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ASU engineers make the "pitchfork" to show their Order of the Engineer rings.

Students at the Order of the Engineer Spring 2011 Ceremony

More than 100 Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering students and alumni were inducted into the Order of the Engineer in an April 18 ceremony. To enter the Order, students and engineers take a pledge to uphold standards of ethics and serve the public good in their work as engineers.

“It’s about a commitment to a high level of integrity in your careers,” Dean Paul Johnson said to inductees before they recited the pledge and placed Order of the Engineer rings on their fingers.

ASU engineering alumnus Chris Kmetty told students to view the induction as a “rite of passage from a student to a professional.”

The Fulton Schools of Engineering began conducting an annual Order of the Engineer induction at the urging of civil engineering student Joy Marsalla.

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