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