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Better engineering for humans, by humans

Assistant Professor Rod Roscoe
earns prestigious Tooker
Professorship to advance
his work in developing an
engaging human systems
engineering curriculum.

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Fulton Schools impact and innovation

Novel neurotechnology

Funded this year with a $1.5 million NSF grant, the BRAIN center has attracted nine industry partners and seeks to tackle neurological diseases with new strategies and devices. 

Perfecting plastics

Assistant Professor Jay Oswald is developing computer-guided design techniques to rapidly improve and produce plastics as part of his five-year, $500,000 NSF CAREER Award project.

Ankeny recognized nationally

Multiple award-winning faculty member Casey Ankeny brings care and commitment to her students,
while changing the way we teach engineers.

Faster than plants

Fulton Schools professor and director of ASU’s Center for Negative Carbon Emissions Klaus Lacker tells Ensia that a system his research team is developing could theoretically remove CO2 from the air many times more efficiently than plants.

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Ready, set, engineer—at E2 Camp!

E2 engages first-year students in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering in activities that introduce them to ASU and Fulton Schools culture. It is our way of welcoming our new students, and getting the year off to a fantastic start!

If you are registered, your E2 session is coming up and you’re going to have so much fun! Before you show up to check in, make sure you’ve checked these items off your “to do” list:

Learn more about E2 check-in, parking and other information


Heading to E2 this weekend?

Here are your check-in details:
8–8:30 a.m.
College Avenue Commons (CAVC)
Third floor atrium/lobby
Bring your Sun Card.

College Avenue Commons

Questions? Please have your 10-digit ASU ID ready and contact us:
E2 hotline: 480-965-5030   |   Email:   |

Next-generation engineers in training

  • National Summer Transportation Institute visiting the hangars and tarmac at Gateway Airport in Mesa
    National Summer Transportation Institute students visiting the hangars and tarmac at Gateway Airport in Mesa.

What do LEGOs, 3D printers, tunnels, Mars, windmills, apps and robots all have in common? Students are learning about them at the 2017 Fulton Schools Summer Academy!

All summer, Fulton Schools faculty, staff and students have been hosting 1st -12th graders for a variety of summer camps.

We’re showing young students just how cool engineering and technology is so that one day, they will join us at Arizona State University!

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