The Faculty of Education, Science, Information Technology & Mathematics is affiliated with a number of prominent research institutes. Combining their expertise and knowledge with our own strengthens our ability to provide students with research evidence, analysis and knowledge which they can apply to their studies.
Inspire is a hub and network that applies innovative design thinking approaches to learning, communication and collaboration.
The Education Institute enhances the quality of education and training through research and evaluation projects as well as short courses for professionals throughout Australia and overseas.
The Australian Institute for Sustainable Communities (AISC) aims to contribute to sustainable social, cultural and economic development by providing research and professional development services to communities, government and the private sector.
National Centre for Forensic Studies (NCFS) develops and delivers enhanced education, training and research opportunities to benefit partner agencies and the wider forensic science community.
The Centre for Research in Therapeutic Solutions (CResTS) aims to identify and develop novel drugs by studying the molecular mechanisms of specific diseases.
The Institute for Applied Ecology (IAE) contributes to the understanding and improved management of species, communities and ecosystems in Australia and internationally, with particular reference to the effects of human activity.
The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Education Research Centre focuses on innovations in technology and mathematics education research.
The Human-Centred Technology Research Centre endeavours to perform world-class research that puts the human user at the centre of the technology development.