ASU engineering faculty mentors were recently recognized for their outstanding student mentorship
The Arizona Center for Comprehensive Education and Life Skills has collaborated with ASU allowing undergraduate students to develop or modify assistive devices.
Professor Terry Alford, a highly regarded teacher and mentor, shares experiences and insights on creating an inclusive environment in higher education from his ASU career spanning nearly 25 years.
Diversity Difference programs offer learning opportunities for faculty, staff, and students to engage in active dialogue on topics related to diversity, especially within the university.
The FSE Equity Book Club strives to cultivate an environment where education and awareness regarding racism in society and academia are fostered among faculty and staff through reading, discourse and engagement.
The MIME program aims to increase student diversity in ASU’s manufacturing engineering program and has already increased participation by students from underrepresented groups since the start of the program in July of 2020.
The Employment Assistance & Social Engagement (EASE) program provides peer mentoring for Fulton Schools students with an Autism Spectrum Disorder to assist with the transition to college life, and later, career readiness skills.