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Top honor for technology innovator

Professor Michael Kozicki receives the Jankowski Legacy Award for meaningful contributions to education, research and public service in the Fulton Schools.

Top honor for technology innovator

Professor Michael Kozicki receives the Jankowski Legacy Award for meaningful contributions to education, research and public service in the Fulton Schools.

Innovation and excellence

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Combating human trafficking with AI

Professor of Practice Nadya Bliss and a colleague discuss human trafficking and how tech tools could help identify suspects, potential victims and survivors.

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Public interest technology

Fulton Schools faculty and students will participate in a new partnership of 21 colleges and universities working towards responsible innovation and other civic-minded goals.

four participants in a Six Sigma Black Belt class look on as a woman points to many sticky notes on a white board

Mastering effective change

Arizona State University’s expert faculty, online courses and white paper exercise help experienced Six Sigma Black Belts become master change makers.

Ava Karanjia wears a lab coat and works on pipetting in her lab

Multidisciplinary might

Junior Ava Karanjia mobilizes a multidisciplinary approach to earn multiple awards for her lung infection detection research.

Assistant Professor Zachary Holman holds a solar cell he's developing

Radiant with solar cell research awards

Five Fulton Schools faculty and QESST have helped position ASU as number one among university recipients of Solar Energy Technologies Office (SETO) awards.

Two young men students work together at a laptop, smiling.

It’s all in the mind(set)

Kern Family Foundation grant helps Arizona State University faculty teach students how to better create value in their communities and society.

Screen shot from CBSn's video about robotic rehab - a scientist is featured holding a robotic arm device

Celebrating excellence

Exceptional Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering construction and civil engineering alumni and supporters honored at annual awards ceremony

Screen shot from CBSn's video about robotic rehab - a scientist is featured holding a robotic arm device

Robotic rehab

Assistant professor Wenlong Zhang is developing wearable exoskeletons to help patients during rehab and recovery. 

Events

Thanks for coming to Open Door!

Families converged on ASU’s Tempe campus February 23 for an afternoon of fun and learning. The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering is one of several ASU schools welcoming visitors to explore the Tempe campus at the annual ASU Open Door event. Take a look at our gallery and video for a glimpse of the fun!

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

“The future holds a lot of possibility. I don’t really know exactly what’s going to happen next…but I’m prepared for what’s coming next and the only way I would’ve been prepared is by going here.”

Weston Bennett

Graphic information technology

Get involved outside the classroom

a young man holds up his diploma to the crowd during the Fulton Schools spring convocation 2017

Graduating students: Save the date for Grad Fair 3/12 or 3/19

Attend the Polytechnic (3/12) or Tempe campus (3/19) Grad Fair to make sure you’re prepared to celebrate at ASU Commencement and the Fulton Schools Convocation ceremonies with your cap, gown and tassel. Grad Fair is your only chance to receive regalia discounts.

Students standing in front of Century Hall at the Polytechnic campus at ASU

Polytechnic students: Attend fall 2019 registration workshop

Are you a Polytechnic School student who has not already signed up for fall classes? Confused about your major map or DARS? Attend the 2019 registration workshop and get some assistance!

A woman stands with her hand placed through the ring during the Order of the Engineer ceremony

Graduating? Join Order of the Engineer or take the Pledge of the Computing Professional

Graduating students can participate in this year’s Engineering Induction Ceremony. Order of the Engineer and Pledge of the Computing Professional are rite-of-passage ceremonies for students graduating in engineering and computing sciences programs. 

Get your free professional portrait

We provide free professional portraits to all Fulton Schools students and staff. Open Studios take place on both the Tempe and Polytechnic campuses. See all upcoming Open Studio dates.