Graduating seniors and their families gathered in Weiser Hall on May 2 to celebrate the highlights and accomplishments of the Cognitive Science class of 2019. The evening reception was hosted by the Weinberg Institute for Cognitive Science.

Following opening remarks by Director Rick Lewis, students Tess Tobin and Camille Phaneuf addressed the group, offering personal reflections from their time at U-M.

Next came the presentation of the Marshall M. Weinberg Award for Outstanding Cognitive Science Honors Thesis, which this year went to two Cognitive Science students--Camille Phaneuf (presented by professor Daniel Kruger) and Jocelyn Brickman (presented by professor Julie Boland).

A brief address by alumni speaker Logan Bickel (‘18) rounded out the evening, followed by the Director’s closing remarks and recognition of the Cognitive Science Class of 2019.

We wish our graduating students continued success in all their future endeavors!

Check out the graduation reception highlights below in the photo gallery.