Research activities
United College of Aviation, Science and Management is concerned about the systematic investigation into and study of materials and sources in order to establish facts and reach new conclusions.
The strategic plan for research at Cornell can be summed up simply: Be the best at what we undertake to do. The research enterprise supports university research priorities: aerospace; cross-college collaborations; and enabling research areas--computing and information sciences, genomics, advanced materials, and nanoscience. We build on our strengths when creating programs, recruiting faculty, purchasing equipment, and supporting interdisciplinary programs. Cornell research is committed to knowledge transfer and engages in technology transfer and economic development activities that benefit local, regional, national, and international constituents.

To study at this campus is to be immersed in a research environment; the faculty members who teach our classes are engaged in research at the forefront of engineering sciences. Undergrads as well as graduate students have the opportunity to work closely with faculty members from diverse personal, academic and professional backgrounds on a wide variety of exciting research and development projects.


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