We are committed to the pursuit of knowledge, the dignity of the human person and the common good. As part of this pursuit, we engage in research that creates real change with sustainable outcomes, partnering and working closely with organisations and individuals that can help us achieve those outcomes.
Research engagement is the interaction between researchers and research end-users. This includes industry, government, non-governmental organisations, communities, and community organisations.
Engagement with researchers benefits the community by bringing much needed expertise to solving complex real-world problems. It improves the health, wellbeing and prosperity of individuals, organisations and communities.
Engagement with ‘end-users’ benefits researchers by enabling them to understand and solve real world problems, providing access to research participants and intervention sites, and increasing the competitiveness of their grant applications.
When we engage with end users we create a mutually beneficial transfer of knowledge, technologies, methods or resources. Essentially, research impact is the contribution that research makes to economy, society, environment or culture, beyond the contribution to academic research.
Child safety is a priority for everyone, everywhere. Our Safeguarding Children and Young People portal links organisations to resources, training and up-to-date research, helping them create an environment that’s transparent and accountable for keeping children safe.Visit the portal
We encourage our staff and students to engage with the community through community giving and volunteering opportunities. Check out our curriculum program for undergraduate students and opportunities for our staff.Find opportunities
The relationship between health and religion is complex. This collaborative program aims to contribute to the body of evidence on the benefits of pastoral care to patients, staff and families.Explore the program
National Liturgical Architecture and Art Board (NLAAB) and Australian Catholic University Centre for Liturgy invite you to an upcoming symposium, Where Your Treasure is, There Will Your Heart Be Also:...General event
A/Prof Prue Cormie‘s contribution to sports and science in Australia was recognised last month, following Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA) calling upon the sector to nominate influential wom...Research
We are committed to ethical research conducted with integrity and respect for the rights and interests of participants.Our standards
Contact our team to find out more about how you or your organisation can engage with our research and researchers.Talk to us
Discover our commitment to the pursuit of knowledge, the dignity of the human person, and the common good.Read our mission
Find out how we get good things done. Learn more about our leaders, and organisational and governance structures.Take a look