Research is a vital component of the Stuckeman School. Faculty and students draw upon the resources of a major research university (RU/VH rated) to enrich and broaden their scholarship. The Stuckeman School houses a number of key research centers and initiatives, and a broad array of additional collaborative opportunities exists University-wide.
- Hamer Center for Community Design: Building on nearly 20 years of experience, the Hamer Center explores three key topical areas: design/build, community-based research, and public interest design.
- Stuckeman Center for Design Computing: A collaborative research and teaching studio-lab focused on developing and testing innovative computational design techniques.
E+D (Ecology + Design): A collaborative of designers and ecologists who undertake research activated design intervention that improves the ecological health of the designed world.