Aug 24: Cornell Cog Sci co-director Morton Christiansen's recent plenary lecture at the 13th International Congress for the Study of Child Language (University of Amsterdam, 15 July 2014) can be viewed as a streaming video here.
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The interdisciplinary Cognitive Science program at Cornell supports connections to Psychology, Computer Science, Linguistics, Human Development, Philosophy, Neurobiology, Information Science, Mathematics, computational vision, and computational linguistics.
Throughout the academic year the Cog Sci program offers undergraduate and graduate minors; an international lecture series; Sprocket, the cog sci film series (in conjunction with COGST 1101: Introduction to Cognitive Science); graduate and undergraduate travel grants; and the new Grad Convo luncheon premiering this May.
Students and faculty are encouraged to attend our extracurricular programs in order to facilitate interesting and intellectual discussions, and to gain exposure to a variety of related fields.