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Student’s humanitarian spirit makes global impact

Fulton student Brittany Blevins traveled to Vanuatu to help train Peace Corps volunteers in the use of SolarSPELL devices.

NSF funds plan for first-generation student success

A recent investment by NSF has provided ASU funding for a project increase persistence of first-generation students.

Vietnamese scholars work towards Smart City

A $1 million investment from Intel Products Vietnam helped ASU sponsor six Vietnamese scholars to speed the transformation of Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) into a Smart City by 2025.

Eyeing art from a scientific viewpoint

Nathan Newman curated the ASU Art Museum exhibit “Material Beauty,” which explores how a scientific eye can illuminate revealing aspects about the creation of artworks.

Fulton Schools fall focus

With a new home for innovation opening at Tooker House this semester, 2017–2018 promises to be one to remember!

This fall the Fulton Schools welcomed freshmen to campus at the Tooker House, our new residence hall specifically for engineers. Each new resident received an Echo Dot, compliments of Amazon, and is now the exciting work of becoming a Sun Devil engineer begins!

Composite image of 12 2017 freshmen

Meet the Class of 2021

Learn more about our newest students!

A Tooker House-branded Echo Dot (TM) sits on a desk in front of a box of pencils and highlighters.

Engineers live here: Tooker House

Our new engineering residence hall opened this fall for 1600 new freshmen, each receiving an Echo Dot. 

Students in a crowd getting some information at the fall student resources fair.

Welcome to the Fulton Schools!

Take a peek at our 2017 fall photo gallery.