The Combat Ready Robotics student organization encourages creative implementation of engineering skills through building and battling robots
Intel funded an ASU team to implement inclusive excellence initiatives that broaden participation in semiconductor-related engineering education and careers
Material Advantage organization is preparing ASU students for challenges of laying groundwork to expand horizons of high-tech innovation
Mechanical engineering doctoral researcher Tengteng Tang awarded $10K Mistletoe Research Fellowship to pursue biomimicry research
Created by fashion and engineering students, clothes integrate technology that can help kids in chemotherapy
Three biomedical engineering students from Mexico conduct NSF-supported human brain research at the Fulton Schools
James Doyle, a visiting faculty member and doctoral student at ASU, leads a senior capstone team integrating open-source resources for semiconductor design
Meet the our Fall 2023 featured graduates, honored because they embodied academic excellence, leadership and community service during their time in the Fulton Schools.
ASU Engineering is proud to celebrate our Fall 2023 GCSP grads! They’ve become global citizens working to tackle the world’s most pressing issues.
NSF-supported collaborations with leading Irish university are boosting Fulton Schools students’ research prowess
ASU’s Rossum Rumblers student robotics club developed innovative, captivating designs for robots and their parts that won multiple VEX U competition awards
Meet student researchers and learn more about the findings they presented at the Fulton Forge Student Research Expo
Students receive Qualcomm Fellowship and $100K in funding for their machine learning project
ASU Engineering’s Kyle Zeng is the first ASU student to be honored with a Google PhD Fellowship to pursue cybersecurity research
The Grand Challenges Scholars Program prepares ASU students to become future engineering leaders to solve the challenges facing society during the next century.
Summer Research Initiative (SURI) program gives participants a glimpse into life as an engineering doctoral student through summer research projects with faculty members
Fulton Schools computer science students among those developing apps aimed at helping people
Swift Coat, a startup founded by an ASU faculty member and alumnus, is developing an anti-fog coating for NASA’s xEMU spacesuit for Artemis moon missions
Fulton Schools students are using synthetic biology to engineer bacteria that could safeguard drinking water from dangerous man-made forever chemicals
Sustainability and Innovation Summer Experience invites participants to create solutions for the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals