Texas A&M University-CONACYT: Collaborative Research Grant Program
Texas A&M University and the (CONACYT) began the Collaborative Research Grant Program in 2001. This competitive, peer-reviewed program advances inter-institutional cooperation in science, technology, and scholarly activities through the complementary efforts of scientists and scholars from Texas A&M and Mexican institutions.
2017 Request for Proposals
- The 2017 Request for Proposals was be released on Oct. 28, 2016. Letters of Intent were required and due on Dec. 8, 2016
- Full proposals are due on March 27, 2017
The Texas A&M University-CONACYT: Collaborative Research Grant Program marks a significant place in the strong history between a Texas university with a commitment to others and a Mexican government body with much of the same goals—improve lives, ensure economic stability, and make a difference for the future. CONACYT is Mexico's foremost agency for the support of research, both in Mexico and abroad.
Mexico Partnership Services is a non-profit corporation located in Mexico City and operated through the Public Partnerships and Outreach in the Office of the Provost at Texas A&M University. The mission of Mexico Partnership Services is to facilitate partnerships between Texas A&M faculty and departments wanting to establish academic, research, engagement, and training linkages with Mexican and U.S. universities, industries, and governmental agencies. Such services include assisting both U.S. and Mexico based faculty with finding appropriate contacts, applying as a Mexican corporation for funded projects, managing grant contracts, hiring employees in Mexico, making local arrangements, and providing other similar services. For contact information please access to the following link: http://mexico.tamu.edu/ .
Hacienda Santa Clara
A study abroad campus dedicated to fostering a global outlook through multidisciplinary enrichment. The Hacienda Santa Clara is located just outside of the art and cultural mecca of San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, in central Mexico. The campus hosts students, professors, business leaders, and government officials. These diverse groups work together on issues facing the community.
Questions should be directed to:
Monica Bruno Holder, M.S.
International Programs Coordinator
Research Development Services
Division of Research
Technical questions or issues should be directed to: