Night of the Open Door was a success!
Thousands of visitors descended on the Tempe campus on the evening of February 25, 2017, for the final Night of the Open Door of the year. As always, the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering faculty, staff and students had a slew of activities for guests of all ages, with interactive exhibits on topics ranging from 3D printing, electron microcopy and environmental microbiology to disease detection with smell, the future of photovoltaic technology and rocketry.
Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative (FURI) Symposium
Friday, April 21, 2017
Sun Devil Fitness Center, Tempe campus
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Come celebrate our undergraduate researchers in the Fulton Schools! From printing 3D heart and breast tumor models to analyzing alternative energy sources — our students are prepared to show off their discoveries at the FURI Symposium. In addition to FURI students, undergraduate researchers in the Grand Challenge Scholars Program and students funded through the Undergraduate Research Travel Grant are invited to attend the symposium.
Make, code and engineer this summer
At the Fulton Schools Summer Academy, K-12 students can learn 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)
Coding Camp: Introduce yourself to basic coding and computer science by creating your own games (Entering grades 4-6)
See@ASU: Get an overnight taste of the university engineering experience. (Entering grade 12)
Save the date for our upcoming events
Order of the Engineer
April 13, 2017
Tempe campus and online
April 17, 2017
Graduating seniors are invited to attend the Order of the Engineer ceremony on the Polytechnic or Tempe campuses to honor students and their obligation to practice ethical engineering in their future endeavors.
April 21, 1–3 p.m.
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.
May 10, 2017
2 and 7 p.m.
These are high-spirited celebrations of our graduating students. You attend either the Maroon or Gold Convocation Ceremony based on your degree program.
Fulton Schools news highlights
Advanced self-organizing particle systems could monitor and maintain structures, mechanical systems, vehicles and even our bodies.
Chemical engineering undergraduate Christopher Balzer is the first ASU student to receive the prestigious Churchill Scholarship, which funds graduate studies at the University of Cambridge .
With support from a Science Foundation Arizona award, Bruno Azeredo is automating a new manufacturing technique he invented to overcome a major limitation in nanomanufacturing.