PROMOTING NEW PARTNERSHIPSRTAC has a growing network of university researchers comprised of 254 graduate and post-doctoral students, lecturers, and faculty affiliated with 128 organizations around the world.
THE BENEFITSMembers of the RTAC network will have access to a number of professional opportunities and tailored resources.
Researchers will have opportunities to work with other researchers across the United States and in countries where USAID works. They will also be able to promote their research findings, other technical materials, and events hosted by their academic institutions.
Researchers may be invited to present as part of expert panels or participate in consultations around the Agency’s priority development topics.
Researchers will have access to innovative tools and resources that can help maximize the policy- and program-related impact of their research.
Researchers accepted to the RTAC network will be granted access to a password-protected database of short-term, USAID-funded research opportunities for global development.