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Giving to the Cognitive Science Program

As state funding continues to diminish, the need for private funding becomes a crucial part of maintaining the quality of a highly innovative and successful Cognitive Science Program. Your tax-deductible contribution to the Cognitive Science Program is an appreciated pledge of support, which provides the opportunity to offer the very best in the field of Cognitive Science to the students and accomplished scholars who choose this major of study at the University of Virginia.

What Your Gift Can Do

Your generous support would allow the Cognitive Science program to continue to fund the Speaker Lecture Series for our students. In the past we have presented speakers such as David Huron, Professor, School of Music & Center for Cognitive Science at the University of Ohio,who offered a lecture on Communication of Emotion In Music. This spring, Tom Sgouros and his robot, Judy, presented the thought-provoking and entertaining Judy -or- What Is It Like to Be a Robot?

A few of the other programs that would benefit from your generous contributions are social events designed to bring together students and faculty and the Cognitive Science Career Forum, which educates students about the opportunities available to graduates who major in Cognitive Science.

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Tom Sgouros & Judy the Robot
Photo by Pam Murray


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