Research Impact Partners

This searchable database provides a list of organizations that support research impact work and includes potential partners for your broadening participation, evaluation, and outreach efforts. Use the drop-down menus at the left to filter the list of organizations by audience, services, types, or umbrella organization. 

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MD Anderson Cancer Center-UT Austin Strategic Collaboration

MD Anderson Cancer Center and UT Austin have launched a strategic collaboration aimed at promoting research collaborations between the two institutions. Investigators and leadership have worked together to identify research themes of mutual interest.

Arabic Summer Institute

The Arabic Flagship Program and the Department of Middle Eastern Studies at The University of Texas at Austin are proud to offer the Arabic Summer Institute (ASI), providing an intensive language and culture program for beginning, intermediate, and advanced students of Arabic.

UT Austin Federal Statistical Research Data Center (RDC)

The PRC provides infrastructure resources and sustains a dynamic interdisciplinary culture geared toward facilitating population-related research in areas that include Family Demography and Intergenerational Relationships; Education, Work, and Inequality; Population Health; and Reproductive Health.

Center for Equity in Engineering

The Cockrell School of Engineering is committed to broadening participation in engineering disciplines among people from populations that have historically been excluded from studying engineering.

City of Austin & UT Austin Pre-Proposal Collaboration Form

The Master Interlocal Agreement (ILA) between the City of Austin and The University of Texas at Austin facilitates research opportunities for City departments to collaborate more easily with university researchers. This form is for current COA Staff and UT Principal Investigators (PIs). The information provided on this form will be used to match City Departments with UT researchers.

City of Austin-UT Research Collaborations

The UT-City of Austin Master Interlocal Agreement (ILA) facilitates research opportunities for City departments to collaborate more easily with university researchers.

Community-Driven Initiatives

The Center for Community Engagement serves as The University of Texas at Austin’s central resource for those interested in volunteerism and service-learning throughout the UT and Austin communities by connecting the resources of the university to the community to meet community priorities.

Data Management and Collections (DMC)

DMC group works to meet the needs of faculty and researchers for data collection services, and to contribute to the potential of data-driven research to make discoveries. The group builds and maintains large data-management and storage resources and consults with collections' creators in all aspects of the data lifecycle, from creation to long-term preservation and access. The DMC group actively seeks out research and grant proposal collaborations with researchers and institutions with collections of interest.

Dell Medical Translational Research Training

This team supports training for Dell Med researchers and learners conducting translational investigation, as well as the development of an integrated learning health system in which research is embedded in, drives and reinforces excellence in clinical, educational and community-focused missions.

DesignSafe - Natural Hazards Engineering Research Infrastructure (NHERI)

Funded by the National Science Foundation, the Natural Hazards Engineering Research Infrastructure, NHERI, is a nation-wide, shared-use network of facilities tailored for the natural hazards engineering research community. Investigators employ these sites to test innovative ideas for mitigating damage from earthquakes, windstorms, tsunamis and related water hazards.