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New Mexico Tech Proposal Submission Process

 

  • Proposal Routing Sheet (pdf) (doc.) -- Please download and complete this form, attach it to your research proposal, and route it for administrative signatures BEFORE submitting it to a funding agency.
  • New Mexico Tech Research ServicesHengameh Stanfield   Hstanfield@admin.nmt.edu  575-835-6940
  • Restricted Funds Administration

 

Proposal Submission Procedure (pdf) 

All proposals must be approved by Tech's administration before being submitted to any funding agency. This document describes Tech's procedure for obtaining the necessary approvals for your proposal.

  

              

       

 

          New Mexico Tech Proposal Submision Process

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