Research at UNE
UNE is internationally recognised as one of the great teaching and research universities. The university undertakes fundamental and applied research in many disciplines. Its scholars and scientists have established international reputations through their contributions in areas such as rural science, agricultural economics, educational administration, environmental management, nursing and health.
Students, academics and research staff are all integral contributors to UNE leading the way in research, in conjunction with UNE’s ongoing commitments made to research achievements through funding, scholarships and the support of research centres. There are currently more than 500 PhD candidates studying with UNE, an important sign of the university’s research vigour, and desirability in the doctoral student market as an outstanding research institution. PhD students at UNE benefit from working with world-class researchers in their field and from the quality of supervision and support they receive throughout their study. For more information on research at UNE visit http://www.une.edu.au/about/research/.
Cooperative Research Centres (CRC) associated with UNE
Australian Poultry CRC
- Sheep Innovation Industry CRC
- Beef Genetics Technology CRC
- Cotton Catchment Communities CRC
- CRC for Remote Economic Participation
- CRC for Spatial Information 2
- CRC for Irrigation Futures
Joint Ventures with NSW Industry and Innovation
- Animal Genetics and Breeding Unit (AGBU)
- Primary Industries Innovation Centre (PIIC)
- National Centre for Rural Greenhouse Gas Research (NCRGGR)
In addition to the CRCs, there are University Research Centres that are located within the Schools. Please check the relevant School's website for more information on these Research Centres.