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Innovation and excellence

Doug Kolste, father of Brent Kolste, stand together in ASU t-shirts against palm leaves. They both graduate in May from the Fulton Schools..

A family that learns together, earns together

Graduation is a turning point the entire Kolste family celebrates together, as father and son both graduate in May.

A crowd displaying an Arizona state flag with an ASU pitchfork on it cheers on a concrete canoe race at Tempe Town Lake.

Concrete canoes cruise through ASU

The ASCE Pacific Southwest Conference competitions brought about 1,500 students from 18 universities in the southwest and Hawaii to ASU. See the photo gallery.

Harvard University Professor George M. Whitesides and Arizona State University’s Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering Dean Kyle Squires pose at the April 4 Dean’s Distinguished Lecture at ASU

Simple, soft robots

Soft robotics pioneer George M. Whitesides explains how elastic-like materials and air pressure can create lifelike and effective robots at the 2018 Dean’s Distinguished Lecture. Watch the full lecture

Famous physicist Stephen Hawking (foreground), disabled by neuromuscular disease, depended on scientists and engineers who developed the technologies that enabled him to overcome the loss of speech. Speech synthesis and acoustics experts who helped him included (from left behind Hawking) Arizona State University alum Michael Deisher and his colleagues, the late Edward Brucket and Corine Bickley, pictured here in 2005. Photograph courtesy of Michael Deisher.

Helping Hawking speak

Skills an Intel engineer gained as an ASU graduate student helped to give science luminary Stephen Hawking vital communication tools.

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SSEBE honors distinguished alumni

The School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment hosted their Academy of Distinguished Alumni and Hall of Fame awards ceremony to honor alumni who have had stellar careers and given back to SSEBE programs.

A rendering of a futuristic flying car

Flying cars are coming, and they’ll be autonomous

Fulton Schools professor Dan Bliss is developing navigation and positioning systems for flying cars, with test flights planned for the end of the year.

Cybersecurity startup focuses on dark web

Fulton Schools researchers combining skills in venture to build defenses against malicious hackers.
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Training teachers in STEM

The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering and the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College have paired up to embed engineering education into the preparation of middle school teachers with the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship.

Summer just got STEAMy!

Our Fulton Summer Academy programs for elementary, middle and high school students offer the opportunity to learn STEAM concepts–Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math–while having lots of hands-on fun!

Registration is open. Find your program today!

Why choose the Fulton Schools?

We have the Fulton Difference.

We build engineers. Our students are part of a community of problem solvers, people who are passionate about designing and making innovative and entrepreneurial solutions. They are people who want to make a difference in the world, just like you.

More about the Fulton Difference

 

Get involved outside the classroom

Calling all graduates! We need your help!

Graduating? Share your superpowers TODAY

What’s your superpower? Share with us how you will change the world.
TODAY, April 23, 2018
Noon–4 p.m.
Engineering Center G-Wing (ECG) Patio, Tempe campus [map]

Student orgs, such as the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE de ASU), were recognized for their achievements at the Fulton Schools' Student Organization Awards and Recognition (SOAR) Ceremony.

Attend the SOAR Awards Ceremony

The Student Organization Awards and Recognition (SOAR) Ceremony recognizes the accomplishments of Fulton Student Organizations for the 2017–2018 academic year! Join us to celebrate Wednesday, April 25.

pop-art style graphic of Captain Janeway from Star Trek Deep Space Nine

Science Fiction TV Dinner: Star Trek, April 24

What would it be like to actually dwell in space? Join us for a Science Fiction TV Dinner with special guests Professors Evgenya Shkolnik and Lisa Magaña. There will be free dinner for the first 150 guests.

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Become a mentor for Engineering Futures

Do you think you could help freshmen meet the demands of college life and becoming an engineer? Engineering Futures is looking for juniors, seniors and 4+1 students with these skills to become mentors.