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Innovation and excellence
Advances in synthetic biology show it could be a potent force for solving health and energy challenges. Fulton Schools researchers are finding these solutions.
Ever since Rebekah Wagen was a little girl, she worked with her father in his workshop on his 2000 Honda Civic SI. They took apart the engine, the door locks, the window actuators.
Farid Taqatqa is a student in ASU and the Abdulla Al Ghurair Foundation for Education’s Open Learning Scholars, a new scholarship program for students in Arab countries to acquire master’s degrees from ASU Online.
The NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program supports outstanding students considered to be potential leaders in STEM fields. In this multi-part series, learn more about six new Fellows from the Fulton Schools.
Why choose the Fulton Schools?
We have the Fulton Difference.
We build engineers. Our students are part of a community of problem solvers, people who are passionate about designing and making innovative and entrepreneurial solutions. They are people who want to make a difference in the world, just like you.
Get involved outside the classroom
Do you love trivia? Have quick reflexes? Interested in competing in quiz bowl competitions? Try-out for the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering Academic Bowl teams, September 17–20
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®