After struggling in his early days as a student, Ja’Lon Sisson found his passion and turned it into a prestigious graduate fellowship.
New research is highlighting potential advances in preventing the failure of systems critical to public and industrial infrastructure.
An ASU research team is exploring how to better analyze the use of social media by extremist groups and determine ways to counter its influence.
Already a leader in project-based learning, the Polytechnic School won one of six NSF grants to revolutionize engineering education.
Join us for E2!
E2 is about engaging first-year students in the Fulton Schools in activities that introduce them to ASU and our culture. We’re engineers, so this is not your typical welcome event. Learn more.
E2 is offered 10 times throughout the summer. Sessions are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Register today.
- ASU engineers demonstrate the world’s first white lasers
- ASU-developed app gives museum visitors an astronaut in the palm of their hand
- ASU engineers’ stretchable batteries voted most innovative
- Undergraduate research ignited Sisson’s passion for engineering
- Countering social influence and persuasion of extremist groups
- Research findings point way to designing crack-resistant metals
- Kyle Squires appointed vice dean of Fulton Schools, will serve as interim dean
- ASU’s Polytechnic School leading engineering education revolution
- Honsberg presented William R. Cherry Award
- Fusion of art and engineering producing stretchable batteries
- E2 session eight check-in, Tempe campus August 12, 2015
- E2 session eight check-in, Polytechnic campus August 12, 2015
- Summer session B ends August 11, 2015
- E2 session seven check-in August 10, 2015
- E2 session six check-in August 8, 2015
- E2 session five check-in August 6, 2015
- E2 session four check-in August 4, 2015
- Fulbright Canada Award for American Scholars application deadline August 3, 2015
- E2 session three check-in August 2, 2015
- E2 session two check-in July 31, 2015
Enrollment, 16,799 (fall 2014)
2,542 first-time freshmen (record enrollment)
$95.92 million (fiscal year 2014, estimated)
$85.33 million (fiscal year 2014, estimated)
Faculty, 304 Tenured/Tenure-track faculty
Degrees granted, 2,560 (2013-2014)
Learn more at engineering.asu.edu/factbook