Five centers dedicated to research enhance the productive research environment at the school. They provide ample resources for your scholarship as well as opportunities to participate in the scope of the work.
The Center for Advanced Social Research (CASR) is a leading provider of survey research. Methods include program evaluation, data collection, customized questionnaires, statistical analyses and more. [More]
The Center for the Digital Globe (CDiG) focuses on interdisciplinary research, teaching and service to Missouri businesses. They also collaborate on research, teaching and service at the national and international levels. [More]
The Health Communication Research Center (HCRC) employs a multi-method approach for creating social change. They handle a wide range of projects from general education to public health to policy advancement. [More]
The PRIME (Psychological Research on Information and Media Effects) Lab is both a research and teaching laboratory devoted to the study of how different features of media affect the way that people think, feel and act. They conduct theory-driven, empirical research using psychophysiology and other behavioral science methods. [More]