The Alan Dreeben Research Center’s mission is to enable faculty and student development through promoting active engagement in research and collaborative activities. In doing so, we demonstrate a dedication to service in the pursuit of knowledge and social justice, both locally and globally.
ADRC is about creating opportunities…
…FOR FACULTY to turn concept into reality by connecting faculty with the resources to conduct active research.
…FOR STUDENTS to turn theory into practice by providing experiential learning on relevant quantitative and/or qualitative research projects.
…FOR THE UNIVERSITY to venture beyond the classroom in collaboration with the community.
The Center for Medical Tourism Research (CMTR) is located in the H-E-B School of Business & Administration at the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas. This is the first center in the world devoted to medical tourism research. The center founder and Director is David George Vequist IV, Ph.D. who is regarded as one of the leading academic speakers and authors on medical tourism.
Robert J. Jr and Helen C. Kleberg Center for Innovative Research and Clinical Learning (CIRCLe) exists to extend the healing ministry of Jesus Christ, the Incarnate Word, by preparing faculty to use emerging and evidence-based technologies in the education of health professionals that facilitate the quality and improvement of healthcare across the lifespan.
The CIRCLe advances education and research that focuses on the role of emerging technologies in preparing health professionals. The CIRCLe will facilitate acquisition of external funding to support scholarship and research, faculty development and mentorship in the city of San Antonio and the South Texas Region.