Research Centers and Institutes

  • Center for Research Computing

    The Center for Research Computing (CRC)

    The CRC provides consultation, documentation, training, research guidance, and data compliance support for researchers using the High Performance Computing cluster, which is comprised of high-end storage and computing resources with pre-configured software for faculty, student and classroom-based research in partnership with the Office of the CIO and Vice President for Information Technology. 

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    Center for the Advancement of Military and Emergency Services Research (AMES Research)

    The AMES Research Center will lead the development of solutions to complex occupational and behavioral health concerns that negatively impact military and emergency services personnel, their families, and the communities in which they live. We will use cutting-edge, multidisciplinary scientific expertise to design and execute tailorable, scalable, and culturally aligned research. The AMES Research Center will be the nexus for translational military and emergency services health and wellness research implementation in the state of Georgia.

  • Center for Innovation in STEM Education Research

    Center for Innovation in STEM Education Research (CiSTEMer)

    The mission of the interdisciplinary research center is to support KSU faculty focused on improving the teaching and learning of STEM at both the PK-12 and collegiate levels. Center staff conduct research, provide professional development, and build community partnerships focused on improving research and research-based  STEM education practices. 

  • KSU Field Station

    KSU Field Station

    The KSU Field Station, managed by the Office of Research, is a 25-acre property located two miles from the Kennesaw Campus. The KSU Field Station offers an outdoor space for interdisciplinary research opportunities and a living learning laboratory for researchers, educators, and students. The goal is to support safe and sustainable communities through research, education, and civic engagement, while also addressing the instructional and research needs of Kennesaw State University.

  • CSSC

    Research Center for Sustainable Communities

    The Research Center for Sustainable Communities (RCSC) formalizes a transdisciplinary hub for the advancement of scholarship and partnership on sustainable, equitable, resilient, and healthy community environments. The RCSC is committed to catalyzing transformative initiatives through cutting-edge research and community-engaged collaboration across a diverse array of stakeholders from academia, community, industry, government, and nonprofit sectors.