Partners & Affiliates

We know that building the just right team is imperative to planning and implementing a successful project. We can help you find the right partner through our lists of professionals, or you can set up a consultation to explore further. Additionally, we can help set up a team management plan that is appropriate for your project.

If you are looking for UA collaborators based on their disciplinary and research expertise, please explore the UA’s Institutional Knowledge Map

If you are searching for a Broader Impacts partner, it is best to reach out to the contact person early in your project planning. Partners listed in the database are not guaranteed in terms of availability or capacity to participate. We have existing relationships with most of the programs and are happy to make email introductions.

Broader Impacts Partners

If you are looking for a Broader Impacts Partner, search our Partner Database



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Education Researchers

If you are looking to add an Education Researcher to your team of investigators, view our list of UArizona faculty members and their areas of specialty. 


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Project Evaluators

If you are looking for a Project Evaluator, view our list of internal and external Evaluators.



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Our Affiliates

STEM Learning Center

The STEM Learning Center facilitates institutional partnerships, supports effective initiatives, and advances scholarship that promotes equitable access to high-quality, STEM experiences, resources, tools, and expertise.

Native People’s Technical Assistance Office (NPTAO)

NPTAO serves as the liaison for Native Affairs to the Office for Research, Innovation and Impact (RII). Through engagement and collaboration with Native Nations throughout Arizona, NPTAO provides research support and capacity building, training and education in Indigenous law and governance for Native peoples, and technical assistance for tribal community development.

Undergraduate Research

Undergraduate research gives students the opportunity to take what they have learned in the classroom and apply that knowledge and skills to a real-life question. UR helps students identify their research interests, find research opportunities, and get the most out of their experiences.

Arizona's Science, Engineering, and Math Scholars (ASEMS)

ASEMS provides services for promising students who are underrepresented in STEM, especially students who are first in their family to attend college, from low-income households, who transferred from a community college, and from underrepresented groups, such as women and minorities.