From classroom projects to the final thesis, report, dissertation or treatise, graduate students are involved in research.

Research Units

Campus Research Units & Centers

The University of Texas at Austin supports cutting-edge research in all disciplines, offering more than 200 dedicated research units and centers.

Research Sites

Off-Campus Research Sites

In addition to the many research centers, groups, laboratories and services on our main campus, The University of Texas at Austin has state-of-the-art facilities spread across the city and state.

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Office of Research Support

The Office of Research Support ensures that all research conducted on campus complies with all applicable laws, regulations and university policies.

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Office of Sponsored Projects

The Office of Sponsored Projects serves as the coordinating office for externally funded research and sponsored projects, assisting faculty and professional research staff in their efforts to secure and ensure proper stewardship of external funding.


Department of Statistics & Data Sciences

Get answers to your questions. This office offers students, faculty and staff free statistics consulting.

Present Your Thesis to 12 Year-olds

Present your Ph.D. Thesis to a 12 Year-Old Project

The Graduate School at The University of Texas at Austin recognizes the importance of supporting graduate students' outreach efforts. The 'Present your Ph.D. Thesis to a 12 year-old' project is one example of graduate students making an extraordinary impact on society.