Industry partner prepares students

Honeywell Aerospace boosts The Polytechnic School’s experiential learning culture, supporting student success and economic growth

Innovation and excellence

Flight to freedom

Flight to freedom

When a group of Afghan refugees had no way to get to Arizona to restart their education, local aviation companies rallied to make a miracle flight possible

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Flight to freedom

Flight to freedom

When a group of Afghan refugees had no way to get to Arizona to restart their education, local aviation companies rallied to make a miracle flight possible

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Events and opportunities

Congratulations, graduates!

We celebrated our 1,667 Fall 2021 graduates at the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering Convocation December 15, 2021. We are so proud of our graduates and can’t wait to see their impact on the world!

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Are you a medtech entrepreneur?

Entrepreneurs interested in medical and technological innovation that would benefit from access to the resources and expertise of Mayo Clinic and ASU are encouraged to apply by January 15.

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2022 Summer Research Internships

Students: Apply for paid and volunteer Summer Research Internship (SURI) opportunities by February 1, 2022.

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Fulton Schools Tutoring Centers update

During the break, students are invited to visit the Fulton Schools Tutoring YouTube channel to practice along with tutors. Videos cover a range of problems and topics commonly found in the centers.

The Fulton Schools Tutoring Centers will re-open on Tuesday, January 18, 2022, for spring tutoring.

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ASU Counseling Services available 24/7/365

ASU Counseling Services for students has expanded to an all day, every day service model with the addition of Open Call and Open Chat services as well as in-person counseling.

Fulton Schools facts

Graphic containing four Fulton Schools facts: $126M in research FY2020; 233 patents in the last 3 years; 42 NSF CAREER awards in the last 5 years; #13 online engineering master's programs
Fulton Schools' faculty members earned 42 NSF CAREER awards in the last 5 years
The Fulton Schools had $126M in research expenditures for FY2020
The Fulton Schools received 233 patents in the last 3 years
The Fulton Schools' online engineering master's programs are ranked #13 by U.S. News

The Fulton Difference

Este Crespo“I came to ASU because college initially wasn’t an option for me and I wanted to change that…ASU was the first college that accepted me after passing my GED.”

Este Crespo,
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Kira Tijerino“One thing from my experience in the Fulton Schools that I’m going to take with me is my ability to overcome and learn from failure.”

Kira Tijerino, Mechanical engineering

Chris Tam“One good thing from my experience at Fulton is the connections I made with my peers. I know these relationships will last even after I graduate.”

Chris Tam, Aviation

Delaney Kranz“Engineering has shown me that I am capable of more than I once thought, that I could do math and science and be creative at the same time.”

Delaney Kranz, Computer science

Este Crespo

“I came to ASU because college initially wasn’t an option for me and I wanted to change that…ASU was the first college that accepted me after passing my GED.”

Este Crespo,
Graphic information technology

Kira Tijerino

“One thing from my experience in the Fulton Schools that I’m going to take with me is my ability to overcome and learn from failure.”

Kira Tijerino, Mechanical engineering

Chris Tam

“One good thing from my experience at Fulton is the connections I made with my peers. I know these relationships will last even after I graduate.”

Chris Tam, Aviation

Delaney Kranz

“Engineering has shown me that I am capable of more than I once thought, that I could do math and science and be creative at the same time.”

Delaney Kranz, Computer science

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