Embry-Riddle is fully committed to student research. Nearly 90 percent of our students are directly connected with faculty members and industry partners through sophisticated research, capstone projects and internships. Many students at Embry-Riddle win awards and competitions and publish their research findings on a regular basis.
Students can work with faculty on faculty-led research projects, or they can devise their own research projects, supported by the university’s Ignite program or through other internal university research funding.
Embry-Riddle features about 400 organizations, many of which are focused on discovering knowledge, coming up with answers to important problems, or working in collaboration with other students of similar interests. Collaborative work helps advance the research process, and often leads to discoveries that individuals might not make by themselves.
Many student organizations have a designated research-related purpose, and give their members the opportunity to work on projects with faculty mentors. Learn more about student organizations at the Daytona Beach Campus and the Prescott Campus.
With its focus on applied research, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University engages in extensive research and consulting, working with private and public organizations to further the technology and systems necessary to aviation, aerospace, and related industries.
With residential campuses in Daytona Beach, Florida and Prescott, Arizona — plus worldwide instruction at more than 150 locations in the United States, Europe, Canada, and the Middle East — Embry-Riddle’s research capability is unsurpassed in the field of aerospace.