The Minister for Education and Youth announced the successful funding of the ARC Training Centre for Behavioural Insights for Technology Adoption (BITA).
The ARC Training Centre for Behavioural Insights for Technology Adoption (BITA) has attracted $1.98m in cash and $2.189m in-kind from 19 partner organisations (including start-ups, industry and public sector organisations) and three Australian universities (QUT, UQ and UWA). Collectively, there are 28 CIs involved with BITA.
BITA is led by the Queensland University of Technology’s Centre for Behavioural Economics, Society and Technology (BEST), in collaboration with the School of Psychology at the University of Queensland and the Centre for Agricultural Economics and Development at the University of Western Australia’s School of Agriculture and Environment.
There will be postgraduate research opportunities available at UWA under this centre. For more information, contact UWA Lead A/Prof Marit Kragt at email@example.com
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