Duke Hosts Annual Meeting of the North Carolina Cognition Group

Friday, February 7, 2020

UPDATE as of March 11, 2020: To minimize potential health risks amid COVID-19 concerns, Duke University has cancelled all Duke-sponsored in-person events; therefore, the North Carolina Cognition Meeting scheduled for March 21st, 2020 is cancelled. All registrants will receive a refund.

Duke University's Psychology & Neuroscience Department will proudly host the 2020 Annual Meeting of the North Carolina Cognition Group. The annual conference will take place on March 21st, 2020 in the Searle Conference Center. We are honored to have Dr. Kathleen McDermott from Washington University at St. Louis to serve as the keynote speaker. Broadly, Dr. McDermott studies human memory with a recent focus on individual differences in learning. For specific details about the conference, including registration, directions, parking, hotel accommodations, and submissions, please visit the NCCG web page. 

All P&N undergraduates & graduate students can have their conference registration fee waived thanks to generous support from the Charles Lafitte Foundation. Duke undergrads who are interested in attending the conference, please see the application guidelines here and submit your applications to Brooke Shaw at pn-undergrad-grants@duke.edu. Duke graduate students who are interested in attending the conference, please select "cash" when you register for the conference. 

We look forward to seeing everyone in March!