Gold awarded an invitation to present her JMARS XR research at American Geophysical Union conference
Industrial Engineering graduate student Xaimarie Hernandez Cruz one of 2 at ASU and 25 nationally who received the prestigious award
Arizona State University’s Women in Aviation chapter encourages young women to pursue careers in aviation and helps those careers take off
Jennifer Blain Christen has won the 2022 Joseph C. Palais Distinguished Faculty Scholar Award for her outstanding contributions to electrical engineering
Opportunities facilitated by ASU have helped women in Vietnam gain the skills they needed to climb the ranks of STEM higher education in their country
ASU experts Nadya Bliss and Jamie Winterton give simple steps and advice for Cybersecurity Awareness Month
An ASU capstone project created a new male contraceptive called EMIT and won the competitive Venture prize in the NIH DEBUT Challenge
Between 2013 and 2021, the number of unfilled cybersecurity jobs grew 350%. How do we fill these gaps? Hear what ASU researchers have to say.
Fulton Schools assistant professor Ariane Middel chosen as president of the International Association for Urban Climate (IAUC)
ASU researchers and the Navajo Nation Office of Diné School Improvement have developed culturally relevant engineering curricula for Navajo middle schoolers
The answer: E2. The question: Where do first-year Fulton Schools students get opportunities to start making valuable career-building connections?
Join us in welcoming more than 50 new faculty members in 2022–23. These talented professionals bring skills and insights from top universities, leading laboratories and innovative industry sectors across the nation and around the world.