Discovering appropriate funding sources and finding potential collaborators can be difficult. We have resources to help.
- The University of Arizona Libraries invite UA-affiliated researchers to apply to the Data Grant Program for the purchase of commercially available data sets. The data can be numerical, geospatial, textual, visual, or audio. The data set cannot include restricted data, such as personally identifiable information (PII) data, HIPAA, ITAR, or other sensitive data. The library’s goal is to build a data collection for broad use by the UA community, and preference will be given to requests that support that goal.
- The Office for Research, Innovation and Impact provides tools and resources to identify internal funding and external funding opportunities.
- Search for public and private funding opportunities through Pivot (also see Pivot tutorials), the Foundation Directory Online, and Grant Forward.
Fellowships at the library
For graduate students
- Digital Project Fellowship
- Participate in librarian-led workshops to learn how to manage websites and content on web platforms hosted through Domain of One’s Own (DoOO)
- Digital Scholarship and Data Science Fellowship
- Pursue self-directed study of advanced topics in digital scholarship and data science. Get technical training in instructional design, digital pedagogy, and open educational resources. Share your growing expertise through workshop instruction and online tutorials.
Connecting with others
- Discover campus collaborators through UA Profiles
- Find research centers and support staff through the Office of Research, Innovation & Impact
- Connect with other inventors and industry through Tech Launch Arizona
- Consult with Heather Froehlich about digital scholarship
- Find subject librarians by college/department
- Consult with research support experts at the Libraries