Join Our Student-Faculty Research Community!
Georgian Court University offers student-faculty research opportunities across a range of academic disciplines, giving you opportunities to:
- engage in academic inquiry outside the classroom;
- explore real-life application of knowledge within your chosen major; and
- gain valuable skills relevant to your career goals.
Whether you are working on your own project under the guidance of a faculty member or are individually mentored by a professor while assisting with his or her research, participating in research at GCU will enhance your personal and professional development. Student-faculty research projects are valuable collaborations and one of the many ways in which GCU enhances the student experience.
Research Week 2018
Research 2018 celebrated the research, scholarship, and creative works of Georgian Court’s students and their faculty mentors.
Students presented in 24 poster sessions and five oral presentations on an array of research topics—from the impact of cell phone usage on face-to-face conversations and drug rehabilitation in juvenile males to the job attitudes of school psychologists and safety testing of American football helmets—and more.
Research Week, held April 9-12, kicked off with an opening reception highlighting the art and creative works of students. Faculty members also presented in a research session on wide range of disciplines. Student presentations were held during Academic Excellence Day.