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Interactive mobility management

Fulton Schools researchers pursue tech innovations to make Arizona a leader in automated mobility and smart transportation systems

Innovation and excellence

Igniting connections at E2

Igniting connections at E2

Connecting with others helps keep us inspired and motivated, and first-year Fulton Schools students make some of their earliest connections at ASU during E2.

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Igniting connections at E2

Igniting connections at E2

Connecting with others helps keep us inspired and motivated, and first-year Fulton Schools students make some of their earliest connections at ASU during E2.

read more

Events and opportunities

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SafeZONE Workshop Series begins September 30

Students, join us at the first of the Fulton Diversity Difference Workshop Series: Student SafeZONE.

Specifically designed with a STEM focus, the Fulton Schools SafeZONE workshops are an interactive educational experience designed to increase the overall campus community’s understanding and awareness of issues faced by lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning, intersex, asexual/allied and other marginalized students.

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Diversity and Affinity Groups Online Career Fair

A career fair for Fulton Schools Students and alumni who participate in diverse and professional student organizations as well as those in specialized honors programs like EPICS and GCSP and are seeking full-time, intern or part-time jobs.

Friday, October 2, 2020
9 a.m.–4 p.m.

Ignite Sparky Design Challenge

Ignite Sparky Design Challenge

The Ignite Sparky Design Challenge, powered by Devils Invent, aims to “level-up” Sparky, the most loved and feared mascot in the Pac-12, if not the entire NCAA, by developing the most awe-inspiring and innovative mascot powers imaginable.

Ignite Sparky Design Challenge kickoff
Friday, October 2, 2020
5 p.m. (MST/PST)

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Get involved in research

Gain research experience with the Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative (FURI) and Master’s Opportunity for Research in Engineering (MORE) programs.

Enhance your curriculum with hands-on lab experience, independent and thesis-based research, all under the direction of a Fulton Schools faculty member!

Undergraduate students: Apply for FURI by noon on October 21, 2020
Graduate students: Apply for MORE by noon on October 21, 2020

Scene from ASU Innovation Open January 2020

ASU Inovation Open

Got a new venture? ASU Innovation Open (ASUio) is awarding more than $300,000 to the top student ventures. Apply by Saturday, October 31. Visit asu.io for more information.

Fulton Schools facts

$115M

in research
expenditures
FY2019

192

patents in
the last
3 years

graphic of robotic arm

42

NSF CAREER
awards in
the last 5 years

#13

online engineering graduate programs

graphic of an arm holding up a chemical flask

$115M

in research
expenditures
FY2019

 

graphic of robotic arm192

patents in
the last
3 years

 

 42

NSF CAREER
awards in
the last 5 years

 

graphic of an arm holding up a chemical flask#13

online
engineering
graduate
programs

 

The Fulton Difference

“I came to ASU because college initially wasn’t an option for me and I wanted to change that…ASU was the first college that accepted me after passing my GED.”

Este CrespoEste Crespo, Graphic information technology

“One thing from my experience in the Fulton Schools that I’m going to take with me is my ability to overcome and learn from failure.”

Kira Tijerino
Kira Tijerino, Mechanical engineering

“One good thing from my experience at Fulton is the connections I made with my peers. I know these relationships will last even after I graduate.”

Chris TamChris Tam, Aviation

“Engineering has shown me that I am capable of more than I once thought, that I could do math and science and be creative at the same time.”

Delaney Kranz
Delaney Kranz, Computer science