Dark matter remains one of the primary mysteries in physics today. While cosmological observations tell us that dark matter makes up nearly 85% of all the matter in the Universe, we know very little else about it. Current experimental efforts are trying to establish the particle physics properties of dark matter, such as its mass and interactions, as well as its astrophysical properties, such as its density and velocity distribution. Our group studies the consequences of these experiments for theory models, develops new analysis strategies to ensure broad coverage of new-physics signals, and works with publicly available data to search for signals of dark matter. Some of our recent research efforts are highlighted here.