Global engagement

FSE global initiatives and programs empower our students, faculty and staff to engage thoughtfully in an interconnected world through collaborative learning, innovative research and impactful service.

Why does FSE engage globally?

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Cultivate global awareness

At Fulton Schools of Engineering, we are shaping the next generation of engineers. FSE seeks to cultivate global awareness among its engineers and foster an understanding of the complex, interdisciplinary nature of engineering challenges.

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Address global challenges

FSE engineers are trained to address the most pressing challenges facing humanity. Through research collaboration and partnerships with leading institutions worldwide, FSE aims to generate innovative solutions that transcend borders.

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Foster research collaboration

FSE faculty translate research discoveries into real-world applications, driving innovation that addresses societal needs on a global scale.

Our mission

Guided by ASU’s Charter and Design Aspiration to “engage globally,” FSE embraces a multi-faceted approach to global engagement that reflects its core values and aligns with well-defined goals and objectives:

Expand global engineering education

Expand global engineering education through a rigorous, flexible curriculum that increases access, fosters student success, cultivates global awareness, and deepens understanding of the complex and interdisciplinary nature of engineering challenges. Through study abroad programs, international internships, and cross-cultural community service, we prepare our graduates to thrive in an increasingly interconnected world.

 

Expand international research collaboration and partnerships

Expand international research collaboration and partnerships with leading institutions around the world to tackle the most pressing challenges facing humanity. By fostering interdisciplinary collaboration and leveraging diverse perspectives, we aim to generate innovative solutions that transcend geographical boundaries.

Establish a network of sustainable, global and strategic partnerships

Establish a network of sustainable, global and strategic partnerships to advance shared goals in access and impact, translating research discoveries into real-world applications, driving meaningful innovation, and addressing societal needs on a global scale. By collaborating with diverse stakeholders, we maximize our impact and contribute to sustainable development worldwide.

How global engagement happens

Global impact

The Fulton Schools are designed as the engineering college of the future, simultaneously increasing access to enhance student success and achieving excellence in use-inspired research. Globally, the Fulton Schools’ global impact is immense and growing as learners worldwide access ASU’s renowned faculty through innovative distance education formats.

Office of Global Engagement

Teresa Wu
Professor and Associate Dean for Global Engagement
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Teresa Wu is a professor in the Industrial Engineering Program at the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence (SCAI) in the Fulton Schools of Engineering.

Wu received her doctorate from the University of Iowa. She is National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER award winner (2003) and ASU tenure and promotion exemplar (2006).

Her main areas of interest are in Health Informatics and Distributed Decision Support. In 2018, she was appointed as professor of radiology (by courtesy) at Mayo Clinic. She is the founding co-director of ASU-Mayo Center for Innovative Imaging.