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New Mexico State University became the state's Land Grant institution in 1889.

The Vice President for Research and Provost are proud to unveil a new exciting initiative geared toward greater research collaborations at NMSU. The Interdisciplinary IMPACT Mini-Grants Program is now accepting Applications! The IMPACT Mini-Grants Program is designed to stimulate interdisciplinary research projects that will serve as foundational opportunities to inspire collaboration among NMSU researchers in addressing complex problems and pursuing funding opportunities from various sources such as; federal/state grant agencies, foundations/industry/donor opportunities and inter-university grant collaborations resulting in a strengthening of the NMSU research enterprise.

 

During the 2017-18 academic year, the Program will award up to $330,000 in Mini-Grants to projects that meet specific criteria. Grant awards will range from $25,000 to $40,000 for inter-departmental or inter-college collaborations. It is anticipated that 8 to 10 Mini-Grants will be awarded in this funding cycle. Here are the 2017 IMPACT Mini-Grant Request for Proposals and the Application Guidelines Form.

 

Comments, questions, and suggestions are most welcome. Please address them to the Vice President for Research, ogc@nmsu.edu, RE: IMPACT Mini-Grants Program. 

 

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The NMSU Office of Grants and Contracts invites you to visit our office and meet our skilled, helpful team.  We provide comprehensive support services to faculty and professional staff for the successful administration of externally-sponsored projects.  These services include a wide range of support including proposal application development and award negotiations, as well as problem solving of tough issues such as export control regulations and complex sponsor requirements.  Our goal is to deliver our support services in an efficient and professional manner while maintaining full compliance with sponsor and institutional guidelines. 
 

 

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New Mexico State University
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Las Cruces, NM 88003-8002

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