Partnerships and Engagement
The Global Sport Institute aims to establish meaningful and innovative partnerships at local, national, and global levels. If you are interested in partnering with us, please e-mail email@example.com or fill out our interest form.
Arizona State University and adidas have come together to create the Global Sport Alliance, a groundbreaking collaboration between two renowned innovators. This new, comprehensive partnership connects students, faculty, employees, researchers, engineers and a global network of thought leaders and partners to develop and exchange ideas, undertake joint inquiries and research, inspire people to act on key findings and transform ideas into reality in measurable ways. Most recently, we've worked with adidas on their She Breaks Barriers initiative. Watch the video by clicking here, and learn more about the initiative here.
The Global Sport Institute, supported by a combination of institutional ASU funding and a significant philanthropic gift from adidas, is a traditional academic research institute that embraces the goals of the Global Sport Alliance. For more information about the Global Sport Alliance, please visit adidas.asu.edu.
Stellenbosch University, located along the Western Cape of South Africa, is among the region's leading universities, boasting the highest student success rate in the country. The Global Sport Institute has partnered with the school's Centre for Human Performance Sciences to exchange faculty and research staff, jointly develop research programs and projects, and explore opportunities for student exchanges, professional and academic events, and other areas of interest or collaboration.
Global Sports Innovation Center Collaboration
The Global Sports Innovation Center powered by Microsoft (GSIC) has signed a collaboration agreement with the Global Sport Institute (GSI) and the J. Orin Edson Entrepreneurship + Innovation Institute (Edson E+I) at Arizona State University. This agreement creates a global connection with the goal of enhancing knowledge sharing, developing activities that will foster sports startups in the U.S., and aggregate each entities’ individual value to their ecosystems.
The three entities plan to invite, promote and facilitate presence and business in Arizona as a hub of international technology-based startups related to the sports industry. All the startups who engage with this new collaborative programming will receive the support of each entity for internationalization processes and connections in the international sports industry through startup competitions, incubation and acceleration programs, hackathons, workshops, webinars, masterclasses and other opportunities to be announced.
The Global Sport Institute is proud to collaborate across disciplines, and to support both Arizona State University and community events. Below are those we've engaged with that include co-sponsored events, campus conversations, and more. If you are interested in collaborating with us, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out our interest form.
Ability360 Sports & Fitness Center
Alliance of Indigenous Peoples ASU
Center for Imagination and the Borderlands
Center for the Study of Race and Democracy
College of Health Solutions at ASU
Entrpreneurship + Innovation ASU
Global Futures Laboratory at ASU
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at ASU
Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory
Martha's Vineyard African American Film Festival
Morgan Stanley Global Sports & Entertainment
Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law | Sports Law and Business
School of Community Resources and Development | Community Sports Management
School of Historical, Philosophical and Religous Studies | Sports, Culture and Ethics
Singleton Foundation for Financial Literacy and Entrepreneurship
Tucker Center for Research on Girls & Women in Sport
Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication | Sports Journalism