Neurophilosophy Fellowships

The Philosophy Department at Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia is accepting applications from qualified undergraduates for its two $15,000 Neurophilosophy Fellowships, to be awarded by the Brains & Behavior program. The Brains & Behavior program aims to take the neurosciences at Georgia State to a position of international prominence by promoting interdisciplinary collaboration between faculty and students from partnering departments. B&B Fellows in the Philosophy Department complete a Masters degree, receive a stipend of $15,000 plus tuition and they do not have to serve as graduate assistants or instructors. More information on the requirements for the fellowship can be found here:

2 Responses to “Neurophilosophy Fellowships”

  1. BenP says:

    Is it good for international student too ?

  2. Phil says:

    Ben, I think so. Information on the fellowship has circulated around my department in the UK.