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CBE candidate research themes
Our strategic research themes initiative is laying the foundation for collaborative research that addresses the big challenges facing industry and the nation. Four research themes have emerged:
- Wealth & Wellbeing: the circumstances of whole communities, societies and economies.
- Transformative Innovation: the tech innovation contribution to hasten the rate of transformation.
- Strong Organisations: the operation of organisations and their surrounding eco-systems.
- Foundations: the "air that we breathe" - with a true appreciation of scholarly values and scientific discovery that provides both the context for other work and its conceptualisation.
If you have other interests, we are more than happy to listen and help. Public, private, and non-profit organisations can all benefit from our initiative. Here you can find more about some of the opportunities available.
Research Themes brochure 2016
for further information please contact the CBE Research Services Office (RSO).
Our staff can work with you in a consulting capacity and apply academic rigour and expertise to help your organisation develop solutions to your pressing business challenges.
For more information, please contact the the CBE Research Services Office (RSO).
CBE Academics push the boundaries of knowledge through their cutting-edge research. Collaborate with us to leverage research to create impact and achieve long-term strategic goals for your organisation.
For more information, please contact the CBE Research Services Office (RSO).
Participate in training tomorrow's workforce through industry-based courses, Honours, Masters or PhD programs and scholarship stipends. This also gives you access to academic expertise through working with academic supervisors with the students.
For more information, please contact our Education Office.
The internship program in the ANU College of Business and Economics is a great initiative for industry partners to gain access to a pool of high-achieving and talented ANU students in their senior academic years for short-term projects.
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