Cognitive Science students and faculty gathered to share their latest cognitive science ideas and research at the third annual Cognitive Science Colloquium, held on March 23 in Weiser Hall.
Hosted by the Cognitive Science Community student organization with support from the Weinberg Institute, the 2019 event featured invited faculty presentations by U-M professors Jonathan Brennan, Nick Ellis, and Nia Dowell, a number of undergraduate research presentations and posters, and a graduate and professional panel session.
The event offered a fantastic opportunity to learn about a variety of new ideas in cognitive science, research opportunities, and career pathways, as well as a great way to engage with people in cognitive science from a wide range of backgrounds.
Thank you to the Cognitive Science Community for a successful event! Photos by Tianyu Jiang.