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Nanoscale research creates opportunities

Third-year student Alexis Hocken is the lead author of a paper published in a special issue of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research.

Nanoscale research creates opportunities

Third-year student Alexis Hocken is the lead author of a paper published in a special issue of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research.

Innovation and excellence

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Second chances for success

Fulton Schools alumnus JR Frey learned important study habits while working towards a second chance at his degree.

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Art and science combine for global engagement at ASU

School of Arts, Media and Engineering hosting international conference for movement and computing

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Weevil genius

Interdisciplinary research at the Fulton Schools exploring acorn weevil exoskeletons could lead to stronger and more flexible material structures.

George Trichopoulos and Ahmed Alkhateeb

Developing tomorrow, today

George Trichopoulos and Ahmed Alkhateeb are leading the exploration of possibilities for 6G: the sixth generation of wireless communications technology.

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Photovoltaic partnership

Quantum Energy and Sustainable Solar Technologies (QESST) to lead new photovoltaic research partnership between USA, Ireland and Northern Ireland.

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Clean water wins

Doctoral student Mariana Lanzarini-Lopes won the Falling Waters Lab competition with her clean water tech idea and now heads to Berlin for finals. Meet all our competitors.

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Convergence

The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering magazine

Events

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Open Studio is back!

Get your professional portrait taken at Open Studio!

We provide free professional portraits to all Fulton Schools students and staff. These photos can be used for LinkedIn profiles, FURI student abstracts, news stories, student organization directories or the ASU iSearch directory. Upcoming sessions:

Thursday, October 17, 2019
Noon–4 p.m.
Brickyard (BYENG) 660, Tempe campus [map]

Can’t make it? See the complete schedule

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Fulton Schools Family Weekend Nov. 8-9

Packed with fun activities for all Sun Devils and their family members, Family Weekend 2019 will bring the entire ASU community together on November 8–10, 2019, to celebrate a tradition-filled weekend on campus.

Family Weekend is for everyone — students, family members, friends, faculty, staff and alumni. Be sure to spread the word to co-workers, students, roommates, families and friends. All events require registration for each family member in attendance through the Family Weekend website.

Events are planned for the Tempe and Polytechnic campuses: Annual Poly Car Show; Fall Fest, Family Weekend BBQ, Hobbs and Shaw “Drive-In” Movie and the Family Weekend Tailgate.

Join us, Sun Devil Family! #ASUFamilyWeekend

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Fulton Schools Homecoming Block Party

Join the Fulton Schools at Homecoming on Saturday, Nov. 23 for our Block Party!

There are lots of ways to experience our Block Party!

  • Show your Fulton Schools pride as an exhibitor. Let your fellow students, alumni and Sun Devil community know about the awesome things you’re working on with demos and hands-on fun. You can register to be an exhibitor now!
  • Help make the party great as a volunteer. Network with faculty, staff, students, alumni and the local community while you work and get a free meal if you work more than three hours! Details and sign up coming soon.
  • Join in on the fun! With a parade, great exhibitors and entertainment there’s something there for everyone. Register to attend!

Saturday, November 23, 2019
Tooker House at the Tempe Campus [map]
Free
Register to exhibit
Register to attend

$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

two women work together in a lab

Graduating students: Attend Grad Fair, October 22, 23 and 29

Make sure you are ready for ASU Commencement and the Fulton Schools Convocation ceremonies with your cap, gown and tassel. Grad Fair is the only time that graduation attire will be available at a discounted price, so make sure you attend one of the Grad Fairs happening at the Tempe (Oct. 22-23) and Polytechnic (Oct. 29) campuses. Get all the Grad Fair details.

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Apply for undergraduate and graduate research funding with FURI and MORE by October 22!

Undergraduate students: Get involved in the Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative! Apply to FURI now.

Graduate students: Get involved in MORE, the Master’s Opportunity in Research Engineering program. MORE provides hands-on lab experience, independent and thesis-based research year-round. Students in MORE develop an idea under the mentorship of a Fulton Schools faculty member, then apply for funding. Once accepted, they perform research, attend workshops, prepare research summaries, and participate in the research symposium.

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Tutoring Center open in-person and online

Look to the Fulton Schools Tutoring Center for course support in-person or online! View tutor schedules, see locations and log-in by visiting the Fulton Schools Tutoring Center website.

You can also follow the Tutoring Center on Facebook and Instagram for news and updates.

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