CCBS Undergraduate Summer Institute

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Center for Cognitive and Brain Sciences Undergraduate Summer Institute

Come explore the interdisciplinary cognitive sciences at CUSI.
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The CCBS Undergraduate Summer Institute (CUSI) is an eight-session survey program designed for undergraduate students who will be working a minimum of 10 hours per week as an Undergraduate Research Assistant within an Ohio State University Lab for the duration of the program.

CUSI is an interactive program comprised of research talks and professional training and development workshops for promising undergraduates who may pursue research careers in academic or industry settings. The research content spans the various sub-disciplines of cognitive and brain sciences, while the training and development workshops cover topics including writing, being an effective undergraduate researcher, applying to graduate school, and promoting/ sustaining diversity in the research environment. Seminars and workshops will be led by OSU faculty members with specific expertise and research interests in the cognitive sciences. Throughout the program, students will be given opportunities to speak informally with OSU faculty and graduate students from various departments and participate in enrichment activities.

The goal of CUSI is to complement your in-lab research training with career development, while connecting you to a community of like-minded hard working and talented individuals.

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Applications should contain:

  • Completed application*
  • University transcript
  • Current resume or CV
  • Statement of interest (500 words or less)
  • Signed Faculty Supervisor Agreement Form*

*applications & forms can be found on this webpage when the application window is open


Contact

The Center for Cognitive and Brain Sciences at ccbs@osu.edu.

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What Will You Learn About?

 
Career Development
Networking
Interview Etiquette
Careers Outside Academia
Attending Conferences
Applying to Grad School
Keys to Writing Research Proposals
Promoting Diversity and Inclusion
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Research Talk Topics

 
Perception & Language
Cognitive Development
Decision Making & Memory
Philosophy
Neural Networks
Cognitive Neuroscience
Neuroeconomics
Artificial Intelligence
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“I learned that there are an immense amount of research disciplines within the cognitive science field that can be attained at both a graduate and professional level.” -CUSI Participant