UT Pop-Up Institutes
Do you have an idea for a Pop-Up, and would like some feedback before submitting a formal proposal?
We are hosting an information session to discuss, along with Pop-Up Institute leaders, the upcoming 2020 Pop-Up Institutes competition. This event is open to all PIs who are seeking cross-disciplinary research funding. Please join us!
2020 Pop-Up Institutes Initiative
Date/Time: Wednesday, January 30, 9-10 am
Location: FAC 328
Please RSVP here.
Questions about this event may be directed to Liza Scarborough, Director of Faculty Development.
The University of Texas at Austin has plenty of researchers, staff members and students with the first-hand experience around addiction — whether they are in recovery or studying the way drugs interact with pathways in our brains. Until now, many of those people have operated separately, which is why UT Austin kicked off a “Pop-Up Institute” Monday on Youth Addiction and Substance Misuse. Read More
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