COVID-19 Information

As we work together to battle the coronavirus, we will continue to offer safe and secure online sessions . Even though the American Indian Studies office(s) are closed, in accordance with the guidelines recommended by CDC, we are working remotely and continuing to provide student, staff, and faculty assistance. We can be reached Monday-Friday 8am-5pm Mountain Standard Time at 520-626-8143, or by email to johncarbajal@arizona.edu.

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Prevention and Treatment of Gambling Disorders (Institute for Research on Gambling Disorders)

With funding from the National Center for Responsible Gaming, the Institute for Research on Gambling Disorders offers opportunities for investigators from various disciplines and at all career levels, especially those new to the field. The funding priorities for 2010 are prevention and treatment, including psychosocial or pharmacological approaches for prevention and intervention, treatment or relapse prevention of problem and pathological gambling. The Institute is especially interested in brief interventions targeted at underrepresented populations, such as minorities, young adults and persons with subclinical gambling disorders (e.g., at-risk for problem gambling). The Institute awards grants in three categories: Exploration Grants (up to $5,000 for 1 year); Seed Grants (up to $25,000 for 1 year); and Large Grants (up to $75,000/year for 2 years).

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College of Social and Behavioral Sciences