In enhancing the quality of education and knowledge, faculty members of Sanata Dharma University work cooperatively in distinguished research collaborations. Below are some of them
Faculty of Teacher Training and Education
This research is a collaboration with Tuning Academy (Deusto University, Spain) which is fully funded by Erasmus Plus from the European Union. This collaboration also involves other universities from Southeast Asia, such as Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Yangon University of Education (Myanmar), University of San Agusti (the Philippines), West Visayas State University (the Philippines), University of San Carlos (the Philippines), Prince of Songkla University (Thailand), and Chulalongkorn University (Thailand)
This research aims to examine the quality of education and to map the strategies to improve the quality of education in the region of Mappi, Papua.
This research is a collaboration with Deakin University, Australia.
This research is a collaboration with Sogang University, South Korea.
The Graduate Program in English Language Studies (Magister KBI) has been in close cooperation with Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU), University of Santo Tomas (UST Manila), University of San Carlos (USC Cebu) and Academy of Mobility Humanities, Konkuk University (KU Korea). We founded a consortium called CLASS (Cultural, Literary, and Arts Studies Society) through which we have shared key note speakers as well as managed joint researches and conferences in our respective universities. The articles culminating from the colloquia and conferences have been published in reputed international journals, such as Kritika Kultura and Diaspora and Cultural Criticism. The consortium has produced several thematic researches and articles, such as “literary modernism”, “literary liquidities”, and lately “island studies”.
Island studies as a grand theme was initiated in 2018 in Jakarta, when the consortium developed its membership to include the representatives from the University of the Philippines, Universitas Indonesia, Universitas Gadjah Mada and Universitas Kristen Indonesia. The first round of the series of this general theme was hosted by the Ateneo de Manila University in 2019 and the subsequent colloquia and conferences will be hosted in Jakarta, Yogyakarta, and Korea.
The Steering Committee of the consortium is composed of Dr. Vincenz Serrano ( ADMU), Dr. Maria Luisa Torres Reyes (UST) Dr. Ramon Guillermo (UP), Dr. Hope Sabanpan-Yu (USC), Inseop Shin (KU), Dr. Paulus Sarwoto (USD), Dr. Ied Veda R. Sitepu (UKI), Dr. Wening Udasmoro (UGM), and Dr. Melani Budianta (UI).
Developing ANUGA Tsunami and Flood Software
ANUGA is a Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) package for modelling the impact of hydrological disasters such as dam breaks, riverine flooding, storm-surge or tsunamis. This research is a collaboration with the Australian National University, Geoscience Australia, Wollongong City Council, and Central Coast Council, Australia.
This research is a collaboration with The Woolcock Institute, University of Sydney, and School of Pharmacy, University of Sydney, Australia, which aims to formulate a model of pharmacy service for asthma patients.
This research is a collaboration with Dr. Erwin Martinez Faller from Pharmacy Department, Brokenshire College, the Philippines, which aims to explore the impacts of ASEAN Economic Community policies on the position and role of the Pharmacy Higher Education Institutions in the ASEAN region.
The role of Catholic shrines and pilgrimage sites in the evangelization of the Church in the divided, complex and plural world in Indonesia and Southeast Asia
This collaborative research looks into the role of Catholic shrines and pilgrimage sites in the evangelization of the Church in the divided, complex and plural world, especially in Indonesian and Southeast Asia. By taking a number of shrines and their organizations as case studies, this research is guided by these questions: why do Catholic shrines in Indonesia and Southeast Asia continue to draw pilgrims, including those of other faiths?
This research is part of a larger study-project done by the International Center for Mission and Formation (CIAM – Centro Internazionale di Animazione Missionaria), an agency within the Vatican’s Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples in Rome. This study-project is on the theme of Popular Piety and Evangelization: Asian and African Perspectives that brings together a small group of scholars with expertise or interest on topics and themes related to popular piety and evangelization to explore together what it means for the Church to be engaged in evangelization in Asia and Africa.
We are open for opportunities to have research collaboration with numerous institutions and/or individuals. If you and/or your institution are interested in collaborating with us for having research in various fields of study, please feel free to contact us through the International Office.