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BEST COGNITIVE SCIENCE POSTER AWARDS--2016 Graduate Interdisciplinary Programs Graduate Student Showcase

We are pleased to announce that Trianna Oglivie and Natalie Dailey have been awarded the 2016 Best Cognitive Science Poster Awards  as part of the 2016 Graduate Interdisciplinary Program Graduate Student Showcase.  As winners of the Cognitive Science awards they will each receive a $100 cash award, certificates from the GIDP, and  of course, they will be able to list this honor on their CVs.  These posters will be presented at the GIDP Graduate Student Showcase to be held on Tuesday, December 6, 2016.

Natalie Dailey will present her poster entitled, "Structural Differences in the Reading Network for Adults with Dyslexia".  Her poster can be viewed here.

The title of Trianna Oglivie's poster is "Receptive Language in SLI" and can be seen at

Our warmest CONGRATULATIONS to Natalie and Trianna.

Posted on December 2, 2016



Cognitive Science Graduate Students with Professor Laura Schulz, the 2016-2017 Roger N. Shepard Visiting Scholar

Laura Schulz, the Shepard Distinguished Visiting Scholar for 2016 met with Cognitive Science graduate students on Friday, October 7th, to discuss research, career options, and other professional issues.  The meeting proved informative and beneficial to those who attended.

Pictures from the Schulz/Grads meeting...

Siyu Wang, Blaine Harper, Laura Schulz, Hicham Assaoui, Stanley Donahoo, and Jessie Erikson (left to right)

Siyu Wang, Blaine Harper, Laura Schulz, Trianna Oglivie, Stanley Donahoo, and Jessie Erikson (left to right)

Congratulations to Yating Liu

The Herbert E. Carter Travel Award has been awarded to Yating Liu.  She will attend the 6th International Conference on Memory, July 17-22, 2016, in Budapest, Hungary.

(Posted: 06/06/2016)

Stanley Donahoo Receives Gruener Research Travel Award

Congratulations to Stanley Donahoo (Linguistics major; Cognitive Science minor) who has been selected as the recipient of the 2016 Raphael & Jolene Gruener Research Travel Award.  The award totals $500.00 for travel to Berlin, Germany, July 15, 2016 to August 15, 2016.  Stanley's research on “Cross-Linguistics aspects of implicatures” has been selected, in particular, because of the high quality of the research he has proposed.

(Posted: 03/29/2016)