Skilled technicians set stage for successful research
A look into the display case outside the door to the Engineering Technical Services Instrument and Prototype Machine Shop on Arizona State University’s Tempe campus gives you a glimpse of the wide variety and high precision of the work it produces.
Higher education, research critical to nation’s defense
Major General Walter Givhan, Commandant, Air Force Institute of Technology, will give the inaugural address in the ASU Security and Defense Distinguished Speaker Series: “The Competitive Advantage for America’s Military Force: Education and Research”
Arizona girls are WOWed! by engineering
More than 200 girls from several Arizona elementary and middle schools gathered at Arizona State University recently for a hands-on introduction to engineering.
Winning essay explains cultural primacy of plumbing
Making the case that much of the advance of human society and culture would have been drastically hindered without the wonders of plumbing, Arizona State University engineering student Jessica Piper took top honors in the ASU Origins Project Science and Culture Essay Competition.