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Repair for Raytheon

A group of student engineers at the Polytechnic campus fixed a $350,000 Raytheon robot as their capstone project.

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Innovation and excellence

Assistant Professor Samira Kiani works with two students in her lab

Making gene editing CRISPR

Published recently in Nature Methods, assistant professor Samira Kiani and her lab described how they have increased the efficiency of the gene editing tool CRISPR.

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Solar technology seeking a balance

The evolution of solar energy technology is happening at ASU, as researchers look to find affordable, reliable solutions

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Two Fulton Schools faculty members have earned the highly competitive and prestigious NSF Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award for their work in artificial intelligence.

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New Graduate Fellows

The NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program supports outstanding students considered to be potential leaders in STEM fields. In this multi-part series, learn more about six new Fellows from the Fulton Schools.

George Karady

In memoriam: George Karady

Highly respected educator, researcher and electrical engineering expert George Karady left a lasting impact on his colleagues, students and the world.

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Engineer to Professional Engineer

With the help of their strong ASU foundation, two graduates recently completed a major step to their Professional Engineer licensure: the PE exam.

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Cool partnership solves hot problem

Students in the eProjects program partnered with local company Mr. Misters to redesign a photovoltaic bimini frame which houses a misting system to cool boat passengers.

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Off-roading to the future

ASU’s Baja SAE placed 9th out of 98 teams at the Baja SAE Oregon in Portland, Oregon. This marks their second top ten achievement in since 2015.

It’s E2 season. Get in gear, future engineers!

Get ready to jump-start your Fulton Schools experience — your E2 session is just around the corner. It’s going to be so much fun! E2 engages first-year students in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering in activities that introduce them to ASU and Fulton Schools culture. You will meet other students, faculty, and staff and learn skills that are important to your success as a Fulton student through a variety of fun and interactive activities.

Before you show up to check in, make sure you’ve checked these items off your to-do list:

Why choose the Fulton Schools?

We have the Fulton Difference.

We build engineers. Our students are part of a community of problem solvers, people who are passionate about designing and making innovative and entrepreneurial solutions. They are people who want to make a difference in the world, just like you.

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Get involved outside the classroom

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All about E2 Camp!

New students: Get ready to jump-start your Fulton Schools experience — your E2 session is just around the corner. It’s going to be so much fun! Learn everything you need to know.

Join the Bayer Alka-Rocket Challenge

Compete for a new world record with Bayer

Now is your chance to design and launch an Alka-Rocket in a competition to create a new Guinness World Record for the highest launch of an Alka-Rocket. Submissions due Oct 18.

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Tutoring Centers Summer Hours

The Fulton Schools Tutoring Centers have reopened for summer through August 8. More tutoring center information

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Undergrads: do summer research

Apply for summer 2018 Research for Undergraduates (REU) opportunities from NSF.