Clear Vision and Values
Striving to be the most cyber-savvy Land Grant College in the nation
Our vision is to have wide-scale adoption from faculty and staff of the cyber technologies that we promote, educate, and develop internally or partner externally. To be considered as the model example of a Communications and Research Computing Unit that other Universities look at when organizing cyberinfrastructure.
CCT is part of the Cyber Experiment Station, a subunit of the Arizona Experiment Station. Our place is recognized within the national Experiment Station system, a federally supported effort to facilitate and disseminate scientific innovation, helps us bring science and its impact on communities to broader audiences.
View our Strategic Plan
Learn about our role in the Arizona Experiment Station
CCT is guided in part by the Cyberinfrastructure Advisory Group
Adaptability: Our team is composed of self-starters who adapt to change in technology and industry, keeping UA on the cutting edge.
Innovative: We dedicate time to incubate new ideas and encourage each other to cultivate outside-of-the-box strategies.
Quality: The products and services we offer are given our best effort. We’re detailed oriented and take pride in our work.
Integrity: We believe in delivering the best service possible, even if that means outsourcing a project or service that is recognizably better. We always have the UA best interest in mind.
Inclusivity: We’re an open and engaging team that seeks opportunities to partner with the college and campus community to develop new initiatives.
Trustworthy: We believe in a responsible and honest work environment, both among our team members and the faculty, staff, and students we serve.
Engaging: We pride ourselves on our human aspect of Cyber technology. We are educators, partners, and consultants, not just “bit-heads”. We meet in person when possible and always welcome walk-ins.
Humility: Not all of our designs and innovations work as planned. We can admit defeat, learn from mistakes, and embrace constructive criticism.