Events and opportunities relevant to Fulton Schools faculty members.

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Apply for Fulbright-Tocqueville Distinguished Chair Award, deadline Sept. 16

Apply for a Fulbright-Tocqueville Distinguished Chair Award and spend a semester in France. The Distinguished Chair’s objective is to create, develop and reinforce Franco-American cooperation in the disciplines essential to French and American society and to the mutual understanding of both peoples. The award aims to reinforce collaborative research between the United States and France…

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Donate blood at the SSEBE blood drive, June 11

Please join us for the first School of Sustainable Engineering and Built Environment blood drive.  Every two seconds, someone in the U.S. needs blood. This could be a little girl in the ICU or a mother with Stage 3 leukemia. If you’re worried about needles, don’t be —most blood donors compare the experience to a…

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Apply for the Gerald T. Heydt Scholarship in Electric Power Engineering by June 1

The Gerald T. Heydt Scholarship in Electric Power Engineering is a scholarship for EE graduate students to encourage U.S. students to pursue careers in electric power engineering. Please share the attached flyer and encourage eligible students to apply by Saturday, June 1, 2024. Applicant requirements:– Must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents– Must be enrolled…

Apply for 2024 Spring ASU STC funding by May 31

We are excited to unveil the 2024 Spring Funding Opportunity Announcements, or FOA, for the ASU Science and Technology Centers, or STC. Following the successful conclusion of the ASU Industry Technology Innovation Summit, or ASU ITIS, on February 28, 2024, all STCs have officially released their FOAs. These announcements aim to foster collaborative research and…

Research Innovation and Collaboration Exchange

Apply to the Research Innovation and Collaboration Exchange Fellowship program, deadline May 15

The East-West Center welcomes scholars, policy experts, non-government organization/civil society organization members, researchers or journalists from the Indo-Pacific Region to undertake research or other projects on topics related to the domestic/international governance, environmental issues, political economy issues around trade, technology and integration and geopolitics in the Indo-Pacific as a RICE Fellow. Be Creative with Proposals…

A student poses with their group's capstone project

Attend the Spring 2024 ECEE Senior Design Capstone Demo Day, April 26

Join us for our Senior Design Capstone Demo Day, where the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering, or ECEE, class of 2024 will showcase 48 capstone graduation projects they’ve been working on during the 2023–24 school year. These various innovations span facets of electrical engineering from power systems to biomedical applications to machine learning…

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Share with your students: Project pitch contest, April 19

The School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks is proud to announce a new opportunity for our undergraduate and graduate students to pitch their completed or ongoing projects created during their time here at ASU for a chance to win big. This new competition is open to students of manufacturing engineering, robotics and autonomous systems, systems…

April 19, 202411:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Attend Mentorship360 Workshop on student mentorship in research, April 24

The M360 Faculty Mentorship Program is happy to announce the third of our spring workshop series on effective mentoring. We are offering a series of workshops this semester, each focused on a different aspect of effective mentoring, and for our third workshop, we’re excited to welcome Mayra Artiles, a faculty member in The Polytechnic School, part of the…

Attend entrepreneurship insights from Vani Kola ’87, April 29

Join the Fulton Schools of Engineering as we welcome back Vani Kola ’87 – a trailblazer in the entrepreneurial landscape. Vani Kola has reshaped the startup ecosystem in Silicon Valley, India and beyond. Join us as she shares her insights on entrepreneurship, drawing from her experience co-founding Kalaari Capital and empowering countless startups.Monday, April 29,…

Attend an interview with acclaimed climate journalist Abrahm Lustgarten, April 17

Join Wellington “Duke” Reiter, Arizona State Univerity’s Ten Across Initiative executive director, in a chat with acclaimed climate journalist Abrahm Lustgarten discussing his recently released book, On the Move: The Overheating Earth and the Uprooting of America. Employing the most current climate data and predictive models, Lustgarten shows how America’s population will be squeezed northward…

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Summer camps to inspire tween and teen game developers and roboticists

Help your kids stay busy and beat the heat this summer! Faculty members from the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence will facilitate two fantastic summer camps for middle school and high school students on the Tempe campus. Game Camp in Unreal Engine Middle school – grades 7 and upWeekdays June 3–14, 9 a.m.–4 p.m….

The ASU Health Futures Center Building

Attend the AI and innovation guest talk, April 16

Don’t miss the Arizona Advanced AI & Innovation, or AI3, Hub Guest Talk featuring William Hsu from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. Maximizing the Utility of Multimodal Data to Detect and Treat Cancers EarlierTuesday, April 16, 2024Noon ASU Health Futures Center, Room 161, 6161 E Mayo Blvd #319, Phoenix, AZ 85054Zoom  About the…