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Fulton Schools professors selected for NAE symposium

Darshan KarwatMike ChesterMike Chester and Darshan Karwat were invited to attend the U.S. Frontiers of Engineering symposium, which brings together progressive researchers to discuss engineering developments that effect human health and societal infrastructure.

 

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Innovation and excellence

Sze Zheng Yong

Predicting metal structure failure

Karl Sieradzki’s research reveals that new engineering alloys are needed to prevent stress corrosion cracking.

Sze Zheng Yong

Understanding autonomous swarms

Sze Zheng Yong’s research on the intention of controlled autonomous swarms led him to receive a DARPA Young Faculty Award.

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Meet EyeTell

ASU professor Yanchao Zhang leads research on new technology that deciphers touch screen passwords based on eye movements.

Three teenage students, a girl and two boys, sit around a laptop snacking and coding in a room full of others doing the same

SPARKing interest in code, college

The SPARK App League Game Jam, hosted recently at The Polytechnic School, aims to get kids early collegiate exposure — while developing code and winning cash.

Ming Zhao stands, arms crossed and smiling, in a server room.

Big data computing is shifting GEARS

Ming Zhao is developing GEARS, a system that can use a massive volume of data to detect security threats, disease outbreaks or crimes in real time.

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Diagnosing early-stage Parkinson's

Fulton schools professor Michael Sierks and a Mayo neurologist hope to identify a blood-based biomarker to diagnose early-stage Parkinson’s disease.

Stephen Krause sits at a table with three students discussing things with them and taking notes on a legal pad.

Formative, not formidable

Using his student-engaging formative feedback teaching method, award-winning professor Stephen Krause has improved student retention, grades, and happiness. 

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Chokepoints and censorship

Stephanie Forrest examines the architecture of the internet and the potential for censorship when information crosses borders.

Fulton Schools Career Fair September 25-27

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

Tuesday 9/25

Graduate student recruitment

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

Tempe campus registration

September 25, 2018

Noon–5 p.m.

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

Memorial Union (MU) second floor

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Wednesday 9/26

Undergraduate student recruitment

Tempe-based Fulton Undergraduate Student Recruitment Day 

Tempe campus registration

September 26, 2018

Noon–5 p.m.

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

Memorial Union (MU) second floor

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Thursday 9/27

Polytechnic student recruitment

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

Polytechnic campus registration

September 27, 2018

Noon–4 p.m.

(All hours open to all other students and alumni)

Student Union (UNION) Cooley Ballroom

More information

Get involved outside the classroom

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Connect with other Fulton Schools Sun Devils

No matter where you are in your Fulton Schools journey, there are so many opportunities, clubs and organizations to navigate. But right here, we have a few easy ways to customize your involvement.

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Get a free professional portrait

Take advantage of open studio hours to update your professional portraits — free and no appointment necessary. Please bring your Sun Card or have your ASU ID number ready. Dates and locations vary. See the schedule for September.

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Innovate at Devils Invent: NKK SmartSwitch®

Devils Invent is a series of weekend-long engineering challenges where you can design, build and implement innovative solutions to thematic problem statements submitted by community and industry partners. The next challenge is Devils Invent: NKK SmartSwitch® September 21–23.

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Apply for the ASU Innovation Open by October 31

The ASU Innovation Open fuels multidisciplinary teams of collegiate founders as they harness the power of entrepreneurship to tackle the world’s most challenging problems. Only one student-led venture can win it all — a $100,000 grand prize. Who will rise to the challenge?