SPP-misc: Call for nominations for the 2011 David E. Rumelhart Prize
rgoldsto at indiana.edu
Tue Aug 25 09:20:25 CDT 2009
Call for Nominations for the David E. Rumelhart Prize
The David E. Rumelhart Prize is awarded annually to an individual or
collaborative team making a significant contemporary contribution to the
theoretical foundations of human cognition. Each year, the selection
committee will continue to consider nominations previously submitted. The
committee invites updates to existing nominations as well as new
nominations. Materials should be sent to the Chair of the Rumelhart Prize
Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences
1101 East Tenth Street
Bloomington, IN 47405.
Nominations should include six sets of the following materials:
* A three-page statement of nomination,
* optional letters of support for the nomination
* a complete curriculum vitae and
* copies of up to five of the nominee's relevant publications.
Note that the nominee may be an individual or a team, and in the case of a
team, vitae for all members should be provided. The prize selection
committee considers both the scientific contributions and the scientific
leadership and collegiality of the nominees, so these issues should be
addressed in the statement of nomination. The committee welcomes updates of
the materials of previous nominees. Nominations must be received by January
12, 2010. More information about the prize and its previous recipients is
available at http://rumelhartprize.org/ .
Dr. Robert Goldstone
Chancellor's Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences
Director of the Cognitive Science Program (http://www.cogs.indiana.edu/)
1101 E 10th St.
Bloomington, IN. 47405-7007.
812-855-4853 (work). 812-333-0152 (home). 812-855-4691 (fax)
Email: rgoldsto at indiana.edu
Percepts and Concepts Laboratory: http://cognitrn.psych.indiana.edu/
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