As the 15th National Science Foundation director, Sethuraman “Panch” Panchanathan will serve a six-year appointment to establish NSF policy and advise the agency and the President of the U.S.
ASU Engineering supports entrepreneurship and innovation for students, faculty and staff, with an array of programs and resources.
Faculty and staff in the Fulton Schools found engaging and effective ways to carry on classes and other activities remotely.
13 ASU engineering faculty earn the prestigious NSF CAREER AwardConvergence magazine > 13 ASU engineering faculty earn the prestigious NSF CAREER awardThirteen faculty members in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering have received National Science Foundation...
The new director of ASU Engineering’s School for Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment aims to see school achieve global impacts
A startup venture by two ASU engineering doctoral graduates is developing building coatings that conserve energy and keep indoor temperatures comfortable.
ASU faculty member Jim Ernzen is the first PENTA Building Group Professorship, a new endowed professorship sponsored by Donors Jeff and Mary Ehret.
New ASU entrepreneurial master’s degree in innovation and venture development combines engineering, business and design to prepare future industry leaders.
ASU and the Zimin Foundation have launched the Zimin Institute for Smart & Sustainable Cities to drive a people-centric vision for the future of cities.
Read highlights of ASU Engineering students and alumni, From our award-winning all-women underwater robotics team to our 30 under 30 alums!
ASU Engineering provides an environment that fosters the success of women — meet and be inspired by our female student and faculty accomplishments!
Learn how rattlesnakes drink, how fake trees will scrub CO2 from the atmosphere, and how alumni won a Shark Tank deal in the Fulton Schools news highlights!
50 years ago a chemical engineering grad student and his mentor helped advance the research that led to ECMO technology.
ASU’s Fulton Schools seniors draw on years of learning to solve practical problems, showcasing growth and experience in their final projects.
An ASU researcher is developing a new tool that targets specific cells to better understand how addiction impacts cellular mechanisms in the brain.
WearTech brings together ASU researchers, industry and local economic partners to foster entrepreneurship and collaborate on wearable technology innovation.
ASU engineering Students are helping companies boost efficiency and cut costs through a Department of Energy-funded industrial assessment venture
Whom we include Convergence magazine > Whom we includeIn January 2019, the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering launched an initiative focused on diversity and inclusion for with the goal of becoming a global leader in diversity, equity and inclusion for...
Essential reading By Joe KullmanEssential reading By Joe Kullman Convergence magazine > Essential readingNeed inspiration? Encouragement? A compelling story to engage your heart and mind?Faculty and staff members in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of...
Student-led technology competitors pitched for a chance to win up to $300,000 in funding at the ASU Innovation Open — powered by the Fulton Schools and industry partners