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Innovations in imagery

METEOR Studio’s promising research to advance visualization technology will be featured at an international mobile systems conference

Innovations in imagery

METEOR Studio’s promising research to advance visualization technology will be featured at an international mobile systems conference

Innovations in imagery

METEOR Studio’s promising research to advance visualization technology will be featured at an international mobile systems conference

Innovation and excellence

Scenic view of ASU's logo on a plinth outside Wrigley Hall on the Tempe campus

Top 10 in global patent rankings

ASU ranks 10th for U.S. patents awarded in 2018, up from 17th in 2017. Fulton Schools researchers make up the majority of those earning patents at ASU.

A group of 10 people including Materials Bowl teams and mentors stand around the Materials Bowl trophy they won.

Materials Bowl sweep

Fulton Schools students won the three top prizes against students from the University of Arizona in the 16th Annual Materials Bowl.

Colleen Jennings-Roggensack and Loren Aragon are on stage at Gammage Auditorium, whre Jennings-Roggensack is wearing the dress Aragon designed

Alum designs Tony Awards dress

Mechanical engineering alum Loren Aragon has created a couture fashion brand, ACONAV, and designed a dress worn at the 73rd annual Tony Awards.

A group of about 20 researchers stand in the middle of the immense ASU Drone Studio, surrounded by tons of open space.

New Drone Studio

The largest of its kind in academia, our new 230,000 ft3 Drone Studio is an instrumented space that provides a safe, controlled environment to test drone control.

Diagram showing how microscopic synthetic fibers from laundry go into wastewater systems and eventually into the ocean to depths of 3,280 feet.

Pervasive polymer pollutants

Microplastic “lint” from laundering synthetic clothing is concentrating in ocean ecosystems and organisms, including some food species.

graphic representation of the internet of things with a cityscape overlaid

Smart stuff showcase

Fulton Schools’ internet of things entrepreneurs have created a wealth of smart tools that can improve our health, enhance our security and increase our overall well-being.

Rosa Krajmalnik-Brown and Dae-Wook Kang work together in a lab

A gut feeling

Fulton Schools researchers have shown that gut bacteria influence autism-like behaviors in mice.

A group of about 60 sophomores pose outdoors on ASU's campus for a photo, all wearing their camp t-shirts

Mindset boot camp

The Fulton Schools’ Engineering Futures program teamed up with corporate partners to offer an immersive experience to help students become internship-ready.

Events

A big group of students attending E2 camp stand together smiling and making the ASU pitchfork gesture.

E2 Camp for incoming freshmen

First session:
Friday, June 21 – Sunday, June 21
View the schedule for all sessions

Welcome, Class of 2023! Our E2 camp for incoming freshmen is coming up! Students will spend three days (and two nights) with current students, faculty and advisors and learn the skills that will help you make get ready for college. Plus, it’s cooler in Prescott.

Everybody goes, everybody has fun! So register for a session today!

Four students sit together working in a Mac computer lab at App Camp, a Fulton Schools summer outreach program

App Camp still open for students in grades 7-12

July 8-19
9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Tempe Campus

App Camp focuses on teaching fundamentals of programming and computational thinking through iPhone app development. This class is for grades 9-12, but this year will have a few seats for middle school students (who have completed 7th or 8th grade) who are strongly interested in programming.

Learn more about App Camp and register by June 24.

$104M in research expenditures FY 2018
143 Patents in the last 3 years
29 NSF CAREER awardees in the last 4 years
21 Startups in the last 3 years

“Education is not just about being in the classroom. it’s about being well-rounded, and my education has been so much more than sitting in classes and taking exams and taking quizzes. It’s about walking on campus, and being a part of organizations and to meet such a diverse group of people and be a part of multi-disciplinary teams and projects and get to see all the different schools that Fulton is.”

Emily Gilmore

Industrial engineering

Get involved outside the classroom

Blackboard and Canvas logos

BlackBoard shutting down

Blackboard is going away June 30 — download any documents you’d like to save. You will no longer have access to Blackboard after Sunday, June 30, 2019. If you would like to save your work that is currently in Blackboard, please read “How to download work from Blackboard.”

a student intern sits at his computer, working

Summer employment, volunteer and internship opportunities

Need a job? Volunteer time? Check out all the opportunities on Inner Circle — and keep an eye out for our weekly Inner Circle email in your inbox.

A young man tutor helps a young woman student at a computer with her work

Tutoring Centers open for summer

It’s hot enough outside, don’t sweat your classes too! Continue to get support for your classes this summer from the Fulton Schools Tutoring Centers. Beginning Monday, May 20, 2019, stay cool by visiting in-person or online (excluding holidays) in ECF 102, Centerpoint 114 and online via Virtual Tutoring.

Casey Ankeny is pictured with students at a Fulton Schools “Feast With Faculty” gathering

Teaching Assistant? Register for TA Orientation

First-time Teaching Assistants must attend a TA Orientation Session. Registration is mandatory.  New TAs need to attend only one of the TA Orientation sessions. For questions email tad-q@asu.edu.