Women engineering the future
The all-female underwater robotics team, Desert WAVE, won second place overall and had top finishes in nearly all categories at the 23rd International RoboSub Competition on August 30, 2020.
The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering is committed to balancing the STEM population with the general population. Numerous programs and organizations in the Fulton Schools aim to increase gender diversity in science and engineering, led by women who have found their passion in various engineering fields and are now helping others pursue these rewarding career paths.
How does the Fulton Schools stack up?
Engineering technology degrees
awarded to women
Women as tenure/tenure-track faculty
awarded to women
Student and faculty spotlights
Holloway honored as a rising star in chemical engineering
How ASU is transforming additive manufacturing science and education
ASU students place second in the world at robotics competition
Summer pilot program aims to increase diversity in engineering
New Fulton Entrepreneurial Professors move innovation to the market
Taking steps toward ankle rehabilitation using soft robotics
AWIC aims to support the recruitment, retention, and ultimately, the job placement of strong, qualified females from the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment’s Del E. Webb School of Construction (DEWSC) or the construction engineering programs at ASU.
Phi Sigma Rho is a social sorority dedicated to encourage women in technical studies to flourish both in their academic and social endeavors. We wish to create a community in which women challenge and encourage each other.
The goal of the SWE is to stimulate women to achieve their full potential in careers as engineers and leaders, expand the image of the engineering profession as a positive force in improving the quality of life, and demonstrate the value of diversity.
WiCS is an organization dedicated to promoting diversity in engineering, particularly females in computing. WiCS acts as a support network and resource for women in technology by providing many social, academic, professional development, community outreach, and networking opportunities.
NSBE’s mission is “to increase the number of culturally responsible black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community.” We are committed to undergraduate and graduate students in academic programs of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
SHPE de ASU brings a sense of community to the Hispanic engineering students at Arizona State. We seek to increase the number of Hispanics graduating with STEM degrees. We provide a network system which encourages students to persist and become role models.