Cognitive Science Club
What is Cognitive Science?
Our club aims to explore the disciplines of psychology, philosophy, neuroscience, computer science, and linguistics. By understanding the disciplines separately, we will be able to synthesize them to gain a better understanding of the human brain and mind. The fields are seemingly different but only in discussing each background can we really understand how the mind works.
While Rutgers doesn't offer cognitive science as a traditional major, you can create your own program through an individualized major. It's also really easy to get involved in research because there are so many professors willing to take undergraduates into their lab. Take advantage of the research oppurtunities Rutgers has to offer and visit the RUCCs website to check out the associated faculty.
About the Club
The Cog Sci Club is a student organization that typically presents a forum of meetings related to Cognitive Science that bring together presenters and audience members from such fields of study as: Neuroscience, Computer Science, Linguistics, Philosophy, and Psychology, as well as anthropology, biological sciences, mathematics, statistics, biomathematics, communication, and engineering. Additionally, members meet in social gatherings to watch movies or attend special events. The club offers a free space to interact, engage, learn, and share ideas with like-minded peers and professionals from varying perspectives.
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Spring 2017 Meetings
Meetings are Tuesdays at 9pm in Room A139 of the Psychology Building Annex (Busch) on the following dates:
- February 14
- February 28
- April 4
- April 18
- April 25
There will be free pizza so we hope you will join us for food and conversation!
For information on upcoming meetings, please 'like' us on our Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/RUCogSciClub