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Research Policies

The Vice President for Reserch and Graduate School develops and implements campus-wide research policy for NMSU. The Office of the Vice President for Research and Graduate School proposes standard policies to guide the campus as it responds to changes in regulations and to assist in the cultivation of successful research administration.

Administrative Rules and Procedures

The ARP’s purpose is to set and communicate the rules by which the Regents overarching policies are to be implemented, in furtherance of the efficient and effective management of the institution, and consistent with principles of shared governance.                                                                     

Export Control

Export Control refers to several federal regulatory programs designed to control the transfer of military and technological commodities to foreign countries. The principal programs include: the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), and the Office of Foreign Assets Control Regulations (OFAC).

Responsible Conduct of Research Education

It is expected that the guidance here will be used by all NMSU researchers, whether faculty, staff, graduate students or undergraduate students, whether their research is or is not funded by an outside agency, or whether it is or is not intended for publication.                                                  

NMSU Ethics Courses

This site contains information about university courses including material on ethics, seminars conducted on campus, online training courses, and other sources of authoritative guidance concerning the responsible conduct of research.                                                                           

UAS Operations at NMSU

This policy applies to UAS (drone) operations in both indoor and exterior spaces and in connection with New Mexico State University activities, whether occurring within the United States or internationally.

Outside Activities Report and Management

New Mexico State University is committed to maintaining the highest standards of ethics and integrity in all of its academic and administrative operations.  Both individual members of the University and entities controlled by the University have a vital need to recognize and deal with conflicts of interest and/or commitment.  Such conflicts may compromise or have the appearance of compromising the integrity of University related activities and may have unforeseen effects on those activities.

Therefore, conflicts of interest and commitment must be reported by all regular employees (full and part-time faculty and staff) under the following circumstances:

Upon hire, Annually when initiated by HR Services in the Fall Semester, When a conflict or the appearance of a conflict arises that has not been reported.

PHS FCOI Training

How to Report FCOI