Research clusters at Concordia University of Edmonton (CUE) promote scholarly collaborations in known or emerging areas of common interest, and such collaborations may or may not cross academic disciplines.
Research clusters are led by CUE faculty members, who engage in both basic and applied research activities and a range of scholarly, creative, and performance practices.
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Criteria for Recognition of Research Clusters
New research clusters require the approval of CUE’s Vice President Academic & Provost.
For an application to be considered, a research cluster must:
- Include a minimum of three researchers working on an area of common interest. Members may be pursuing individual projects in a related field or pursuing collaborative research as a team.
- Propose one (or more) research projects that will result in scholarly outputs, such as publications or academic events.
How to Apply
For more information about research clusters at CUE, please contact email@example.com.