Freshman seeks to make impact through community service

Oct. 3, 2013—Biomedical engineering freshman Jenny Chen says that she is learning about advancing medical technologies in her introductory courses and the benefits they could bring to society. Read on Full Circle

Fulton Engineering in the news

Twitter Analysis of Public Opinion (KAET TV)
Two Arizona State University computer science doctoral students are developing computer models for analytical systems that can gather data generated by Twitter and organize it in a way that can lead to analysis of public opinion. ASU Computer Informatics professor Subbarao Kambhampati will talk about the twitter analysis tools. Watch the video

Studying Who Heat Islands Hurt And Where They Live (KJZZ)
This past summer was the hottest ever in Phoenix, according to the National Weather Service. During the height of the heat, few places in the U.S. have it worse than the Valley, and if you are in downtown Phoenix, it is going to be a lot worse than it is out in Buckeye or Gold Canyon. Researchers are starting to look at who is most affected by the urban heat island effect and how the neighborhoods they live in could make that heat less severe.

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