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Research Policies, Procedures, & Forms

Official NMT Policies related to Research

These policies have been approved by Tech's Board of Regents and are therefore official university policy:

  • Official Policy on Research Integrity (pdf)
  • Official Policy on Human Subjects Research (pdf)
  • Official Policy Governing Conflict of Financial Interest (pdf)

 

R&ED Policies and Procedures

The R&ED Office develops policies and procedures on an as-needed basis to help facilitate research training, proposal routing, and proposal submission:

  • Laboratory Safety Course (pdf) -- New Researchers must complete this course to receive start up funding

 

General Research Forms

  •  Summer Salary 2014(pdf)(doc) -- Use this form to request up to three months of summer salary. You must have valid account numbers from which to draw all support money.

  • Conflict of Interest Disclosure Form (pdf) -- You must disclose any potential conflicts of financial interest that exist for any of your research projects. Complete this form and include it with the Proposal Routing Sheet and your proposal when you route it for administrative signatures. 

  • 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 is an approved Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSI). 

  • The HSI Certificate valid 2012-2017 (pdf)

 

Graduate Assistant Contract

All contracts, forms, and guidelines for hiring graduate students are available on the Graduate Studies Office webpages.

 

Human Subjects Research Policies and Documents

All information and forms related to Human Subjects Research are now located on the IRB webpage.

Please be aware that federal law requires you to receive IRB approval before you start any research project that uses human subjects. This type of research must also follow specific federal rules and guidelines to receive IRB approval. See the IRB webpages or contact New Mexico Tech's IRB Administrator for more information.

 

Import | Export Compliance Program

The aim of NMT’s Import | Export Compliance Program is to achieve and sustain an exceptional program of compliance with export | import laws, regulations, codes and statues, by all University’ activities and to implement this program in the most “business friendly” manner possible.

 Proponent for this manual is Bob Brumley, NMT’s Empowered Official with regard to our Import | Export Compliance Program.  This is a living document with updates and additions anticipated.  Any suggestions or comments for future updates should be directed to Mr. Brumley at  bbrumley@admin.nmt.edu.  Click here to download the Import Export Compliance Manual (pdf)