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Promising work on imaging technology earns NSF CAREER award
An ASU biomedical engineer will expand his efforts to broaden the medical capabilities of MRI technology with support from a National Science Foundation CAREER award. Read the article.

EPA fellowship aids student’s research for safer use of nanotechnology
An Environmental Protection Agency graduate research fellowship award will support an ASU engineering doctoral student’s efforts to guide innovation of new nanotechnologies that reduce risks to environmental and human health. Read the article.

Photo gallery: Fall 2014 Career Fair
Nearly 3,200 students participated in the Fall 2014 Fulton Schools Career Fair.  See photos from the event

ASU computer science program sees rise in reputation
Achievements by faculty and students have helped put ASU’s computer science program among the leaders in international academic rankings. Read the article

Internships offer invaluable step onto career path
Fulton Schools Career Center experts urge students to learn job search skills through rigorous pursuit of internship opportunities. Read the article. Plus, six engineering students tell about their summer internship experiences.

STEAM Machine camps held on Navajo reservation
Navajo students tackled engineering as an ASU professor explores cultural issues in engineering curriculum as a summer camp. Read the article

Faces of Fulton: Zoe Greco
Working for the Peace Corps and doing research in Europe are among aspirations of mechanical engineering student  Zoe Greco. Read the article

Faces of Fulton: Quintin Willekens
Aerospace engineering major Quintin Willekens found his biggest inspiration within his own family. Read the article

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Student startup companies selected for ASU accelerator program (ASU News)
ASU engineering students are involved in 11 of 20 ASU student projects selected to get support from the Edson Student Entrepreneurship Initiative, ASU’s student startup accelerator program. The ventures will get seed grants ranging from $3,000 to $20,000  office space at ASU’s Skysong facility, mentorship and training opportunities. The winning projects were among more than 300 startups that applied. Read the article

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