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Congratulations, Class of 2016!

Our graduates stand out

This spring we graduated more than 2,400 students from the Fulton Schools of Engineering. With more than 60 degree options, our students all take a unique path and all have stories to tell about how they got to this moment.

Students in our graduating class have excelled in research, community service, entrepreneurship and outreach, leaving a lasting and beneficial impact on the Fulton Schools community, Arizona and elsewhere. Meet the Class of 2016

Make, code and engineer this summer

K-12 students can spend their summer learning about Mars, 3D printers, tunnels, or even build a robot to compete in a robot sumo competition!


First LEGO League, Jr.: Solve a real-world scientific problem with LEGOs (Entering grades 1-3)

Fun with Physics: Explore planes, trains, roller coasters, automobiles and more (Entering grades 6-8)

Camp Revolution: Use service learning and social entrepreneurship to solve real world problems (Entering grades 9-12)

View more K-12 summer programs and register for the Fulton Schools Summer Academy


Lab launch

The Avnet Innovation Lab will support ASU entrepreneurs developing new technology, especially inventions that make the world a better place.


Solar’s outlook

Researchers have employed a groundbreaking approach to create a solar cell that’s more efficient than ever thought possible.



When Prajwal Paudyal began his research on human-computing interfaces, he also found an interest in American Sign Language. He combined the two to improve gesture-based computer input.


Ron Askin greets graduate student at Convocation

Driving force

As founding director of the School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering, Ron Askin has been a driving force behind the rapid growth of the school and its reputation.