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Transportation Innovation

ASU researchers are set to play a leading role in planning the future of the nation's transportation systems.

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Henderson named President’s Professor

ASU President’s Professor Mark Henderson inspires students with his idealism and love for learning. His teaching and mentorship in the practice of humanitarian engineering motivates them to approach their education with a spirit of commitment to apply what they’re learning to changing the world for the better.

Remember your big day.

In December 2016, we graduated more than 1,000 students from the Fulton Schools of Engineering. You can rewatch the high-spirited events celebrating graduating students online, visit the Fulton Schools Flickr to downloads photos from graduation day, and read about some of our outstanding graduates

New year, new semester, new events!

Night of the Open Door

February 17, Polytechnic campus
February 25, Tempe campus

We’re opening our doors to the community! Explore our innovative spaces, participate in hundreds of interactive activities and talk to students, faculty and staff. Learn more

Fulton Schools Career Fairs

February 27-28, Tempe campus
March 1, Polytechnic

Students and alumni gather to network with representatives from organizations, corporations and agencies seeking engineering and construction candidates for full-time and internship positions. Learn more

FURI Symposium

April 21, 1–3 p.m.
Tempe campus

At this semi-annual poster presentation, students in our research and travel grant programs present their research and share their findings with ASU peers and faculty, and the community at large. Learn more

Fulton Schools News Highlights

Inventor Recognized

Research utilizing bacteria to decontaminate waste water and generate electricity and valuable resources at the same time earns Regents’ Professor Bruce Rittmann prestigious academic honor.

Online Ranks High

In the U.S. News & World Report rankings, the Fulton Schools has placed among the top 15 online engineering graduate programs for four years in a row, and for 2017 is ranked 13 out of 87 ranked schools.


Microbe Management

Associate Professor Rosa Krajmalnik-Brown has been selected to help the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine explore topics surrounding microbiomes.

Read more on Full Circle, our news site for alumni and friends