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 these prizes are to increase the prominence of cognitive science, and encourage students to engage in interdisciplinary efforts to understand minds and intelligent systems. The hope is that the prizes will recognize and honor young researchers conducting ground-breaking research in cognitive science. The eventual goal is to aid in efforts to bridge between the areas of cognitive science and create theories of general interest to the multiple fields concerned with scientifically understanding the nature of minds and intelligent systems. Promoting a unified cognitive science is consistent with the belief that understanding how minds work will require the synthesis of many different empirical methods, formal tools, and analytic theories. The prize was first begun in 2011, and 2018 will occasion the induction of the eighth group of prize winners. Up-to-date information on the prizes can be found here.
See the full announcement here.