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In the Loop

Events, opportunities and news for Fulton Schools faculty and staff

Featured events and opportunities

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Donate blood at the SSEBE blood drive, June 11

Please join us for the School of Sustainable Engineering and Built Environment Blood Drive at College Avenue Commons.

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Apply for the Fulbright-Tocqueville Distinguished Chair Award, deadline Sept. 16

Apply for a Fulbright-Tocqueville Distinguished Chair Award and spend a semester in France.

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Apply for ORIEN research infrastructure investment

The Fulton Schools Office of Research, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, or ORIEN, has released a new “small-cap” program through investment from the Schools and faculty to co-fund research-capacity-building projects of between $10,000 and $100,000.

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Attend the engineering promotion, tenure and teaching faculty promotion workshops

The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering dean’s office will host four workshops this spring that will be held on both the Tempe campus and Polytechnic campus.


Take advantage of these Fulton Schools resources.

Spotlight on teaching and learning

The Learning and Teaching Hub hosts meetings and workshops, highlights outstanding educators and provides other tips and resources for Fulton Schools faculty and staff.

Academic Integrity Office Tips

Get the latest tips and best practices for academic integrity in your classes in this helpful column, plus fun memes! Visit the Academic Integrity Office website to learn more.

Learn about more resources

Check out these opportunities and tools for Fulton Schools faculty and staff posted on In the Loop.

Additional publications from ASU Engineering

Full Circle

Read all the latest news about what’s happening in the Fulton Schools. Read more on Full Circle.

  • Arizona State University and Mayo Clinic Arizona are researching recovery methods for heart attack patients through regenerative cell therapies. The post Harnessing benefits of stem cells for heart regeneration appeared first on Full Circle.
  • ASU researcher Nick Rolston received an NSF CAREER Award to advance perovskite solar technology and further develop the field's workforce. The post Setting new standards for materials testing appeared first on Full Circle.

In the News

See what other news organizations are saying about the Fulton Schools community. Read more external news.

  • To respond to a directive set forth in a new federal rule, Arizona will make use of the expertise of Treavor Boyer, a professor in the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment, part of the Fulton Schools. The goal is to reduce per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, […]
  • Studies show that in routine driving circumstances, driverless automobiles are involved in fewer accidents than cars driven by people. But research also reveals that autonomous vehicles are having more difficulties than human drivers when encountering low-light conditions and when making turns on roads. Still, experts say much more research must […]

Inner Circle

Learn about upcoming events and opportunities for Fulton Schools students. Read more on Inner Circle.

  • Fulton Schools students are invited to participate in a one-week summer workshop on environmental science and engineering at Tongji University in Shanghai, China. Workshops will be delivered by Arizona State University Regents Professor Bruce Rittmann and distinguished faculty from Tongji University. Note: This event is only open to current Fulton […]
  • Two graphic information technology students earned awards for their photography in the Printing Industries Association Arizona Print Excellence student competition. Congratulations to Kymber Miller and Sara Conklin, who were recognized for their work.   Kymber is a current student in the Bachelor of Applied Science degree in graphic information technology. Her […]
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Fulton Schools values

At the Fulton Schools, we:

  • Cultivate excellence.
  • Deliver innovation that matters.
  • Encourage bold thinking.
  • Foster a community of learning and collaboration.
  • Build a foundation for all to be successful.