Month: December 2017

Call for Nominations: The Robert J. Glushko Dissertation Prizes in Cognitive Science

Call for Nominations The Robert J. Glushko Dissertation Prizes in Cognitive Science Nomination Deadline: January 15, 2018 The Cognitive Science Society and the Glushko-Samuelson Foundation seek nominations for up to five outstanding dissertation prizes in cognitive science. The goals of

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Yu in Cognitive Bag Lunch noon Weds. 12/6

Kristine Yu (UMass Linguistics) will present a talk title “Recovering sentence structure from spoken language” in the Cognitive Bag Lunch series, Wednesday at noon in Tobin 521B. All are welcome!

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Info on NIH definition of clinical trials for grant writers

Jeremy Wolfe  has written a post on the NIH definition of clinical trials on the Psychonomic Society’s website. See the post here: https://featuredcontent.psychonomic.org/the-nih-definition-of-clinical-trials-an-update-for-the-holiday-season/

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Nithyanand in CSSI seminar Fri. Dec. 8 12:30-2

The UMass Computational Social Science Institute invites you to an engaging (and timely) talk from a visiting postdoc, collaborating with two CSSI affiliates: Rishab Nithyanand Ford-Mozilla Open Web Fellow, Data & Society, New York Friday, December 8, 2017 • 12:30

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Valentine Hacquard colloquium Friday Dec. 8th at 3:30

Valentine Hacquard of the University of Maryland will be presenting “Learning what ‘must’ and ‘can’ must and can mean”, Friday December 8th at 3:30 in ILC N400. All are welcome – a reception will follow. Abstract. The way languages across the world

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