About iCogSci

iCogSci was created by a collaborative effort of undergraduate cognitive science students and faculty at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. iCogSci is governed and maintained by an editorial board of undergraduate students and faculty members from the Cognitive Science Program at Indiana University Bloomington.

The iCogSci project is centered around the following long-term objectives:

  • To present a wide array of information about the field of cognitive science, including history of the field, current research trends, career opportunities, and profiles of U.S. and international cognitive science departments and programs.

  • To promote the study of cognitive science at the undergraduate level both nationally and internationally.

  • To encourage collaboration between students and faculty representing various undergraduate cognitive science programs.

  • To provide students an opportunity to share their research and writings with fellow students and faculty.

  • To support the academic and professional development of undergraduate cognitive science programs and student organizations.
  • iCogSci is maintained by undergraduate students in the Cognitive Science Program at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. As we expand our site, we welcome comments or suggestions you may have. Please direct your comments to the webmaster by clicking this link.



    Editorial Board

    Ronak Shah is a senior studying Cognitive Science and Conflict Resolution.
    Kevin Carlson is a junior studying Cognitive Science and Mathetics.
    Anna Handy is a senior studing Cognitive Science and English.
    Robert Hawkins is a sophomore studying Cognitive Science and Mathematics.
    Lindsey Kitchell is a sophomore studying Cognitive Science and Bioanthropology.
    Casey McGlasson is a sophomore studying Aesthetic Neuroanthropology and Linguistics.
    Alex Nay is a senior studying Cognitive Science.
    Sean Phillips is a sophomore studying Cognitive Science and Telecommunications.
    James Torre is a sophomore studying Cognitive Science.

    iCogSci Staff

    Ronak Shah, Executive Editor and Webmaster
    Ronak Shah is a senior studying Cognitive Science and Conflict Resolution at Indiana University Bloomington. He currently serves as Executive Editor of the Indiana Undergraduate Journal for Cognitive Science, and is acting Webmaster for the iCogSci Project.

    Brenden Sewell, Founder
    Brenden Sewell graduated with a degree in Cognitive Science from Indiana University Bloomington. He formerly served as Executive Editor of the Indiana Undergraduate Journal for Cognitive Science, and founded the iCogSci Project.

    Michelle Capriles-Escobedo, Web Designer
    Michelle Capriles-Escobedo is a Sophomore studying Cognitive Science at Indiana University Bloomington. She designed the iCogSci Project Web Page, and served as Assistant Project Lead to Brenden Sewell.

    Dr. Ruth Eberle, Advisory Staff
    Dr. Eberle is an Assistant Professor of Cognitive Science and Informatics at Indiana University Bloomington. Dr. Eberle also serves as the Director of Technology for the Cognitive Science Program at IUB.

    Dr. Colin Allen, Advisory Staff
    Dr. Allen is a Professor of Cognitive Science and History & Philosophy of Science at Indiana University Bloomington. Dr. Allen is currently Director of the Cognitive Science Program at IUB.

    Dr. Rob Goldstone, Advisory Staff
    Dr. Goldstone is a Professor of Cognitive Science and Psychological & Brain Sciences at Indiana University Bloomington. Dr. Goldstone previously served as the Director of the of the Cognitive Science Program at IUB, as well as Executive Editor of Cognitive Science, the official journal of the Cognitive Science Society. Dr. Goldstone received his Ph.D in Psychology in 1991 from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor.


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    1900 E. 10th St.
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