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ASU and Coursera partner to launch online Master of Computer Science

This new degree program will be offered through the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering and hosted on Coursera, one of the world’s largest online education platforms.

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Innovation and excellence

hands with blue latex gloves are shown working on a small electronic component with a fine, pointy tool.

NanoFab: Helping businesses navigate the nanotech world

A longtime partnership with Laser Components DG is among many successful industry collaborations that make NanoFab a go-to resource for high-tech companies.

Fulton Schools alumnus John Nerison sits at a laptop

Gone tutoring

Retired structural engineer and ASU alumnus John P. Nerison, PE, seeks to give back to the engineering profession he found so rewarding by providing online tutoring for students across the country.

Assistant Professor Francois Perreault is shown receiving an award for advances in nanotechnology

Making sustainable strides in nanotechnology

A Fulton Schools doctoral student and two faculty members swept the top research awards at a major international nanotechnology conference.

ASU President Michael Crow accepts a poster-sized $2 million check to kick off a medical technology workforce development initiation from a group of four Maricopa County executives: Steve Chucri, Shelby L. Scharbach, Jeremy Stawiecki, and Gregg Ghelfi.

ASU to lead MedTech workforce program

ASU to lead MedTech workforce development program with $2M investment from Maricopa County Industrial Development Authority.

ASU's College Avenue Commons building against a beautiful golden sunset

Students shine in competition

Fulton Schools construction management and engineering students earn top rankings at Reno competition.

A young woman speaks with a recruiter at the spring 2018 Career Fair

Deep talent pool attracts top employers

Two Career Fair days provided more than 3,500 students and alumni opportunities to meet representatives of companies, government agencies, U.S. military operations and nonprofit organizations.

David Brafman (left) and Nick Brookhouser examining a plate used in an assay to characterize the identity of the hiPSC-derived neurons used in their research.

ASU-Mayo team awarded NIH grant

When aging goes wrong: David Brafman and the Mayo Clinic’s Dr. Richard J. Caselli were awarded an NIH grant to investigate causes of Alzheimer’s disease.

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Online program ranked #11

The Fulton Schools ranked #11 in 2018’s U.S. News and World Report’s Best Online Engineering Programs Rankings, in part by bucking the trend of exclusivity and focusing on inclusivity and student success.

What would you give to on Sun Devil Giving Day?

Save the date for Sun Devil Giving Day, Thursday, March 22 — your donation makes a difference! All members of our ASU community — alumni, parents, fans, friends, faculty, staff and students — are invited to give to the areas they care about the most. Together, our potential is limitless. Join us on social media with the hashtag #SunDevilGiving and let us know why you give.

“We are the problem solvers.”

“What we do is related to our lives. We are the problem solvers. We identify problems, and solve the problems, and create a better life for all of us.”

Peiheng Li

Civil, environmental and sustainable engineering

Get involved outside the classroom

Sparky getting his portrait taken at a Fulton Schools Open Studio

Get a free professional portrait

Stop by an Open Studio session to get a free professional portrait for your own personal use. At the Tempe campus 3/15 and 4/10; Polytechnic campus, 3/21.

Devils invent

Devils Invent: Bring your own idea, March 23–25

Join us on the Polytechnic campus and spend your weekend building a prototype and a pitch to present to a panel of judges. No particular theme, no limitations to your innovative creativity! 

Ideas ignite innovation. People power progress. Challenge waht's possible with the ASU-Draper Entrepreneurship Incubator program

Entrepreneurship opportunity

The Entrepreneurship Incubator is a training and mentorship experience in Silicon Valley to help individuals learn how to become successful entrepreneurs. Apply by April 15.

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Join us: FURI Symposium, 4/20

At this poster presentation event, students present their research findings with peers, the ASU community and the community at large. Win FURI swag!