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The Office of Research and Grants focuses on the development and management of research initiatives and grants, which entails providing a range of research resources to foster stakeholder scholarly engagement, supporting the university's broader research training and development, and promoting grant tracking and compliance monitoring.
Grand Canyon University (GCU) is a Doctoral/Professional University (Carnegie Classification) that supports and promotes a wide array of student and faculty research. Aligned with the Boyer Model of Scholarship, GCU embraces the scholarship of teaching and learning, integrative community-based endeavors, applied scholarly initiative, and innovative discovery research. Our thriving research community includes independent faculty scholars, emerging doctoral student researchers, and a wide-range of collaborative faculty-student research teams. We balance our support of faculty scholarship with an emphasis on teaching and mentoring student endeavors. This integrated approach reflects our commitment to both student learning and our growing scholarly community. GCU hosts state of the art laboratory and simulation equipment, provides dedicated support for grant-funded and industry-sponsored research, and promotes innovation via progressive research policy and intellectual property guidelines.