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Sparking the indigenous imagination

Fulton Schools one ASU partner offering summer pilot program to Native American high schoolers living in the Valley

Sparking the indigenous imagination

Fulton Schools one ASU partner offering summer pilot program to Native American high schoolers living in the Valley

Sparking the indigenous imagination

Fulton Schools one ASU partner offering summer pilot program to Native American high schoolers living in the Valley

Innovation and excellence

Two high school students work on a photovoltaic project

Lighting the way

Nine teams of high school students presented their innovative solar energy projects at the IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference High School Competition.

Heather Boysel portrait with words "Alumna named Phoenix influencer"

Engineering early career success

Problem-solving skills lead Fulton Schools alumna to be named among Phoenix’s most influential young leaders.

A microfluidic chip, which looks like a clear plastic microchip, sits on top of images of cancer cells and fibroblast cells

Studying cancer on a chip

Fulton Schools researchers discovered a new role that fibroblast cells play in the spread of breast cancer tumors using microfluidic tumor models.

A researcher stands in front of his poster at a scientific meeting

Environmental challenges in 4D

Engineers and scientists gather to explore ways to improve our built environment, the natural environment and human health. One way: using cyberspace technology.

Aerial view of a busy downtown with "Metis Center for Infrastructure and Sustainable Engineering" imposed on top (screenshot from Metis site homepage)

Metis Center awards sustainability projects

ASU’s Metis Center, directed by the Fulton Schools’ Mikhail Chester, recently named their first Sustainable Infrastructure Award winners from across Phoenix.

Samuel Ariaratnam portrait

Down the pipeline

Samuel Ariaratnam has been named a member of the U.S. National Academy of Construction in addition to receiving the 2019 Excellence in Pipelines Award.

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


The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering magazine


E2 Camp for incoming freshmen

Next session:
Monday, July 29 – Wednesday, July 31
View the schedule for all sessions

Welcome, Class of 2023! Our E2 camp for incoming freshmen is coming up! Students will spend three days (and two nights) with current students, faculty and advisors and learn the skills that will help you make get ready for college. Plus, it’s cooler in Prescott.

Everybody goes, everybody has fun! So register for a session today!

$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

“Education is not just about being in the classroom. it’s about being well-rounded, and my education has been so much more than sitting in classes and taking exams and taking quizzes. It’s about walking on campus, and being a part of organizations and to meet such a diverse group of people and be a part of multi-disciplinary teams and projects and get to see all the different schools that Fulton is.”

Emily Gilmore

Industrial engineering

Get involved outside the classroom

Story Corps image with two people in a studio talking and a sound engineer smiling

Register for the StoryCorps One Small Step project by July 19

The School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership at Arizona State University will host StoryCorps’ One Small Step project on campus this August. The One Small Step project aims to bring two people who disagree politically closer together through civil discourse led by a moderator.

a student intern sits at his computer, working

Ready for your next steps? Enroll in Preparing Future Faculty and Scholars!

Enroll in Preparing Future Faculty and Scholars (PFx), a professional development course provided by the Graduate College for doctoral and MFA students as well as postdocs who are interested in exploring career opportunities in academia, industry, government or the not-for-profit sector.

The six members of the Daedalus Astronautics team together hold up their large rocket with a Sparky-style pitchfork at the end

New graduate students: Attend Graduate Student Welcome events, August 16–21

Newly admitted master’s and doctoral students in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering are invited to join us for our Graduate Student Welcomes! Meet other students and faculty in your school and learn more about your graduate studies.  

A large group of students sit in the stands of Wells Fargo arena at the Fall Welcome, smiling for the camera and making the ASU pitchfork gesture

New first-year and transfer students: Get ready for Fall Welcome, August 20

Welcome to the Fulton Schools! We have a host of events lined up to help orient you to your major, help you get involved in student orgs and find resources to help you be successful at ASU. Check out the schedule of events below, or find more information about the Fulton Schools Fall Welcome events and ASU Welcome Week events.