The Division of Innovation and Applied Research is a resource for TU faculty and staff. We have expertise in technology transfer, identifying community partners, survey and evaluation research, technology integration, and that’s just the beginning. Additionally, in collaboration with faculty, we provide rich and relevant research opportunities for students.
Securing Joint Grants
We have a strong record of combining faculty research interests with our expertise in applying for and securing federal and state grants and contracts that provide valuable research and scholarship opportunities.
Leveraging internal and external resources, we help faculty members take their technologies and innovations to market. We can aid in everything from filing the patent to identifying partners.
With over 70 professional members we have a diverse portfolio of skills that can support and enhance your research projects and grants, including:
Database and Application Development
Website Design and Hosting
Event and Conference Planning and Promotion Services
Training and Outreach
Partnerships Across Campus
This blog series features faculty and acdaemic administrators currently partnering with the Division of Innovation and Applied Research.
Jonathan Lazar Professor, Department of Computer & Information Sciences
"DECO has much more involvement with industry than a typical academic department, and they have experience building industrial applications. Many universities have an “Office of Technology Transfer” which works to take research ideas and prototypes from university researchers"...read more>
Dr. Lori Kiyatkin
Assistant Professor, Corporate Strategy & Entrepreneurship, Department of Management
"I joined the advisory board of the TowsonGlobal Business Incubator during the summer of 2010. As a board member, I have had opportunities to collaborate in many fruitful ways with TowsonGlobal’s staff"...read more>
Dr. Ray Lorion
Dean, College of Education
"RESI’s contribution to CAIRE is now deep and broad. Their expertise in the management of large projects has been an essential component of CAIRE’s becoming organized and able to recruit, train, and monitor what are now nearly 40 individual applied scientists"...read more>