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The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University is one of the largest and most comprehensive engineering programs in the United States. Find events and opportunities exclusively for Fulton Schools faculty and staff members.

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Share with your students: Apply for TSMC AZ Fellowship by March 31

The deadline for our TSMC AZ Fellowship is quickly approaching. Students must apply via the Fulton Schools Fellowship Portal by Sunday, March 31, 2024, for consideration. The fellowship provides support to master’s degree students pursuing a degree and research related to the semiconductor industry. To be eligible, students must be pursuing (or intend to pursue) their master’s degree with…

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CANCELED: Attend an intelligentsia of nano-architected hierarchical materials seminar, April 12

Join the School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks as they host Julia Greer, professor of materials science and mechanics at Caltech, for a seminar on intelligentsia of nano-architected hierarchical materials. Agenda: Abstract Creation of reconfigurable and multi-functional materials can be achieved by incorporating architecture into material design. In our research, we design and fabricate three-dimensional…

April 12, 202410:30 a.m. - 11:50 a.m.
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Visit ORIEN’s proposal resource library

The Fulton Schools Office of Research, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, or ORIEN, is excited to announce the launch of a new proposal resource library, a one-stop shop to help faculty develop their proposals. The library currently features information, boilerplate, links and more related to key topics such as DEI, entrepreneurship and workforce development. The extensive resource library…

See how Grand Challenges Scholars are solving global problems at these poster sessions, April 29 and May 5

Attend one of two events to see how students would solve problems related to sustainability, health, security and joy of living. As part of their “Futuristic Solutions for the Grand Challenges” projects, students will present their solutions through models and posters. Attendees may come and go as they please, and food and refreshments will be…

Meet Grand Challenges Scholars and see how they’re solving challenges at this showcase, March 22

Meet the 2024 Grand Challenges Scholars, recognized by the National Academy of Engineering, and celebrate their accomplishments. Learn how they developed and applied their technical talent, interdisciplinary perspective, entrepreneurial mindset, multicultural awareness and social consciousness to address challenges in health, security, sustainability and joy of living. The event will include brief presentations followed by a…

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Attend the NSF CAREER Award workshop, March 22

The Fulton Schools Office of Research, Innovation and Entrepreneurship (ORIEN) invites eligible Fulton Schools faculty to register for a workshop focused on strategies for responding to the NSF CAREER solicitation. This workshop, scheduled for Friday, March 22, 2024, will be facilitated by Lucy Deckard from Academic Research Funding Strategies, LLC, who spent 16 years as…

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Attend the Arizona Space Summit workforce development discussion, March 27

Be part of the Arizona Space Summit workforce development discussion, where academia, industry and government team up to build the space ecosystem of tomorrow. Explore Arizona’s vibrant space sector and network with industry leaders, faculty and peers, featuring keynotes from Aerospace Corporation and Interstellar Labs. Arizona Space Summit workforce development discussionWednesday, March 27, 20245:30–8:15 p.m.Student Pavillion…

March 27, 20245:30 p.m. - 8:15 p.m.
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Attend the ASU Industry Technology Innovation Summit on Feb. 28

The ASU Science and Technology Centers, or STCs, catalyze research innovations and entrepreneurship in areas key to the future of Arizona’s economic development, positioning our state for global leadership in new industries. STCs bring together faculty, student researchers, industry professionals and entrepreneurs to take big ideas from the lab to market across key clusters of future…

Apply for ORIEN research infrastructure investment

The Fulton Schools Office of Research, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, or ORIEN, has released a new “small-cap” program through investment from the Schools and faculty to co-fund research-capacity-building projects of between $10,000 and $100,000. All requests for support in this dollar range must be submitted through this program for consideration for ORIEN support. This does not…