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Melody Dye Wins the Marr Prize
Congratulations to Melody Dye. Her submission, “Cute Little Puppies and Nice Cold Beers: An Information Theoretic Analysis of Prenominal Adjectives”, has been selected for the Marr Prize at the CogSci2017 Conference in London. This prize is named in honor of the late David Marr and is given to the best student paper at the conference.

Cognitive Science reaches out to local Elementary school
Thanks to Saptarshi and his Robots for a successful outreach event - Science Night at Project School on April 12th 2017. The images can be found here.

Cognitive Science Ph.D. Program Accepting Applications for Fall 2018
The Cognitive Science Program is currently accepting applications for the Ph.D. program for 2018 fall matriculation. Information about the application procedure is available at Admission to the Cognitive Science Ph.D. Program. Deadline for international and domestic applicants is December 1, 2017.
Special Ph.D. Program in Evolution of Cognition--Now Accepting Applications for Fall 2018. Information about this special program and the application procedure is available here. Deadline for applications for this special program is December 1, 2017.

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Rats Remember Items in Context Using Episodic Memory
The recently published paper "Rats Remember Items in Context Using Episodic Memory," co-authored by Danielle Panoz-Brown, Hannah E. Corbin, Stefan J. Dalecki, Meredith Gentry, Sydney Brotheridge, Christina M. Sluka, Jie-En Wu, and Jonathon D. Crystal, was featured on NPR. Listen to the discussion here.

Tarun Gangwani Named a Forbes 30 Under 30
Congratulations to our alum Tarun Gangwani (BS, 2011) for being named one of the new Forbes 30 Under 30: Enterprise Tech!

Professor Douglas Hofstadter featured on NPR's Radiolab
Professor Douglas Hofstadter was recently feature on an episode of the science-themed NPR show Radiolab. His portion of the podcast is in the first fifteen minutes and concerns translation.

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