The CCBS Summer Graduate Research Award

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The Center for Cognitive and Brain Sciences is pleased offer its yearly Summer Graduate Research Award competition.

CCBS, together with participating faculty and departments, offers annual summer stipends to Graduate Research Award winners. The goal of the Graduate Research Award program is to support innovative interdisciplinary research in cognitive and brain sciences. Students with interdisciplinary interests are encouraged to apply.

Applicant Eligibility - Applicants must be matriculated graduate students at The Ohio State University working with faculty who are members of the Center for Cognitive and Brain Sciences (CCBS). Former recipients of GRAs are eligible, but priority will be given to new applicants. Applicants who are not members of the Center must be nominated by their home department advisor to become a member of the CCBS.

Any student who already has a Summer graduate appointment or fellowship is not eligible to apply. Additionally, CCBS Summer GRAs cannot be deferred to any other session or year.