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6th Annual Perceptual Science Forum

On Monday, May 7th, 2012 The 6th Annual Perceptual Science Forum took place in the CoRE Building Atrium & Auditorium on Busch Campus. 

The event began with a keynote address by Dr. Alex Berg from the Stony Brook University, Department of Computer Science. Dr. Berg spoke about "Large Scale Recognition in Computer Vision". 

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SAS Student One of 15 Worldwide to Receive Ertegun Scholarship

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You might say that Kevin Tobia is a Renaissance man. He graduates from Rutgers next month with degrees in philosophy, cognitive science and mathematics and is then off to the University of Oxford in England after being named one of only 15 students in the world to receive a full two-year graduate school scholarship bequeathed in the name of the founder of Atlantic Records and his wife.

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New Publications from Mark Baker and Veneeta Dayal

publicationsBaker, Mark. (2011) When agreement is for number and gender but not person. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 29, 875–915.

Veneeta Dayal. (2011) Bare Noun Phrases. In Maienborn, von Heusinger, and Portner (eds.), Semantics: An International Handbook of Natural Language Meaning 33.2, Mouton de Gruyter.

Prof. Charles Gallistel receives D.O. Hebb Distinguished Scientific Contributions Award

randy gallistelProfessor Charles R. Gallistel received the American Psychological Association D.O. Hebb Distinguished Scientific Contributions Award.

The Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award honors psychologists who have made distinguished theoretical or empirical contributions to basic research in psychology. You can read more about it here: http://www.apa.org/about/awards/scientific-contributions.aspx