**Last updated November 2018**

Research publications can be found on this page.

Rose Hendricks


Researcher at FrameWorks Institute: Nov. 2017-Present
Conduct quantitative and qualitative research, such as experimental surveys and interviews, on the most effective ways of framing social and scientific issues.


University of California, San Diego: Sept. 2013-November 2017

Ph.D. Cognitive Science: Nov 2017

Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY: May 2013

B.A. Cognitive Science, Language focus; GPA: 3.85
Honors: Phi Beta Kappa, Cognitive Science Honors, General Honors, Psi Chi

Communication Experiences

Workshops & Events

ComSciCon Leadership Team, Vice Chair

  • Oversee Ambassador program of alumni
  • Contribute to program evaluation
  • Manage organization’s Twitter account
  • Procure donations and sponsorships

ComSciCon 2017 (National) Program Organizing Committee Chair
ComSciCon San Diego 2016 Founder & Chair
ComSciCon 2016 Program Organizing Committee Member
ComSciCon 2015 attendee (National Conference)

Ignite San Diego speaker: Oct 2015


Cognitive Science Society: Graduate Student Representative for Communications & Social Media: Dec 2015-Dec 2017
Graduate Student Representative for Strategic Planning Committee: Nov 2016-Present

American Journal Experts: Editor for academic papers written by non-native English speakers April 2014-September 2017

Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) Study: Wrote monthly newsletters for families and school participating in the study: Dec 2016-May 2017

Professional Service

Greater San Diego Science & Engineering Fair Judge: March 2015, 2016, 2017
Graduate Student Representative; Department of Cognitive Science: Sept 2014-June 2015

Grants & Honors

NSF Graduate Research Fellowship 2016-2019
Robert J. Glushko & Pamela Samuelson Foundation Travel Grant ($500)
Cognitive Science Society Prize for Top Student Papers: July 2015; July 2016
Superior Teaching Award: UCSD Cognitive Science Winter 2014


UCSD Cognitive Science Instructor of Record

Summer 2017: COGS 14A, Research Methods in Cognitive Science.

UCSD Cognitive Science Teaching Assistant: Jan 2014-June 2017

14A: Research Methods in Cognitive Science
101B: Learning, Memory, and Attention
101C: Language
102A: Distributed Cognition
102B: Cognitive Ethnography
102C: Cognitive Design Studio
174: Drugs: Brain, Behavior and Society

Completed UCSD’s Teaching + Learning at the College Level workshop series (Jan-March 2017)
Completed CIRTL’s Teaching Philosophy workshop (April 2016)

UCSD Academic Connections

Instructor: Introduction to Cognitive Science
Designed and taught a course for advanced high school students July 2014


Actively supervise undergraduate Research Assistants: June 2014-Present
Co-supervised 2 undergraduate Honors Theses with Dr. Ben Bergen