Research Centers

Supports COB faculty and staff in their research efforts. See BBRS for more information.

The Center's purpose is to marshal resources from across NMSU to promote business expansion and economic development along the U.S.-Mexico border by working closely with businesses, governments, NGOs, and other border stakeholders. See C-BED for more information.
Educational and outreach services for professionals employed at federal and state commissions, utility companies and other stakeholders in the electricity, natural gas distribution or interstate pipeline, telecommunications and water industries. See CPU for more information.
Connects local, national, and international business to collaborate with NMSU college of business students and faculty to drive, create and enhance supply chain entrepreneurial activity in the areas of supply chain management, and business analytics solutions. See CSCE for more information
Supports students, faculty and the insurance industry; provides scholarships and internship programs for students; promotes research on insurance issues for the Mountain States region. See IFSC for more information.
Depository for data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau as part of a distributional network; responds to data requests from state and local government agencies, planners, researchers, businesses, not-for-profit organizations and the general public. See SDC for more information.
Created by NMSU to be an engine for sustainable economic development. See NMSU Arrowhead Center for more information.


Originally funded by a 5-year $1.25 million Daniels Fund grant to develop a principle-based ethics program to strengthen principle-based ethics education and foster a high standard of ethics in young people. See Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative for more information.
Promotes and facilitates Native American students’ higher ed opportunities in natural resources, engineering, science, mathematics, business and economic development.
Students and faculty collaborate with government, chamber of commerce, education, and grassroots organizations that support small businesses. See Small Business Assistance for more information.
Students study the market to determine a stock’s true value, develop strategies and make investment selections for the $80,000 Wetherbe Fund, donated by alumnus James C. Wetherbe. See SMIF for more information.

Learning opportunities for students/public on New Mexican entrepreneurship; annual public policy conference, other forums; research on policy; repository for Senator Domenici’s archives. See NMSU Domenici Institute for more information.