When you research with us, we’ll support you with the teams and tools you need to achieve your goals. We can assist you with your grant and ethics applications, and help you find funding sources, manage your reporting and data management requirements, and finalise contracts.
If you’re planning a research project, we’re ready to support you. We assist with your grant, ethics, and related applications, help you to build collaborations, and provide career planning and professional development.
The Research Office can help you find funding sources, as well as completing expressions of interest, tender submissions and grant applications – including those with industry. We also assist with all pre-award and post-award steps.
Our eResearch team can assist you with data management advice, survey tools and design, privacy law requirements, information protection and other IT intensive aspects of your research.Get connected
Publishing and reporting your findings is a key research activity. Your publications can be added to our Research Database (Orion) assisting out submissions to Excellence in Research for Australia.Read more
Contact us to prepare and review the research contract for your project, whether for grant awards or unfunded research, for relationships with government and industry, for commercial projects, and for collaborations.Contact us
Becoming a research candidate is exciting. But it may be hard to understand what you’ll need to do over the lifetime of your degree. Find out what’s involved at every step of the journey, and which resources and forms you’ll need along the way.Start your journey
The team at the Office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research) is here to assist at each stage of your research project. Find specialised research contacts for grants, contracts, ethics, finance, and assessment.
The Symposium will begin with a public lecture by Prof. Tyler VanderWeele, of the Harvard University Human Flourishing Program. The lecture will take place at 17:30 on 17 September, in the Christ Lec...General event
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Our very own Professor Herb Marsh (BA Hons, Indiana Univ, MA, PhD, UCLA; Dsc UWestSyd; HonDoc, Ludwig Maximilians Univ Munich) has presented his keynote address at the 2018 Australian Psychological So...Research
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We announced last month that Bryan S. Turner and Berna Zengin Arslan were the winners of the 2014 Sociological Review Prize for Outstanding Scholarship for their article Legal pluralism and the Sharia...Research
Orion is our corporate research management system used for tracking, processing, and administering research activity.Go to Orion
Are you a current researcher looking for a particular form? Browse our research forms to find the document you're seeking.Find forms
At ACU, we’re committed to a research environment that meets the highest standards of compliance, integrity, and ethics.Read the detail
Our library is home to a wealth of resources, including a bank of previous theses to help guide you on your research journey.Search repository