Research Centers & Institutes

Research Centers & Institutes

Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi is known for its strategic, multidisciplinary research. Within our extensive network of Centers and Institutes, TAMU-CC researchers, staff, and students work across disciplines to extend the boundaries of knowledge.

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Center for Coastal Studies (CCS)

CCS conducts basic and applied research, ecological monitoring, public education outreach, and graduate-level education and research programs.
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Center for Water Supply Studies (CWSS)

The Center For Water Supply Studies focuses on research and education to develop professionals and leaders who can recognize and address water issues.
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Conrad Blucher Institute (CBI)

The CBI conducts innovative research and encourages scientists and professional engineers to develop and apply technology solutions relevant to surveying, scientific measurements, and to the issues in the Gulf of Mexico region.
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Harte Research Institute (HRI)

The Harte Research Institute (HRI) for Gulf of Mexico Studies is an endowed and developing research institute at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi.
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Lone Star UAS Center

The Lone Star Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Center of Excellence & Innovation (LSUASC) is one of seven Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) UAS test sites in the United States.
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National Spill Control School

The NSCS offers specialized hands-on OSHA mandated training for professionals and workers in the Oil Spill, HAZMAT, and Emergency Management industries as well as others.
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South Texas Economic Development Center

The mission of South Texas Economic Development Center (STEDC) is to support and advance sustainable economic and community development in South Texas, particularly the Coastal Bend region.
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Additional Information

For more information regarding research funding, research support and research services, please visit the Division of Research and Innovation using the button on the right-hand side.