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Sun-powered water treatment

Christopher Muhich is using sunlight to spark a chemical reaction that produces a water decontaminant

Sun-powered water treatment

Using sunlight to spark a chemical reaction that produces a water decontaminant

Innovation and excellence

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Building through COVID-19

Fulton Schools faculty share insights on construction site safety amid the novel coronavirus, as well as thoughts on the future of the industry

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Understanding gene circuits

Newly published research advances the Fulton Schools as a leader in synthetic biology

Portrait of Samantha Brunhaver

Supporting adaptability in engineering

Samantha Brunhaver received a NSF CAREER Award to develop curriculum to teach engineers about adaptability.

Alexis Hocken works in her lab

Hocken wins top national award

Fulton Schools faculty and staff have found effective ways to carry on classes and other activities remotely

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Helping local and global communities

EPICS teams developed solutions to challenges related to the environment, aging, public health and clean water access

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Making computers smarter, more helpful

Robert LiKimWa’s Meteor Studio designs software and hardware systems to improve all mobile devices

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Check out the resources we’ve gathered to help you stay healthy!

Events

Get the latest event updates

Most upcoming events have been postponed or cancelled. Refer to the Fulton Schools’ events sites, Inner Circle (students) and In the Loop (faculty and staff) for the latest information about the status of specific events.

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Weekly news and events for students

In the Loop: Weekly news and events for faculty and staff
Weekly news and events for faculty and staff

Summer just got STEAMy!

We’ve got Summer Academy programs for elementary, middle and high school students that teach STEAM concepts: Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math. Registration is open!

$115M

in research
expenditures
FY2019

192

patents in
the last
3 years

graphic of robotic arm

29

NSF CAREER
awards in
the last 4 years

21

startups in
the last
3 years

graphic of an arm holding up a chemical flask

$115M

in research
expenditures
FY2019

 

graphic of robotic arm192

patents in
the last
3 years

 

29

NSF CAREER
awards in
the last 4 years

 

graphic of an arm holding up a chemical flask21

startups in
the last
3 years

 

Get involved outside the classroom

Students participate in the Fulton Schools Induction ceremony

Graduating? Professional Ethics Induction Ceremonies NOW ONLINE April 29

The Engineering Academic Integrity Office is now holding virtual ceremonies for graduating seniors and others interested in being inducted into the Order of the Engineer or taking the Pledge of the Computing Professional. Deadline to register is April 15, 2020. Learn more and register

Live Well @ASU

Live Well @ ASU: Virtual wellness resources

ASU Wellness and the SDFC are now offering resources virtually. At-home workouts, online group wellness classes and mental health support are all available. Take a look!

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Apply for research funding

Applications are now open for Summer 2020, Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 undergraduate and graduate research programs. Apply by April 20.

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New master's program looking for bold thinkers

The new Master of Science in Innovation and Venture Development is looking for ambitious, bold, creative thinkers with an insatiable desire to start something that makes a difference in the world. Check it out!

“Being a part of the inaugural class of environmental engineering is really exciting for me…I felt like our small group really helped the program grow and is going to set it up for very successful things in the future.”
Hunter Callender

Environmental engineering