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Invest in the Fulton Schools

Your gift makes a difference

In the Fulton Schools, we offer more than degrees.

We have a small school culture where students can customize their path to a degree. We call this the Fulton Difference.

By supporting the scholarships, professors and programs for engineering students, you are investing in the future.

Your gift can directly change lives and inspire our students and faculty to shape the future for all of us.

You can make the Fulton Difference.

Engineer the future with the Fulton Schools.

Meet donors making the Fulton Difference now

The future of semiconductor manufacturing is here

The future of semiconductor manufacturing is here

Dean Kyle Squires talks to 12News about the future of semiconductor manufacturing in Arizona and how ASU, community colleges and industry partners are working together to prepare the next generation of microelectronics leaders.

Paving the path for the next generation

Paving the path for the next generation

With support from ViaSun, ASU’s pavement lab has established graduate and postdoctoral researcher positions dedicated to creating the roadways of the future

Give to one of the seven Fulton Schools

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The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering consists of seven schools.

Each school offers degree programs that are related in discipline and research opportunities to provide our students the best, most integrated experience possible.

Perhaps you are a Fulton Schools alum, or an industry professional interested in promoting the education of your future workforce.

No matter the reason, supporting an individual school will support your cause, and help engineer the future at the Fulton Schools and beyond.

collage image of 8 Fulton Schools development team members

For more information on giving to the Fulton Schools, contact a member of our Development team today.

   School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering

Contact: Kati Martinez

  School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence

Contact: Christina Szilvassy

   School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering

Contact: Wendy Nelson

   School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy

Contact: Kati Martinez

   School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks

Contact: Jennifer Williams

   School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment

Contact: David Wahls

   The Polytechnic School

Contact: Jennifer Williams

collage image of 8 Fulton Schools development team members

For more information on giving to the Fulton Schools, contact a member of our Development team today.

Help provide the best experience for our students

$50

Provides five hours of tutoring

$500

Helps a student team create prototypes

$1,000

Supports a First Lego League team for one season

$2,500

Funds the Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative (FURI)

ASU Engineering Dean Kyle Squires speaking at a podium.

By supporting the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, you share your own personal vision for the future for the Fulton Schools and ensure that the values that have made ASU great continue to guide us for generations to come.

Kyle Squires
Dean, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

By supporting the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, you share your own personal vision for the future for the Fulton Schools and ensure that the values that have made ASU great continue to guide us for generations to come.

Kyle Squires
Dean, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

Other ways to support

Leave a gift in your will

A simple, flexible way to ensure that we are able to continue creating positive change on a global scale for years to come is a gift in your estate plan or will — known as a charitable bequest. An easy way to support our efforts is to give a percentage of your assets to the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering by including a statement in your will or trust. This is just one way to leave a legacy and provide significant support to the schools’ students and faculty.

Contact David Wahls for more information, or visit the ASU Foundation website:

Thank you for your generosity!