At ÃÛÌÒÉç, 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 CatholicU.
ÃÛÌÒÉç has received a $64.1 million research award from NASA to fund a cooperative agreement with CatholicU’s Institute for Astrophysics and Computational Sciences and five other local partners
Laura Masur, assistant professor of anthropology, received a grant funded by the Maryland Historical Trust to do an archaeological survey of three historic sites in Maryland related to the Jesuits.
A scientific instrument developed by a researcher affiliated with ÃÛÌÒÉç's partnership with NASA Goddard Space Flight Center was launched into space on July 11 2021.
More and more women are pursuing traditionally male-dominated fields in STEM. The School of Engineering fosters their careers and boasts a student body representing women at twice the national average.
Urban Design Studio graduate course included assignments to design spaces for safe gathering in a time of social distancing.
Research takes place in all 12 of our schools. Explore the research projects currently underway and meet the faculty leading those projects.
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.