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Fulton Schools students share photos, highlights and insights gained during their spring break travels and service projects in Cuba, Peru, the Dominican Republic and San Diego.
ASU engineers’ expertise in sensor and signal information processing hold promise in helping maximize the output and reliability of facilities for converting sunlight into electrical power.
A team of ASU students is working to deliver dentistry to impoverished nations with a mobile dental clinic.
ASU received a $2.86 million grant from The Kern Family Foundation, launching a partnership dedicated to furthering the entrepreneurial mindset in engineering education on a mass scale.
Graduate student Nicholas Fortenberry applies more than just engineering skills in the Fulton Schools’ comprehensive Solar Energy Engineering and Commercialization program.
A startup company based on ASU research is set to provide power to 500 remote Indonesian islands.
Assistant professor Mounir El Asmar is working to highlight the importance of sustainable engineering and the value of sharing the field with a new generation of engineers.
Enrollment, 18,993 (fall 2015, 21st day)
2,797 first-time freshmen
Research Awards $89.33 million (fiscal year 2015)
Research Expenditures $89.06 million (fiscal year 2015)
Faculty, 321 Tenured/Tenure-track faculty
Degrees granted, 3,076 (2014-2015)
Learn more at engineering.asu.edu/factbook