We, the Department of Cognitive Science at JHU, stand with the voices of the Black Lives Matter movement. Black lives matter. Not only do they matter, but we value Black voices and experiences in our department and, more broadly, our field. We stand in solidarity with Black, Latinx, and Indigenous communities [...]
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We congratulate Pang Chaisilprungraung on successfully passing her doctoral defense. Pang is headed next to a postdoc research fellowship at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research. Brava, Pang! Her […]
Kiley McKee has received this year's excellence award! Each spring, our faculty members choose a graduating cognitive science major with the strongest combination of academic excellence and outstanding accomplishments in research. Congratulations, Kiley! [...]
Congratulations Drs. Karen Clothier and Emory Davis. We're so proud of you. See their advisors, Drs. Barbara Landau and Kyle Rawlins, join faculty across the University in this tribute to our 2020 PhD graduates.
PhD student An Nguyen was awarded a Science of Learning Fellowship for 2020-21 in recognition of her interdisciplinary research and high level of performance in our program. [...]
PhD students Najoung Kim, Tom McCoy, and Hongru Zhu have earned exciting opportunities to be be summer interns at Google and Microsoft! Read more...
Prof. Barbara Landau took this ‘class picture’ of her online Language and Thought seminar. Prof. Landau says, “The students in this class have been AMAZING!— great presentations, great discussions, and […]
The new Looking Forward @ Johns Hopkins virtual series features JHU faculty recognized for their research, teaching, and service. Our own Prof. Landau is among the speakers; her talk on […]
JHU has moved to Phase 3 of its reopening plan and intends to be substantially back to normal this fall. This includes the anticipated return of the majority of our staff and faculty to campus by mid-August for the start of the semester. Email continues to be the best form of contact until then.