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Holiday hackathon

Members of the Desert WAVE robotics team “hacked” electronic toys to make them more accessible for kids with disabilities

Holiday hackathon

Members of the Desert WAVE robotics team “hacked” electronic toys to make them more accessible for kids with disabilities

Innovation and excellence

A blue and red graphic symbolizing polarized political parties

Democracy 2.0

Stephanie Forrest comments on the new ASU lecture series, ‘Dynamics of Political Polarization’ which will explore disruptive forces in US elections

Flexible solar panel shaped into an "S"

Powering the space economy

ASU startup Regher Solar is developing flexible, ultra-thin silicon solar panels and manufacturing processes to advance solar energy in space.

View of a bridge's foundations - Stock image from Pixabay

Mapping the way to resilient cities

Mikhail Chester’s project teams engineers, scientists, government and community leaders to boost urban infrastructure’s resilience.

A group of young entrepreneurs stand before the audience at ASU Demo Day

Success at Demo Day

Fulton Schools student and alumni entrepreneurs earn funding for solutions to big and small problems

Rao Kambhampati poses for the camera in his lab next to a robot that has just stacked some alphabet blocks

Kambhampati named ACM Fellow

Rao Kambhampati has been selected as a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery, the largest global association for computing professionals.

Aviral Shrivastava stands outside in downtown Tempe Arizona holding his small autonomous vehicle

Soft solution, hard problem

Aviral Shrivastava developed software techniques to combat hard-to-detect hardware errors in critical systems such as autonomous vehicles.

A group of about 20 researchers stand in the middle of the immense ASU Drone Studio, surrounded by tons of open space.

Convergence

The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering magazine

Events

Fall 2019 Convocation

Congratulations, graduates! More than 1,400 students graduated from the Fulton Schools of Engineering in the Fall of 2019. Take a minute and meet a few of them, and check out our Convocation photo galleries!

Fall 2019 Convocation

日本一本道a不卡免费Congratulations, gradates! More than 1,400 students graduated from the Fulton Schools of Engineering in the Fall of 2019. Take a minute and meet a few of them, and check out our Convocation photo galleries!

$115M

in research
expenditures
FY2019

192

patents in
the last
3 years

graphic of robotic arm

29

NSF CAREER
awards in
the last 4 years

21

startups in
the last
3 years

graphic of an arm holding up a chemical flask

$115M

in research
expenditures
FY2019

 

graphic of robotic arm192

patents in
the last
3 years

 

29

NSF CAREER
awards in
the last 4 years

 

graphic of an arm holding up a chemical flask21

startups in
the last
3 years

 

Get involved outside the classroom

A group of Fulton Schools Peer Mentors line up with welcoming smiles in a Tooker House hallway

Peer mentor potential?

Residential Peer mentors help first-year students feel connected to the Fulton Schools and guide them through the transition to ASU. Interested? Apply by January 10.

Apply or re-apply for Fulton Schools scholarships by Feb 1, 2020

Apply for scholarships

The Fulton Schools scholarship portal application is now open. Our engineering scholarships are annual and you need to reapply each year. Apply by February 1, 2020.

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Study Abroad Scholarships

Applications are open for the Fulton Schools Study Abroad Scholarship. Apply by Feb 1. Learn more about the ASU Study Abroad program.

Sun Devil Robotics Club (SDRC) logo with "Sun Devil Smackdown" text

Sun Devil Smackdown

The Sun Devil Robotics Club is hosting the Sun Devil Smackdown — a combat robotics competition — February 22, 2020. Sign up to compete!

“The education that I’ve received at ASU has really taught me the foundations of electrical engineering, but beyond that, I think the education that I’ve had has taught me how to learn. I think that is essential to take into industry.

Darren Smith

Electrical Engineering