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NCRG AWARDED $300,000 FOR RESEARCH ON SUBPOPULATIONS IN NEW MEXICO

by: NCRG Staff | Mar 7, 2017

The Responsible Gaming Association of New Mexico, a collaboration of many of the state’s Native American owned casinos, has awarded NCRG a grant of $300,000 in support of research on the subpopulations of New Mexico, including racial or ethnic subgroups such as Native Americans or Hispanics/Latinos, age-based subgroups such as older adults or youth, and/or highly targeted subgroups such as Native American young adults living in Albuquerque.

 

The NCRG is accepting applications for research projects on July 17, 2017. Applicants may request up to $127,000 per year for two years in direct costs. Applicants are welcome to propose using these funds to add a gambling component to existing studies focused on health issues for any of the New Mexico subpopulations identified above. Applications related to youth should include questions on gambling participation by game type and participation in video gaming.  

 

Download the detailed announcement at www.ncrg.org/research-center.

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