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Staying ahead of cyberattacks

During National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, The Fulton Schools’
Paulo Shakarian shares how he and other researchers are using
cybercriminals’ weaknesses against them

Watch the KED talk

Innovation and excellence

Samira Kiani and Mo Ebrahimkhani stand side by side in a lab

Liver-on-a-chip for CRISPR

Two Fulton Schools professors are among the first recipients of a $2.6M NIH Somatic Cell Genome Editing (SCGE) grant to fund the first study of the genome editing technology CRISPR to be used on a “human liver on-a-chip” platform.

A group of high school girls work on an engineering project during the Girls Make a Thon in 2017

Engineering for US All

The Fulton Schools will help create the first pre-college engineering course supported by an NSF grant awarded in part to Professor Ann McKenna.

Teacher Scott Currier stands near a computer in an elementary classroom surrounded by 4th graders at a computer

Inspired by teachers’ research experiences

ASU engineering research centers are helping K-12 and community college teachers bring the excitement of STEM discovery to their classrooms.

hand holding a flexible solar panel

Solar energy — in space!

Fulton Schools startup is developing solar cell technology that is cheaper and more resilient to the harsh environment of space

Kiran Solanki in his lab

Super alloy

Researchers from the Fulton Schools and Army Research Laboratory designed an alloy of copper and tantalum that can withstand extreme impact and heat.

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$3M grant for smart city research

Fulton Schools faculty are part of a new project which aims to understand and develop smart cities with citizens at the forefront of attention.

A recruiter for Garmin shakes hands with software engineering major Jessica Gilbert

Careers commence

Job-seeking Fulton Schools students met with recruiters at the Fall 2018 Fulton Schools Career Fair. Check out the highlights!

Pictured in a huge, warehouse of frozen food holding frozen ice cream are Associate Professor Robert Wang, doctoral students Prathamesh Vartak and Neda Askari and Associate Professor Kristen Parrish

Sub-zero sustainability

A thermal energy systems company, a utility, a grocery chain and ASU engineers are teaming to bring energy- and cost-saving innovations to industrial freezers.

“Going to school doesn’t mean only going to school for classes, it means having a connection and a lot of opportunities and that’s what the Fulton Schools provides to us.”

Ivana Ninkovic
Engineering Management

Get involved outside the classroom

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Send by October 21

Were there ghosts in your code one time? Electrical issues you just couldn’t figure out? A haunted 3D printer? Cursed lab equipment? A project that just made you scream? Tell us about a time you had an engineering project go horribly wrong — and how you fixed it or what you learned — for a Fulton Schools Halloween feature.

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Get a free professional portrait

Take advantage of open studio hours to update your professional portraits — free and no appointment necessary. Please bring your Sun Card or have your ASU ID number ready. Dates and locations vary. See the schedule for October.

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Graduating? Attend a Grad Fair for discounted regalia

Get everything you need for graduation! Purchase the official ASU cap, gown and tassel at a Grad Fair. This is the only time the graduation packages will be offered at a discount. Attend at the Tempe or Poly campus.

Person talking into a mic at the ASU Innovation open with "Will you win $100K for your venture?"

ASU Innovation Open: Apply by October 31

The ASU Innovation Open is designed to fuel multidisciplinary teams of collegiate founders as they harness the power of entrepreneurship to tackle the world’s most challenging problems.