The Cognitive Science and Artificial Intelligence Students Association aims to bring together everyone in the University of Toronto community involved with or interested in the study of mind. All full-time Faculty of Arts and Science undergraduates enrolled in a Cognitive Science program or enrolled in a course offered by the program are members of CASA.  However, anyone in the UofT community is welcome to participate in our events, including prospective students, part-time students, teaching assistants, graduate students, alumni, professors, and other interested individuals.

Our office in University College is the hub of CASA’s activities: we have a library that contains approximately 500 books on cognitive science and related topics, a computer, and a free wireless network. We also have a comfy couch and stereo system, so we encourage you to come by even just to hang out between classes.

Our office is F301 in UC. (It is accessible from UC’s quad – enter the door marked F on the western side of the quad, then go up the stairs to the third floor.)

If you have any questions you can always drop us a line.

Executive Team 2019-2020

The CASA minds.
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Danielle King

Co-President

Cognitive Science (Cognition and the Brain), Buddhism and Mental Health, Psychology

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Jeremy Yang

Co-President

Cognitive Science (Computational Cognition), Computer Science, Mathematics

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Nicholas Robichaud

Treasurer

Cognitive Science (Thinking and Reasoning), Philosophy

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Eisha Haroon

Secretary

Cognitive Science (Cognition and the Brain), Neuroscience

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Jiesi Liu

Communications Director

Cognitive Science (Computational Cognition), Psychology

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Kathy Du

Events Coordinator

Cognitive Science (Thinking and Reasoning), Psychology

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Chelsea Tanchip

Conference Coordinator

Cognitive Science (Computational Cognition), Linguistics

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Ayush Kumar

COG250 Representative

Cognitive Science (Computational Cognition), Statistics