Research and Centers
Research energy, ideas, innovation, and scholarship can be found throughout the Pratt Institute community. From leading new community development policy research, to developing new sustainable art with robotics, to advancing research in K-12 art and design education, to knitting new wearables with conductive yarn, to visualizing unique GIS datasets, the #PrattResearchPower is endless. These research stories of innovation, impact, and reflective design practice, are being told through events, exhibits, publications, and entrepreneurship. Below are five campus-wide centers that are leading the way, along with research in all of our schools from Liberal Arts and Sciences to Architecture.
Through partnerships, alliances, government and foundation grants, Pratt faculty, staff, and students are changing what we know about our world.
For more examples of our Centers’ work, visit www.prattresearchcentershere.org.
The Research Centers exhibit at the Library, Brooklyn Campus, Summer 2018.
Research Open House
Through partnerships, alliances, government and foundation grants, Pratt faculty, staff, and students are changing what we know about our world Research energy, ideas, innovation, and scholarship can be found throughout Pratt Institute. Pratt invites you to an afternoon on the Pratt campus to celebrate research. This is an opportunity to see how Pratt faculty and students are changing the world of research, from new fashion wearables that sense your movements to creative STEAM learning experiences at music festivals and pop-up interiors that explore design in rural communities.
Pratt Research Open House, March 30, 2019
Research Clinic Hours
Signup for time to brainstorm with our research staff in the Provost’s Office on your new ideas, possible funding paths, opportunities for strategic partnerships and more.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to tell us what Tuesday and time you would like to meet, and send any materials we should read prior to meeting. Should these hours not work for your schedule, please feel free to email the above address for a separate appointment. Please complete as much of the research summary form as you can and include a brief paragraph describing your research idea.
Let Us Know What You’re Doing
With any of the funding opportunities, we ask that you please fill out this form and email it or walk it over to the team at the Research and Strategic Partnerships Office (North 206). This way we can help you work on your proposal (e.g., develop budgets, submit forms) and track your success. The more we know how you are doing, the more we can help you achieve their goals.
For Further Queries
Feel free to contact the Research & Strategic Partnership team at: email@example.com.
Or email Allison Druin, Associate Provost for Strategic Partnerships at: firstname.lastname@example.org.