- Australian Native Title Studies
- Centre for Housing, Urban and Regional Planning
- The Confucius Institute
- Australian Workplace Innovation and Social Research
- Australian Population and Migration Research Centre
- Public Health Information Development Unit
- Faye Gale Centre for Research on Gender
ANTS conducts research and professional training & development in the field of Australian native title studies.
The Centre for Housing, Urban and Regional Planning (CHURP) comprises a network of researchers, academics and other practitioners whose shared vision is to undertake high quality housing, urban and regional research and disseminate their findings for the betterment of society.
The Confucius Institute at the University of Adelaide promotes the learning of Chinese language and culture, a broader and more informed understanding of China, both across South Australia and beyond.
WISeR focuses on how organisational structure and practices, technology and economic systems, policy and institutions, environment and culture interact to influence the performance of workplaces and the wellbeing of individuals, households and communities.
APMRC is the Australian Population and Migration Research Centre, and is staffed by a core team of professionals with specialised expertise in the areas of health and aged care, population projections, demographic analysis, spatial analysis and modelling, and web technologies.
The Public Health Information Development Unit (PHIDU) is committed to the development of an integrated health information system in Australia that can provide information on a broad range of health determinants across the life course. A major emphasis is on the development and publication of small area statistics for monitoring inequality in health and wellbeing.
The Fay Gale Centre for Research on Gender supports research that engages with gender issues, working particularly in the areas of citizenship, health and social inclusion.