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Re-imagining education

Keith Hjelmstad was named an ASU President’s Professor for his ability to challenge and excite undergraduate students through the innovative, highly-engaged learning environment that he created.

Re-imagining education

Keith Hjelmstad was named an ASU President’s Professor for his ability to challenge and excite undergraduate students through the innovative, highly-engaged learning environment that he created.

Innovation and excellence

INFORMS students Logan Mathesen, Nathan Gaw and Daniel Tran stand together, arm in arm, smiling

Informed decision-making

The ASU INFORMS student chapter works to make connections for the ASU community through seminars, networking events and activities.

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When is it OK for AI to lie?

Professor Subbarao Kambhampati, a Fulton Schools computer scientist, sees lying as a natural progression for artificial intelligence.

Five members of the The Remote Exhibit Interpretive System team stand with the Psyche spacecraft model in process in the lobby of an ASU building

Capstone projects aid NASA's Psyche mission

Fulton Schools students and faculty are working on capstone projects to support a journey to a unique metal asteroid called Psyche. 

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Online journey

Eileen Naski kept on track with her career, marriage and family while earning an electrical engineering degree — thanks to the online education option.

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How 'bout them apples?

A company which produces an industrial ripe-apple detector has won the 3rd annual ASU Innovation Open, a pitch competition started in part by associate professor Cody Friesen.

A group of young Asian scientists gather around a container where many plants have been planted and are growing in rows

Solving challenges in Southeast Asia

The Fulton Schools continues to strengthen ties between the U.S. and Southeast Asia by creating opportunities for early career researchers in Lower Mekong.

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Education in action

“It’s so much fun to see the kids get all excited and to see the robots they build,” Lim says. Student and alumni volunteers flock to help young engineers at the AZ FLL state championship.

https://asunow.asu.edu/20190125-asu-startup-wins-arizona-innovation-challenge

Breezing past the competition

ASU Startup “Breezing,” founded in part by associate professor Erica Forzani, won an Arizona Innovation Challenge award. Breezing is a wearable technology that measures metabolism and allows users to view their real-time data on a mobile app.

Join us at ASU Open Door @ Tempe

Saturday Feb. 23, 1-6 p.m.

Look at all the fun we had at Open Door @ Polytechnic!

Did you miss Open Door @ Polytechnic?

Then join us at ASU Open Door @ Tempe
Saturday Feb. 23, 1-6 p.m.

$104M in research expenditures FY 2018
143 Patents in the last 3 years
19 NSF CAREER awardees in the last 3 years
21 Startups in the last 3 years

“Going to school doesn’t mean only going to school for classes, it means having a connection and a lot of opportunities and that’s what the Fulton Schools provides to us.”

Ivana Ninkovic

Engineering Management

Get involved outside the classroom

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Invent for the Planet 2019

Race to innovate in a global, 48-hour intensive design experience with Devils Invent: Invent for the Planet 2019. Solve high-impact, global problems simultaneously with more than 20 international universities beginning Friday, February 15, 2019. 

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Help at ASU Open Door Feb 23

The Tempe campus will soon host visitors to explore and experience the creative energy that powers a world-class university — and the Fulton Schools play an important and major role. You can help us make this awesome event a success! Volunteer positions range from assisting with hands-on activities to helping set up and clean up.

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Career Fairs are coming up. Get ready!

The Fulton Schools Career Fairs are an amazing way to connect with potential employers. Get yourself ready with prep sessions this week, and mark your calendars for the spring fairs February 19-21.

Get your free professional portrait

Attend Open Studio this semester! We provide free professional portraits to all Fulton Schools students and staff. These photos can be used for LinkedIn profiles, FURI student abstracts, news stories, student organization directories or the ASU iSearch directory. See all the Open Studio dates.