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Future of flight

With $10 million from NASA, an ASU team aims to
improve next generation air traffic control.

Learn about the project

Our graduates stand out

This spring we graduated more than 2,000 students from the Fulton Schools of Engineering. With more than 60 degree options, our students all take a unique path and all have stories to tell about how they got to this moment.

Students in our graduating class have excelled in research, community service, entrepreneurship and outreach, leaving a lasting and beneficial impact on the Fulton Schools community, Arizona and elsewhere. 

Meet standout graduates in the Class of 2017

Remember your big day.

Video Stream

Rewatch the high-spirited events celebrating graduating students online: maroon ceremony and gold ceremony.

Download Graduation Photos

Visit the Fulton Schools Flickr to downloads photos from the Gold and Maroon convocation ceremonies, commencement ceremonies, and the convocation check-ins

 

Gold Ceremony Gallery

Maroon Ceremony Gallery

Celebrating end of semester traditions

  • Staff members pose at the IMPACT Service Awards event.
    At the IMPACT Service Awards event, Fulton Schools' staff members are recognized for their performance and contributions.

As the academic year wraps up, the Fulton Schools host a variety of traditions. Some recognize student achievements, such as the Student Organization Awards and Recognition (SOAR). Others, like Innovation Showcase and the Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative, are a chance to show-off students’ creations. 

Fulton Schools news highlights

Disease on-a-chip

Mehdi Nikkhah’s vision of a microengineered chip used to better understand heart attacks is supported by an NSF CAREER Award.

Academic marathon

Sophie Olson — a mother of three — didn’t think she would graduate until 2020, but through perseverance and dedication she outpaced her own expectations.

Engineering smiles

After four years of hard work, the EPICS team is preparing to send their mobile dental clinic to aid dental missions to developing nations.

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