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Biomedical innovation

The BRAIN Center will draw researchers from ASU, University of
Houston to develop new technologies.

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Make, code and engineer this summer


Three students participate in a bridge building activity while a faculty advisor monitors their work.


At the Fulton Schools Summer Academy, K-12 students can learn about Mars, 3D printers, tunnels, or even build a robot to compete in a robot sumo competition!

First LEGO League, Jr.: Solve a real-world scientific problem with LEGOs (Entering grades 1-3)

Coding Camp: Introduce yourself to basic coding and computer science by creating your own games (Entering grades 4-6)

See@ASU: Get an overnight taste of the university engineering experience. (Entering grade 12)

Your day has arrived — time to graduate!

Join us for our high-spirited events celebrating our graduating students. Learn more

Can’t be there in person? Watch online!
Let your family and friends know they can watch the convocation ceremony online.

Graduate Commencement
Monday, May 8
9:30 a.m.
Wells Fargo Arena
Tempe campus

Undergraduate Commencement
Monday, May 8
7:30 p.m.
Sun Devil Stadium
Tempe campus

Maroon Convocation Ceremony
Wednesday, May 10
2 p.m.
Wells Fargo Arena
Tempe campus

Including the following schools
– School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering (ECEE)
– School of Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy (SEMTE)
– School of Sustainable Engineering and the Build Environment (SSEBE)

Gold Convocation Ceremony
Wednesday, May 10
7 p.m.
Wells Fargo Arena
Tempe campus

Including the following schools
– School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering (SBHSE)
– School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering (CIDSE)
– The Polytechnic School (TPS)


Fulton Schools news highlights

Navajo pathways

A veteran, student org leader and new program manager for Construction in Indian Country, doctoral student Marcus Denetdale has done it all in pursuit of his third degree from ASU.

Cancer cells

Sheba Goklany is working to develop innovative therapeutic strategies to eliminate dormant and active cancer cells to better treat patients and decrease the relapse rate.

Programmable materials

Advanced self-organizing particle systems could monitor and maintain structures, mechanical systems, vehicles and even our bodies.

Read more on Full Circle, our news site for alumni and friends