January 22, 2021
January 8, 2021
Hello Golden Bears!
The Cognitive Science Program is looking to collect feedback from students, current and former, regarding their volunteer, research, and/or internship experiences as they relate to cognitive science. The purpose of this is to gain an understanding of where our students are when they're out in the field as well as to know which opportunities our students would enthusiastically endorse.
December 17, 2020
As you all wrap up finals, the advising staff would like you all to know that from December 23rd-Jan 4th the advisors will be out of the office. We will not be available for appointments and cannot promise that we will be checking our emails during this time. If you have something pressing that needs to be discussed, you still have the opportunity to schedule appointments on Dec. 21-22 (next Monday and Tuesday); otherwise you will have to wait until Jan. 5th for our appointments to open again.
November 4, 2020
CogSci 190, Section 2, entitled Rhythms of the Brain: Neuronal Communication and Networks can count as the Computational Modeling Requirement for Spring '21 Please make sure to read the course description as this course will require calculus and discrete math skills.
May 5, 2020
Any students interested in enrolling in CogSci classes remotely in Fall 2020, please check back later for updates. We are hoping to enable anyone from anywhere in the world to enroll in Fall 20 cogsci courses. Stay well everyone!
April 14, 2020
COGSCI N1: Introduction to Cognitive Science - Class #: 13101
Prerequisite / Lower Division Course for CogSci
Meets Social & Behavioral Sciences, L&S Breadth
Taught by Linda Isaac
Summer Session A: May 26 - July 2
TU, W, TH: 10:00 am - 12:29 pm
April 3, 2020
December 2, 2019
The College will, from now on, ONLY approve a request to enroll at both a CC and UCB at the same time IF:
Student formally requests approval before enrolling in CC course
Student can demonstrate that extraordinary circumstances prevent the student from taking said course at UCB
Student is NOT in their first or final term
May 14, 2019
Cognitive Science major Karen Lee has won the Lipson Essay Prize. Way to go Karen!!!
May 6, 2019
We have some amazing new Cog Sci Affiliated Faculty joining us this year!
Check out our Cog Sci Affiliated Faculty page to get to know them!
Dr. Linda Isaac will be teaching Cog Sci 1 this summer.
Dr. Ben Pageler will be teaching Cog Sci 180 and Cog Sci 1 this summer and Cog Sci 1 in the fall.
Dr. Elena Luchkina will be teaching Cog Sci 131 in the summer and fall.
April 9, 2019
Please note that CogSci 131: Computational Models of Cognition will be available Summer 19 and Fall 19. It will NOT be offered in Spring 2020. If you are graduating Spring 2020 and you need Cog Sci 131, you MUST take the course in Summer 19 or Fall 19. Contact peer or staff advising with questions.
The CogSci faculty have decided not to enforce a 75 unit cap on declarations for Fall 18 Frosh as anticipated. We will continue to accept any student who meets the GPA and prerequisite requirements and can feasibly complete the major, regardless of unit total.
October 30, 2018
We have received approval to reduce the required number of upper division units for the Cognitive Science major from 30 to 26. Therefore, students who opt to fulfill our Philosophy requirement with a lower division option, can do so (in most cases) without needing a fourth elective. This change applies to all current and future declared Cognitive Science majors.
September 18, 2018
Congratulations to Paul Li for being named a Lecturer Teaching Fellow for the 18-19 academic year. The program, administered by the Center for Teaching and Learning, supports Fellows in generating dynamic tools and resources for enriching and/or innovating teaching practices on campus.
July 17, 2018
Hooray! Two new Psychology hires have recently joined the faculty, and have permanent teaching commitments to teach Cognitive Science: Celeste Kidd and Steve Piantidosi.
After 10 years as program director, Terry Regier gets a long-deserved sabbatical for the 18-19 academic year. David Whitney will be serving as Interim Director in his stead. Welcome Professor Whitney!