With a culture of rigorous inquiry and a commitment to interdisciplinary research and learning, the University is a place where scholars break new ground every day. Our faculty conduct field-defining research and pursue innovative solutions to the world’s most complex challenges. Their work expands the idea of what’s possible while having real-world impact. The Office of the Provost works with partners across the University to create opportunities for faculty to pioneer research and provide the resources they need to do their best work.
 
This office supports researchers at the University and the national laboratories in their endeavors, providing guidance, resources and administrative assistance to help them advance cutting-edge research.
 
URA provides guidance and support for research funding and compliance for all University of Chicago-sponsored projects.
 
As a center of intense intellectual inquiry, the Library reflects the University of Chicago’s aspiration to be the most dynamic research and learning environment in the world. The University of Chicago Library system consists of six branches: The John Crerar Library, The D'Angelo Law Library, Eckhart Library, The Joe and Rika Mansueto Library, The Joseph Regenstein Library, and the Social Service Administration Library.
 
This policy provides guidance for all University faculty, staff, and students to help ensure research is designed, conducted, and reported in accordance with all applicable laws and good research practices.   
 
This centralized service for faculty and researchers that work with sensitive research data is designed to ensure that restricted information is protected in accordance with local, federal and international laws and regulations.
 
The UChicago community continues to advance ideas and innovations that enrich human life.
 
Across more than 140 institutes and centers, University faculty and researchers come together to answer big questions.