[visionlist] University of Delaware Undergraduate Workshop in Cognitive and Brain SciencesPosted: January 30, 2017
Are you an undergraduate interested in learning more about cognitive and brain
sciences? If so, the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at
the University of Delaware is holding its 1st Annual Summer Workshop
in Cognitive and Brain Sciences. This program, from June 5th-16th,
2017, is an intensive workshop for undergraduates who are interested in
cognitive research. Participants will receive immersive training in
cognitive and brain sciences, including both formal coursework, interactive
teaching, and hands-on experience with functional neuroimaging, non-invasive brain
stimulation, cognitive neuropsychological research, and more.
Thanks to funding from the National Science Foundation,
participant expenses involving travel, tuition, room and board will be covered
for the entire two-week program. Furthermore, selected workshop attendees
will have the opportunity to engage in cognitive neuroscience research over the
entire summer at the University of Delaware. Those students will be
provided with a stipend, in addition to workshop expenses.
We encourage all undergraduates with a strong interest in
the cognitive and brain sciences to apply. We also encourage
students from underrepresented backgrounds to apply. Applications are due March
1st. For more information, please go to https:/www.psych.udel.edu/brainworkshop. If you have any questions, please contact the workshop organizers (Drs. Jared
Medina & Anna Papafragou) at firstname.lastname@example.org.