leading a revolution

Already a leader in project-based learning, the Polytechnic School won one of six NSF grants to revolutionize engineering education.

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Passing the test

The Polytechnic School opens Arizona’s first open device lab for website testing and usability research.

Edward Kavazanjian

Regents’ Professor

Geotechnical engineering professor Edward Kavazanjian, has been named Regents’ Professor, the highest faculty honor at the university.

Mounir El Asmar

Close collaboration

Mounir El Asmar has been honored for his work highlighting the performance of emerging construction project delivery systems

Owen Hildreth

Industry impact

A trio of faculty members has been recognized as promising leaders with the potential for great research impact.

Make cool stuff with us – join the summer academy

Students in grades 4 through 12 are invited to engineer with us this summer. Enroll today for any of our exciting, fun and educational summer programs. Learn more and register

Renewable Energy

Learn how humans impact the natural environment and how to live sustainably in city environments in an Engineering Adventure Program on renewable energy.

Summer Transportation Institute

Transportation focus

The Summer Transportation Institute will engage you in projects and field trips that demonstrate how all types of engineers plan and maintain systems of transportation around the state of Arizona.

Mechanical Animations

Have you wondered how pop-up greeting cards and wind-up toys work? Explore the role of force and motion in designing mechanical animations.


Celebrate our grads!

We are proud of our graduating students and all their accomplishments. Check out the great moments from all of the commencement and convocation events on our flickr page.


Photo Archive/2013/04-April/Bethany-Smith-Portrait Meet the Outstanding Undergraduate Students, Distinguished Undergraduate Students and Outstanding Graduate Students honored by the Fulton Schools of Engineering during convocation.

Reverse-engineering the brain was continually on Markey Olson’s mind as she worked in the Grand Challenge Scholars Program.

The Fulton Schools celebrated a milestone, graduating the first two students from the four-year online B.S.E. program in engineering management.


Quick Facts

Enrollment, 16,799 (fall 2014)
2,542 first-time freshmen (record enrollment)

Research Awards
$95.92 million (fiscal year 2014, estimated)
Research Expenditures
$85.33 million (fiscal year 2014, estimated)

Faculty, 304 Tenured/Tenure-track faculty

Alumni,  48,824

Degrees granted, 2,560 (2013-2014)

Learn more at engineering.asu.edu/factbook


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