.
Congratulations to Willa Mae Mannering for her Fall 2017 election into Phi Beta Kappa, the oldest and most prestigious academic honor society in the country.
The Psychonomic Society is the preeminent society for the experimental study of cognition.
Dear COGS community, thank you for joining us on Saturday, 09/16/2017 for our Annual Cognitive Science picnic at the amazing Stoneage Institute. Wishing you a great academic year 2017/2018.
Professors Franco Pestilli and Beth Plale have received support from Microsoft to advance the future of neuroscience research and data science training.
Congratulations to Melody Dye. Her submission, “Cute Little Puppies and Nice Cold Beers: An Information Theoretic Analysis of Prenominal Adjectives”, has been selected for the Marr Prize at the CogSci2017 Conference in London. This prize is named in honor of the late David Marr and is given to the best student paper at the conference.
Thanks to Saptarshi and his Robots for a successful outreach event - Science Night at Project School on April 12th 2017.