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Three LBJ School-mentored teams win inaugural President’s Award for Global Learning

Dec 06, 2018

Three undergraduate research teams mentored by faculty from the LBJ School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin are among the inaugural seven recipients of the President’s Award for Global Learning. The President’s Award provides up to $25,000 and fully funded travel to implement research, social impact and entrepreneurship projects in seven regions across the world during summer 2019.

The LBJ School’s multidisciplinary faculty research projects include developing sustainable waste management in Cambodia, a health and housing needs assessment of low-income communities in Mexico and distributing low-cost sensors to measure air pollution in India.

Read the full story on the LBJ School website.


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