Research and Innovation
At Alphacrucis we believe that our limits are set by our imagination not our existing knowledge. Research involves disciplining our imagination: asking questions that move us beyond the conventional to uncover answers that move us beyond the problematic. At present, we undertake research across a range of disciplies, from biblical and theological studies to education and leadership studies. We also share a commitment to add faith to learning so that our research outcomes are truly inspirational. So consider what research at Alphacrucis could mean for you and how our skills could enhance asking and answering the questions that really matter to you.
The Research Office exists to facilitate, coordinate and promote a culture of research and innovation at Alphacrucis. As such it works with research staff to produce research outputs and outcomes that are beneficial to the church and society at large. This includes the hosting of the Pentecostal Heritage Centre and the publication of the Australian Pentecostal Studies journal. Further, it aims to foster the values of research and inquiry among students and early career researchers by providing them with relevant services and events, such as the Alphacrucis Research Colloquia and Research Skills courses.
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Research @ Alphacrucis
Whatever questions drive you, we can offer you a rigorous and challenging academic environment to pursue them within. The MA(CS) course has a built–in research component such that all students are expected to complete either an integrated project or Research Project as part of their course.
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