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Full-time graduate students in the program are supported by:

All include tuition remission. Assistantships generally involve fifteen to twenty hours of work per week with a faculty member. Application details vary for the Joint and Stand-alone degrees.

Support for summer is available from a variety of sources (university and federal) but, sometimes not guaranteed. Among the sources are Cognitive Science summer fellowships awarded on a competitive basis. An announcement is distributed during the winter concerning this competition.

Training Grants

Groups of researchers from Cognitive Science participate in several training grants. Four such grants are of particular interest.
  • The Training Grant in Speech, Hearing, and Sensory Communications
    • Directed by Professor David Pisoni
    • Presently supports 4 postdoctoral trainees, 4 pre-doctoral trainees, and 4 medical students.

  • The Training Grant in Modeling of Cognition
    • Directed by Professors James Townsend and Richard Shiffrin
    • Presently supports 2 pre-doctoral trainees and 1 postdoctoral trainee.

  • The Training Grant in the Departments of Psychology, Speech and Hearing Sciences, and Kinesiology
    • Directed by Professor Linda Smith
    • Supports 5 pre-doctoral and 3 postdoctoral trainees.

  • Training Grant in the Computer Science Department
    "Robotics and Intelligent Systems"
    • Administered by Professors Stephan Johnson and Jonathan Mills.