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Cool partnership solves hot problem

Through the eProjects program, students in the Fulton Schools have been working with local company Mr. Misters on the redesign of a photovoltaic bimini frame to house a misting system that will be used to cool passengers of runabout style boats.

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Innovation and excellence

Giuseppe Mascaro

Taking a rain check

Giuseppe Mascaro has analyzed more than 15 years of rain gauge data with new methodology, characterizing daily rainfall extremes which can help predict extreme events.

Ed Kavazanjian works in his lab with two graduate students, a woman and a man.

Top honors

ASU geotechnical engineering expert Ed Kavazanjian earned the American Society of Civil Engineers’ highest honor for his outstanding career achievements.

Number 17

ASU ranked No. 17 globally in patents

We are proud of the major contributions from our fantastic Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering faculty that catapulted Arizona State University into the Top 20.

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Summer is no vacation for these faculty

Select researchers from the Fulton Schools and the College of Health Solutions will spend summer tackling major health issues as part of the Mayo Clinic and ASU Alliance for Health Care.

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Bitcoin goes to Wall Street: Cryptocurrency’s newest phase

Director and Fulton Schools research professor Dragan Boscovic says blockchain technology is more evolutionary than revolutionary

Vivin Paliath

ASU researchers awarded best paper

Mounir El Asmar, lead author, received the 2018 American Society of Civil Engineers best paper award, cementing ASU’s status as a top construction program. 

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ASU co-hosts STEMCON in Vietnam

ASU partnered with Vietnam National University to host the conference focused on elevating engineering education and workforce development in STEM fields.

Assistant professor Karmella Haynes

Synthetic biology leader

Assistant professor Karmella Haynes chaired the 2018 Synthetic Biology conference, where a record number of attendees gathered highlights, discoveries and tools at leading edge of DNA editing.

Summer just got STEAMy!

Our Fulton Summer Academy programs for elementary, middle and high school students offer the opportunity to learn STEAM concepts–Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math–while having lots of hands-on fun!

Registration is open. Find your program today!

Why choose the Fulton Schools?

We have the Fulton Difference.

We build engineers. Our students are part of a community of problem solvers, people who are passionate about designing and making innovative and entrepreneurial solutions. They are people who want to make a difference in the world, just like you.

More about the Fulton Difference

 

Get involved outside the classroom

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Jobs and Internships

You can use Handshake to search for jobs and internships, upload your résumé for recruiting employers to view, schedule on-campus interviews and see who’s recruiting. Try it today!

Join the Bayer Alka-Rocket Challenge

Compete for a new world record with Bayer

Now is your chance to design and launch an Alka-Rocket in a competition to create a new Guinness World Record for the highest launch of an Alka-Rocket. Submissions due Oct 18.

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Tutoring Centers Summer Hours

The Fulton Schools Tutoring Centers have reopened for summer through August 8. More tutoring center information

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Undergrads: do summer research

Apply for summer 2018 Research for Undergraduates (REU) opportunities from NSF.