Skip navigation and jump directly to page content
Indiana University Bloomington
Choose site to be searched
Type search terms

Current News

Phi Beta Kappa Honors chapter induction
Congratulations to Calvin Isch, Kierra Willis and Khushboo Chougule, our Cognitive Science seniors, inducted on 12/10/2019 to the Phi Beta Kappa Honors chapter.

Cognitive Science Ph.D. Program Accepting Applications for fall 2020
The Cognitive Science Program is currently accepting applications for the Ph.D. program for 2020 fall matriculation. Information about the application procedure is available at Admission to the Cognitive Science Ph.D. Program. Deadline for international and domestic applicants is December 1, 2019.

NFS Graduate Research Fellowship Program Awards
Congratulations to our students who won NFS Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) awards. Christina Sluka, an Animal Behavior undergraduate who just completed her honors thesis with Professor Jonathon Crystal, was awarded a GRFP. She will do her graduate studies at the University of Wyoming's Zoology and Physiology Ph.D. program. Willa Mannering - working with Professor Mike Jones - and Keiland Cooper - working with Professor Ehren Newman - received honorable mentions.

More News and Announcements

Cognitive Scientists in the News

Rats Remember Items in Context Using Episodic Memory
The recently published paper "Rats Remember Items in Context Using Episodic Memory," co-authored by Danielle Panoz-Brown, Hannah E. Corbin, Stefan J. Dalecki, Meredith Gentry, Sydney Brotheridge, Christina M. Sluka, Jie-En Wu, and Jonathon D. Crystal, was featured on NPR. Listen to the discussion here.

Tarun Gangwani Named a Forbes 30 Under 30
Congratulations to our alum Tarun Gangwani (BS, 2011) for being named one of the new Forbes 30 Under 30: Enterprise Tech!

Professor Douglas Hofstadter featured on NPR's Radiolab
Professor Douglas Hofstadter was recently feature on an episode of the science-themed NPR show Radiolab. His portion of the podcast is in the first fifteen minutes and concerns translation.

More Cognitive Scientists in the News