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Research experience is especially valuable for students interested in pursuing graduate school, or work in a laboratory setting. The CBMM summer research program provides opportunities for undergraduates to conduct research in CBMM labs at MIT and Harvard. Other programs are described on the Wellesley Science Center summer research page. Students can also conduct academic year research with faculty affiliated with CBMM. For more information, contact the individual faculty listed below.
Students interested in pursuing graduate work in the science of intelligence should develop background in a range of disciplines that include computer science, neuroscience, cognitive science, and mathematics. There are three majors at Wellesley that incorporate relevant interdisciplinary training: Computer Science, Neuroscience (especially the Systems and Computational Neuroscience concentration) and Cognitive and Linguistic Sciences (especially the Computer Science concentration). More information on particular courses that provide valuable training for graduate research in this field can be found here.
Faculty in the Wellesley Computer Science department and Neuroscience program provide research opportunities and offer courses for students interested in the interdisciplinary study of intelligence.