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New Mexico State University
Office of the Vice President for Research

A land-grant institution founded in 1888, NMSU is designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) under Title III and Title V programs administered by the Office of Postsecondary Education of the U.S. Department of Education. Ranked by the Carnegie Foundation as a RU/H (Research University with high research activity) institution, NMSU's research expenditures exceeded $163 million for FY10. In addition, according to NSF statistics, NMSU ranks third among all HSIs and first among those without a medical school on the basis of FY08 research expenditures. More data about research at NMSU >>.

GREETINGS FROM THE VICE PRESIDENT FOR RESEARCH

New Mexico State University is New Mexico's land-grant institution and, as such, has a mission to serve all the citizens and to improve their lives through research and service activities that respond to their needs. Read More >>.

NMSU'S RESEARCH AREAS

Phase I of NMSU's Strategic Plan conducted by the Office of Research Development concluded that NMSU has demonstrated strengths in the subject areas listed below. These areas were identified based on the number of researchers actively working in the area, the graduate curriculum and number of advanced degrees awarded, and the impact of NMSU evidenced by publications and external funding. Some of these are emerging strengths, areas in which there are a number of funded projects and a large number of investigators working, but have not yet matured with significant publications or doctoral programs.

RESOURCES FOR FACULTY

MAJOR PROGRAMS





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