Minnesota State Mankato faculty members are scholars on the leading edge of knowledge in their fields. They work together with students in applying their knowledge to solve real–world problems. Faculty and students conduct research in state–of–the–art facilities, including a number of research centers.
April is Research Month. The purpose of Research Month at Minnesota State University, Mankato is to highlight, celebrate and share the research, scholarly and creative work of our faculty, staff and students internally and externally.
The IRB is an administrative body established to protect the rights and welfare of human research subjects recruited to participate in research conducted under the sponsorship of Minnesota State University, Mankato.
From start to finish the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs is a one-stop shop for Minnesota State University, Mankato faculty and staff interested in obtaining grants and securing contacts.
The goal of the Center for Excellence in Scholarship and Research (CESR) is to help advance the careers of faculty, staff and graduate students at Minnesota State University, Mankato. We provide a forum where faculty can share ideas and collaborate with a community of scholars.
The Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) is an administrative body established to ensure the safe and ethical treatment of animals in laboratory and research settings at Minnesota State University, Mankato.
The Undergraduate Research Center (URC) helps students set themselves apart from their peers, improve their resumes and gain real-world experience. Opportunities include the undergraduate research symposium, grant opportunities, internships, mentor opportunities, and more.