The College of Health and Public Affairs is home to federal, state and local government grants and contracts as well as privately supported projects. Many faculty members and students conduct research in local communities throughout Central Florida. Others are engaged in research across the country and around the world. Learn more about these exciting research endeavors by visiting the links below.
Visit the links below for faculty research interests and current/recent grants.
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Recent grants include funding from the National Institutes of Health and U.S. Department of Education.
Department of Criminal Justice
Funded research includes multiple grants from the National Institute of Justice.
Department of Health Management and Informatics
Current sponsors include the Children’s Home Society of Florida and Florida Hospital.
Department of Health Professions
Faculty members secure research funding from both government and professional organizations.
Department of Legal Studies
Faculty expertise includes affirmative action, freedom of speech, surveillance law and the right of privacy, among other topics.
School of Public Administration
Recent funding includes two grants from the National Science Foundation.
School of Social Work
Current support includes multiple grants from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
Doctoral Program in Public Affairs
The program is committed to the development of a knowledge base of empirical research and theory development to guide public policy.