Student teachers learn new ways to teach learning (State Press)
The Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College is partnering with the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering to find ways to make science, technology, engineering and math more engaging for young students.

The Engineers Serving Education project introduces education majors in the teachers college to STEM subjects and activities they can immediately integrate into the classroom.

Arizona State University inks partnership for flexible electronics with City University of Hong Kong
Arizona State University is partnering with City University of Hong Kong (CityU) to advance flexible electronics systems.

The “CityU-ASU Collaborative on Flexible Systems” was launched on Nov. 2 at an event held at CityU. The two universities paved the way for such projects when they signed a Memorandum of Understanding last April.

Engineering alum helps Arizona meet its water challenges
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering alumnus Michael Johnson will have a hand in shaping Arizona’s future in his role as chief engineer and assistant director for the Arizona Department of Water Resources division of engineering and water-use permits. Johnson earned his master’s degree in 1997 and a doctorate in 2000 in civil engineering from ASU.

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