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Students pitch EPICS solutions

Eight student teams competed for funding to implement solutions for community challenges ranging from water purification to public health to internet access.

Students pitch EPICS solutions

Eight student teams competed for funding to implement solutions for community challenges ranging from water purification to public health to internet access.

Innovation and excellence

A group of about 20 researchers stand in the middle of the immense ASU Drone Studio, surrounded by tons of open space.

Stepping up to the challenge

Recent Grand Challenge Scholar graduates took on interdisciplinary research, multicultural experiences and service projects to solve NAE Grand Challenges.

A group of about 20 researchers stand in the middle of the immense ASU Drone Studio, surrounded by tons of open space.

New Drone Studio

The largest of its kind in academia, our new 230,000 ft3 Drone Studio is an instrumented space that provides a safe, controlled environment to test drone control.

A group of about 20 researchers stand in the middle of the immense ASU Drone Studio, surrounded by tons of open space.

Mass production of nanomaterials

Fulton Schools Assistant Professor Bruno Azeredo introduces new method for electrochemical nanoimprinting of silicon.

a man stands on a stage displaying a "Blue Moon" Blue Origin spacecraft

ASU to develop payloads for Blue Origin

ASU will develop one or more payload experiments to be launched aboard Blue Origin’s Blue Moon lunar lander.

Emily Alcazar stands on Palm Walk wearing her graduation gown

Civil engineer at age 17

Emily Alcazar, Fulton Schools’ youngest graduate, gets a head start on making an impact.

Map of US-Mexico border with symbols to display plan for an energy and water corridor

Envisioning a borderlands innovation zone

Fulton Schools Professor Ronald Adrian is a of co-author of an ambitious proposal for a U.S.-Mexico energy and water corridor.

Alumna Olivia Brancati conducts an interview with Himanshu Dave at the Spring 2019 Fulton Schools Career Fair

Preparing future engineers

ASU’s Friends of Civil and Environmental Engineering group supports educational efforts and gives back to the profession by preparing qualified engineers.

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Essential reading

Fulton Schools faculty and staff recommend books to provide insights and inspiration for students

Congratulations, Class of 2019!

Yesterday the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering sent more than 2,600 new computer scientists, aviators, entrepreneurs, information technologists and, of course, engineers into the world. Graduates, your new journey begins today. Be bold, solve problems, and make a better tomorrow for us all!

Events

ASU 2019 Statewide Symposium in Regenerative Medicine

Statewide Symposium in Regenerative Medicine

Statewide Symposium in Regenerative Medicine
Friday, May 17–Saturday May 18, 2019
Skysong, Synergy I & II, Building 3
1475 N. Scottsdale Road Scottsdale, Arizona [map]
Register to attend

The Statewide Symposium will bring together Arizona’s lead scientists, clinicians and other industry leaders in the areas of stem cell biology and regenerative medicine. Technical and scientific sessions will highlight emerging research in the areas of developmental biology, disease modeling and translational cell therapy. A pre-conference workshop will provide select students and researchers an opportunity to receive hands-on training in pluripotent stem cell culture and manipulation.

Job/Internship Seekers' Career Conference, May 13, 2019

InvestU Pitch Event 2

InvestU Pitch Event 2
Monday, May 20, 2019 
5:30–8 p.m. 
Fulton Center (FULTN) Lincoln Room, Tempe campus [map
Register to attend

InvestU, an ASU + Thunderbird Investor Network, will host its second pitch event to connect a community of investors and university-affiliated startup companies. Investors will have the opportunity to invest in two pre-screened, early-stage companies affiliated with the university.

The two startups seeking investment will each present for 10 minutes with an additional 10 minutes for investor Q&A. In addition, student researchers will also be presenting their independent study of the startups’ business and markets.

Get more information

$104M in research expenditures FY 2018
143 Patents in the last 3 years
29 NSF CAREER awardees in the last 4 years
21 Startups in the last 3 years

“ASU has given me the skills to thrive in situations where I’m pushed out of my comfort zone.”

Linzy Voytoski

Environmental and resource management

Get involved outside the classroom

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Summer employment, volunteer and internship opportunities

Need a job? Volunteer time? Check out all the opportunities on Inner Circle — and keep an eye out for our weekly Inner Circle email in your inbox.

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Take Ethics of Autonomous Vehicles

A new online summer course is now being offered, TMC 498/FSE 598: Ethics of Technology Entrepreneurship: Autonomous Vehicles. The course fulfills the university literacy and critical thinking (L) requirement and is a Summer B session course, running July 3-Aug. 13, 2019.

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Tutoring Centers open May 20

It’s hot enough outside, don’t sweat your classes too! Continue to get support for your classes this summer from the Fulton Schools Tutoring Centers. Beginning Monday, May 20, 2019, stay cool by visiting in-person or online (excluding holidays) in ECF 102, Centerpoint 114 and online via Virtual Tutoring.

Casey Ankeny is pictured with students at a Fulton Schools “Feast With Faculty” gathering

Teaching Assistant? Register for TA Orientation

First-time Teaching Assistants must attend a TA Orientation Session. Registration is mandatory.  New TAs need to attend only one of the TA Orientation sessions. For questions email tad-q@asu.edu.