Below you will find lists of research projects funded by UC MEXUS through our grants programs. The information below is sorted by each major funding category from our Annual Call for Proposals, as well as recurrent and unique Special Calls that we offer. Grantees can also be found by year; our list currently goes back to 1998.
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Special Calls for Proposals
Climate Change Research in Mexico and California
The Climate Change Research in Mexico and California competition was offered in 2008 for collaborative projects that applied research to the challenges created by climate change in Mexico and the United States, with an emphasis on California. The primary objective of the program was to provide seed funds for developing projects fostering interdisciplinary perspectives that will enhance the understanding and knowledge of the causes and consequences of climate change and that will help inform mitigation and adaptation policies and responses in Mexico and California.
Colorado River Delta & Upper Gulf of California
This special grants competition was offered in 2001 to support binational collaborative research applied to issues of transboundary water resources in the Colorado River Delta and Upper Gulf of California. A second but equal objective is to foster and strengthen the linkages among research and academic institutions in the United States and Mexico in terms of research, education, and training.
This special grants competition was offered in 2001 for collaborative projects in all academic and research fields that engage and enhance the use of advanced network services provided by Internet2.
UC MEXUS-CMHI - Migration & Health Issues in Mexico & California
The primary objective of the program is to provide seed funds for developing projects in all disciplines that will enhance the understanding and knowledge of migration and health-related issues facing Mexican-origin workers and their families in California and Mexico, as well as the dissemination of information regarding these issues. A second objective is to promote new collaborative research actions and long-term linkages among the University of California campuses and Mexican research institutions.
With funds made available by the UCR Chancellor's office, this program is intended to support the projects of UC Riverside faculty and researchers who wish to develop collaborative research or creative activities in any discipline with colleagues at Mexican institutions of research and/or higher education.