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WTAMU Faculty Researchers Benefit from Collaboration
Through the efforts of Sponsored Research Services and Hanover Research, faculty researchers at WT have secured over $770,000 in research funding, and that number is set to increase soon. Hanover provides support in key areas of proposal development and has success in attaining awards from a variety of agencies and entities. If you have interest in finding potential funding programs to support your area of research, submitting a research grant application, re-writing and re-submitting a previous proposal, or any other area related to external research grant funding, please contact Steve McLean (651-2983).
ACT NOW! A Call for Internal Research Grant Proposals!
Applications are now being accepted for the Killgore Faculty Research (KFR), Graduate Student Research (GSR), and the President's Undergraduate Student Research (USR) Grant programs. Contact Steve McLean (651-2983) for any questions or to schedule a time for your budget review, or find him in the Killgore Research Center, Room 176. The deadline is November 13th.
WT Student Researchers in the News
A group of West Texas A&M University environmental science students was in the news for their work with the black-footed ferret, an endangered species that was once native to our area. Read the Globe-News article here.
WTAMU Receives $239,965 MRI Award from NSF
For the second consecutive year, West Texas A&M University is the recipient of a Major Research Instrumentation (MRI) grant from the National Science Foundation. The grant will be used to purchase a high-temperature X-ray diffraction system (HT-XRD) for research on nanotechnology and resilient-building materials. The equipment will be housed in the University’s new core lab in the Palo Duro Research Facility. Read more about the grant here.
She signed an agreement with Aggie Venture Fund for a first-time exclusive license and patent rights agreement for the commercialization of her research on Nanostructured Metallic Alloys for Antibacterial Application. See the Newschannel10 report here.
Click here and look at what Emily Hunt's students are doing in their mechanical engineering design class!
Does your research project require IRB approval? FINDOUTHERE!
A team of WTAMU scientists led by David Parker and Gary Barbee have received a Major Research Instrumentation Grant from the National Science Foundation. Read about the MRI grant in this Amarillo Globe article.
The National Science Foundation has awarded West Texas A&M University a Major Research Instrumentation (MRI) grant totaling $371,700 for the purchase of a state-of-the-art, 400 MHz solid-state NMR spectrometer as a unique educational and research tool for the Texas Panhandle. Read more about the MRI here. See news video about the MRI here.
WTAMU and AGEP
West Texas A&M University has joined with the Texas A&M University System (TAMUS) to bring the Alliance for Graduate Education and the Professoriate (AGEP) program to our campus. This opportunity endows graduate students with extra money in the form of Performance-Based Scholarships and Conference Travel Funding. It also provides resources for Social and Collaborative Networks across TAMUS - 11 Universities total - in addition to Professional Development and Grant-Writing Workshops. Get more AGEP info here.
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