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Research at 㽶Ƶ University


At 㽶Ƶ, our faculty and students are immersed in a culture of research. In fact, every year, we spend a whole day celebrating the work going on at the University in our annual . Whether you’re an undergraduate, graduate, or doctoral student, opportunities abound for you to participate in cutting-edge research projects in every program of study.

Here you'll find just a sample of what's going on at 㽶ƵU.

Undergraduate Research Opportunities Graduate Research Opportunities Research Centers and Facilities

Research News from 㽶ƵU

  • Provost Tells Podcast About Groundbreaking Physics Work

    “We’re made in a way to make sense of the universe,” Dominguez said.

    Provost Tells Podcast About Groundbreaking Physics Work
  • Innovators and Thought Leaders Gather for First-Ever NOVITATE Conference

    Scholars, Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, and faith leaders gathered in the Edward J. Pryzbyla University Center on Nov. 3 for the Conference to discuss how to break free of stifling social pressure to conform to the world and renew spheres as diverse as business, media, politics, and education to better promote human flourishing.

    Innovators and Thought Leaders Gather for First-Ever NOVITATE Conference
  • Biology Professor Venigalla Rao Makes Breakthrough in Gene Therapy Research

    Biology Professor Venigalla Rao Makes Breakthrough in Gene Therapy Research
  • Architecture Students Reconstruct a Piece of History with Smithsonian

    Chris Castrogiovanni, M.Arch. candidate, leaned in as he carefully fit together 70-year-old metal rods, or struts, from one of the first large-scale, self-supporting geodesic domes in the world and the first in North America. the The structure was reconstructed inside the iconic Flag Hall of the National Museum of American History, July 5 to 7, through a partnership between the museum and 㽶Ƶ University’s School of Architecture and Planning.

    Architecture Students Reconstruct a Piece of History with Smithsonian
  • Scholars Gather for First-Ever International Conference on the Search for the Alexandrine Liturgy

    㽶Ƶ has received a $64.1 million research award from NASA to fund a cooperative agreement with 㽶ƵU’s Institute for Astrophysics and Computational Sciences and five other local partners

    Scholars Gather for First-Ever International Conference on the Search for the Alexandrine Liturgy
Biology professor and students in lab
Psychology lab

Research Day

University Research Day celebrates intellectual curiosity across disciplines. This is an annual event that brings students and faculty together to share their work and learn about the breadth of scholarly endeavors taking place beyond their own areas of study.