Congratulations to Nate Neligh, who has received a CELSS dissertation grant for his project “An Experiment on Network Growth”, and Jeremy Ward, who has received an extension to his CELSS grants for his project “Pivotality and Strategic Behavior”. Good luck to both of you for your continued research.
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Thursday: 10am-12pm, 2-6pm
Congratulations to Evan Friedman, who has received an NSF doctoral dissertation grant for his project “Attention and Beliefs in Games: an Experiment”. Good luck with your continued research.
Giovanna Invernizzi received a graduate student research grant for her proposal, “Scandal in the Lab:Experimental Evidence on How Majorities React to Public Signals”
Jeremy Ward received a graduate student research grant for his proposal on asynchronous games.
RC Xi Zhi Lim received a graduate student research grant for his proposal on avoidable risk.
Shi Liu received a graduate student research grant for her proposal, “Fake Reputations Lead to Collapse of Cooperation”
Zhihan Cui received a graduate student research grant for his proposal.
Congratulations to all those who received funding, and good luck with your experiments.
It is time for another round of grant proposals. If you are a graduate student who is interested in conducting an experiment at CELSS and are in need of funding, please complete this student funding application and send it to email@example.com. Students who are ready to write experimental chapters for their dissertations are eligible to apply for dissertation grants using this dissertation funding application. If you are a junior faculty member who is interested in conducting an experiment at CELSS and are in need of a seed grant, please complete this faculty funding application funding application and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please review your application carefully before submitting. The deadline for all applications is April 15, 2016.
The lab will be closing for the fall semester after lab hours on Friday the 16th of December. The lab manager will be back for the spring semester on January 11th, so testing can occur, but the lab will not be open for experimental sessions again until classes resume on the 17th.
The lab’s semesterly z-Tree tutorial will take place on Friday, October 21st from 3 PM to 6 PM at CELSS (located in room 505 of the International Affairs Building) and will be given by Nathaniel Neligh. If you are interested in attending, please register by filling out this form.
We are happy to announce the beginning of a new grant program at CELSS. The program will make grants of up to $3000 available to advanced PhD students with experimental chapters in their dissertations. See the link for details.