Research at IU

Research at Immaculata

Immaculata University encourages all types of research at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Faculty and students have been involved in research spanning a host of subjects, from bioinformatics, DNA protocols, diversity in the white deer population, and environmental runoff, to reducing obesity and chronic disease, the impact of voice recognition on distance learning, and analysis of well water.

The University is very proud of its Office of Sponsored Research, established in 1998, which assists both faculty and students with funding for comprehensive research. The Office, funded originally by an award from the National Institutes of Health, is now a critical and established part of the University’s academic offerings.

We look forwarding to sharing faculty and student research projects with you.
 


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