Technē supports both new and existing collaborations through faculty grants, external support, and competitive funding opportunities. Technē creates contexts of experimentation, mixing arts, science, and technology, showcasing multifaceted products that act as mediators of knowledge. Technē strives to circulate findings internationally as we continuously partake in cultural exchanges. Strategies for co-producing events with similar organizations throughout the US, Canada, and Europe facilitate and advance this practice. As Technē operates on a global scale, we remain grounded through our University campus and its ability to engage students and the general public. Conversational frameworks between disciplines are constructed to develop relational research. The Technē Institute works with a number of University departments, including but not limited to English, Theatre & Dance, Art, Arts Management, Political Science, and Media Studies.