The Faculty of Science, Health, Education and Engineering currently houses one research centre, the GeneCology Research Centre, and three research clusters, the Inflammation and Healing Research Cluster (Inflame), the Cluster for Health Improvement (CHI), and the Nursing and Midwifery Cluster (NURTURE).
Sport and Exercise Science research, Exercise Physiology, Nutrition and Dietetics and Fitness Research have also been formalised within the Faculty, and a number of School of Science, Education and Engineering staff within the Climate Change, Coast and Catchments area are also involved in a number of educational and research projects that focus on climate change adaptation.
The Faculty of Science, Health, Education and Engineering are conducting research on Eastern grey kangaroos in South East Queensland, using the population on the University's Sippy Downs campus as a case study.
Honours and higher degrees by research
The Faculty currently has more than 60 students undertaking a broad variety of honours projects and higher degrees by research projects.
Students considering honours studies are encouraged to consider the honours projects available for study. These honours projects can complement your undergraduate degree by specialising in your area of interest.
The Faculty also offers a range of projects that can be undertaken by internal and external students at honours, masters and doctorate levels.
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Research partners and services
The Faculty has created strong strategic partnerships with community, government and private organisations to create networks for collaborative research and to improve future employment opportunities for our graduates.
The Faculty has collaborative arrangements with a number of research partners and offers services to the local community on the assessment of water quality by leading and accredited facility staff from Analytical Services.