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Fulton Schools team wins top prize at ASU Innovation Open

An Arizona State University team won $100,000 at the ASU Innovation Open on Friday to fund their business, which makes a device that relieves anxiety.

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Innovation and excellence

Wang earns CAREER Award

Robert Wang is looking to help bridge this technological gap by creating new high frequency phononic crystals with a CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation.

STEM Conference inspires teachers

The STEMteachersPHX Conference, hosted on Feb. 3, helped teachers and administrators build strong STEM programs and encourage students to join STEM fields.

Spotlight on autism, microbiome research

A new in-depth documentary reports on new knowledge about links between autism and health problems revealed by the work of ASU researchers.

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.

Helperbots and supportbots

Fulton Schools faculty host the Southwest Robotics Symposium to explore how robots can help humans.

Stimulating nerves and young minds

Jennifer Blain Christen is entering an entirely new field of medicine — electroceutical. This field treats diseases with the direct electrical stimulation of specific nerves, triggering self-treatment within the body.

Fulton Schools and Dash link up

The Fulton Schools and Dash, a digital currency, have announced a partnership designed to accelerate advances in blockchain transaction speed, efficiency, security, and expand its uses.

Freshmen dome-inate

A team of three Fulton Schools freshmen earned 2nd place at the ASM Geodesic Dome Design Competion, out-competing many other teams.

“ASU helped me build a home.”

“ASU helped me determine what I wanted to do and where I wanted to be, and the person that I became is 100% because of ASU. I found a home here and I wouldn’t take back any of it.”

Rachel Dedinsky

Class of 2018, Computer systems engineering

Get involved outside the classroom

Career Fair is next week

Career Fair Plus info thumbnailGet the app! 

Visit Handshake and Download Career Fair Plus for the most up-to-date career fair information, including the list of employers for each day. 

Graduate student recruitment

Tempe-based Fulton Master’s and Ph.D. Student Recruitment Day 

Tempe campus registration
February 20, 2018
Noon–5 p.m.
Memorial Union (MU) second floor

(4–5 p.m. open to all other students and alumni)

Undergraduate student recruitment

Tempe-based Fulton Undergraduate Student Recruitment Day 

Tempe campus registration
February 21, 2018
Noon–5 p.m.
Memorial Union (MU) second floor

(4–5 p.m. open to all other students and alumni)

Polytechnic Student Recruitment

Polytechnic-based Undergraduate, Master’s and Ph.D. Graduate Student Recruitment Day 

Polytechnic campus registration
September 14, 2017
Noon–4 p.m.
Student Union (UNION) Cooley Ballroom

(All hours open to all other students and alumni)

Fulton Student Council presents Engineering Week Feb 19-23, 2018, sponsored by Fulton Student Council and the Fulton Schools

E-week is Feb. 19-23

Engineering Week (E-week) is a time to celebrate the international impact engineers like you have on the world. Fulton Student Council has packed the week full of fun events for engineers by engineers. See all the E-week details

Fulton Ambassadors

Apply to be a Fulton Ambassador by March 2

The Fulton Ambassadors are looking for qualified undergraduates Fulton Schools to join the organization!

Faculty members and a grad student look at a computer in a lab.

Graduate student and post-doc awards

Graduate students and postdoctoral researchers can learn more about a variety of Distinguished Awards through our interactive website and regularly hosted information sessions. Learn more