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Awarded since 2007 and renamed in honor of William R. Eadington in 2013, the Eadington Fellowships are intended to foster scholarship focused on gambling issues and to encourage the use of the rare and unique collections at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
The roster of 2014-15 fellows is available here (pdf).
Get more information on the Fellowships page.
January 2015 Monthly Update
CGR Annual Report 2013
2013-14 Gaming Research Fellows
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The Center for Gaming Research, inside UNLV's Lied Library, provides support for scholarly inquiry into all aspects of gambling, including the business of gaming, its economic and social impacts and its historical and cultural manifestations.
For more information, visit the About page.
United States Online Gaming Updated January 2015
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