Global Research and Innovation
Global Education, in partnership with KSU faculty members from the College of Architecture and Construction Management, College of Computing and Software Engineering, College of Science and Mathematics, Burruss Institute and Office of Research, is collaboratively working on multiple global research projects that promote the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals in support of the UN2030 Agenda.
Learn more about the current global research projects below:
The Times Higher Education (THE) SDG Impact Ranking Survey
The Times Higher Education (THE) SDG Impact Ranking Survey provides KSU the opportunity to measure our university’s progress specifically around SDGs, as well as to highlight the accomplishments of KSU faculty and staff regarding implementing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN-SDG) throughout our campus and service-area communities. Global Education collaborating with the Office of Institutional Research and faculty from the College of Architecture and Construction Management of KSU in this project.
The COVID-19 Survey Project
The COVID-19 Survey project aims to pilot a prediction model to forecast the infection rate of COVID-19. Through a three-phase research project, the study will develop a prediction model suitable to define red lines of reluctancy to incorporate behavioral change in the community.
The objectives of the project are to:
a. Identify the social characteristics of adaptive behaviors
b. Establish a social carry capacity index of adaptive behaviors
c. Develop a trained predicting model to forecast the infection rate
Global Education is collaborating with faculty from the College of Architecture and Construction Management, College of Computing and Software Engineering, College of Science and Mathematics and Burruss Institute on the research project and actively seeking external funding.