Dona Ana County, N.M., funds by National Science Foundation
Note: For some programs where states do not report where money will be distributed across the state, we do not have the allocation for individual counties. Those programs include: Medicaid, unemployment benefits and food stamps. Those amounts are included in the totals for where the state agency receiving that money is located.
Amount refers to both the amount of stimulus funding going toward the project and the face value of the loan.
|NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY||$4,983,564||Trans-NSF Recovery Act Reasearch Support The vision is: Teachers who complete the Institute will become intellectual leaders able to facilitate the creation of rich mathematics learning environments for teachers and students in schools and districts. The goals of the project are: Goal 1: Increa||National Science Foundation||6/08/2009|
|NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY||$1,675,244||Trans-NSF Recovery Act Reasearch Support This project develops an innovative reduced-gravity (reduced-G) simulator which can passively compensate from 0% to 100% of the gravity forces exerted on a human body that is both attached to and exercises via the simulator. The objectives of this instru||National Science Foundation||1/14/2010|
|NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY||$664,603||Trans-NSF Recovery Act Reasearch Support For live cell imaging experiments, the following equipment will be acquired and temporarily transferred to the EML: a Leitz Labovert inverted microscope equipped with Hoffman Modulation optics, a Leica micromanipulator, a Parker Hannifin pressure injectio||National Science Foundation||4/09/2010|
|NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY||$651,870||Trans-NSF Recovery Act Reasearch Support This project is to meet the object of the NSF PAARE program of enhancing diversity in astronomical research and education by establishing a partnership between the minority serving university, New Mexico State University (NMSU), the National Solar Observa||National Science Foundation||7/07/2009|
|NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY||$153,083||
Trans-NSF Recovery Act Reasearch Support To accurately and efficiently compute complex gas flows with multi-scales and multiple-physics is a very challenging task which calls for significant computing resources, hence new schemes are always favored. For example, hypersonic flows around an entry
This spending item is part of a $184,220 allocation. See details
|National Science Foundation||7/13/2009|
|NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY||$145,709||Trans-NSF Recovery Act Reasearch Support The need for system identification and reduced order modeling arises from the fact that, presented with sensor data, the analyst is generally unaware of many details of the underlying dynamical system from which they originated. The straightforward appro||National Science Foundation||7/20/2009|
|NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY||$39,926||
Trans-NSF Recovery Act Reasearch Support This award is funded under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Public Law 111-5). Although precipitation is assumed to be the major control of the production of plants in arid and semiarid regions, annual precipitation explains only 20-40
This spending item is part of a $799,440 allocation. See details
|National Science Foundation||7/20/2009|