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The University provides and supports several resources for academic research, publication and sponsored funding.
A service of the Brackett Library, Scholar Works houses scholarship, publications, archives and creative works of the Harding academic community including faculty and current students. Browse historical records, publish content or conduct research with collections organized by author, college or special collection.
An extension of Scholar Works, the Faculty Gallery focuses on faculty scholarship in chosen disciplines. Find sources for your own research or connect with colleagues in your field.
The Office of Sponsored Programs at Harding provides support to Faculty and Staff that are seeking external funding opportunities or currently managing grants.
The McNair Scholars Program, made possible through a grant from the U.S. Department of Education, supports undergraduate students’ scholarly activities throughout the academic year and summer. The objective of the program is to provide academically enriching experiences and mentoring that prepares students for graduate school admission and eventual doctoral study. Learn more about McNair opportunities and how to apply for the program.
Harding's Institutional Review Board, composed of several highly qualified faculty and community members, is responsible for the review, evaluation and approval of research project proposals from current students, staff or faculty. Learn more about details of the review process and access review request forms.
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