CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) INFORMATION

The Texas Center for Border Economic and Enterprise Development
will remain open and continue to operate following guidelines and limitations as described in the TAMIU Campus Covid-19 Guidance

For up-to-date campus information, please visit the TAMIU COVID-19 Response Website

Research FELLOWS

Research Fellows Grant Program


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The goal of the Texas Center Research Fellows Grant Program is to encourage and support TAMIU faculty research activities that will produce practical and timely information that can be used by local, regional, state an national decision makers in allocating scarce resources to meet the social and economic needs of the Texas border region


Research topics eligible for grant funds include, but are not limited to -aging, banking and finance, business formation and expansion, colonias, cross-border cooperation, criminal justice, economic development, education, environmental degradation, folklore and cultural tourism, hazardous wastes, health care, housing, historical preservation, juvenile delinquency, land use planning, public administration, transportation, and social services.


The opinions, ideas, and conclusions expressed are solely those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the Texas Center or Texas A&M International University.



Border Reports Volume 1


Benthic Macroinvertebrates as Monitors of Rio Grande Water Quality

Presented by Dr. Tom Vaughan and Dr. Jose A. Flores

Guerrero Archives

Presented by Dr. Stanley Green

Border Reports Volume 7


Comprehension of Idiomatic Expressions by Bilinguals

Presented by Dr. Roberto R. Heredia

The Border Beyond the Border

Presented by Mr. Rogelio Hinojosa

College Readiness: A Study of Perceptions of Students and Faculty at the Secondary and Post-Secondary Levels in the Laredo/Webb County Area

Presented by Dr. Faridoun Farrokh, Dr. Rohitha Goonatilake, Dr. Firooz Khosraviyani, and Dr. Juan R. Lira

Virtual Regional Dissertation & Thesis Archive

Presented by Ms. Jeanette Hatcher and Ms. Fen Lu