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Events and opportunities relevant to Fulton Schools students. Share these with your students!

Assistant Professor Yezhou Yang and computer science major Benjamin Joseph L. Herrera

Nominate student researchers to speak at the FURI Symposium Luncheon — deadline extended to October 19

Are you working with a Fall 2022 Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative or Master’s Opportunity for Research in Engineering student who is conducting impactful research and is a great speaker? Nominate them to be a speaker at the FURI Symposium Luncheon on Friday, November 18, 2022. This is an excellent opportunity for your top student researchers to share their work with faculty members and their peers.

Register for Dare to Lead this fall — course begins September 8

Dare to Lead™ is a professional development opportunity for students and staff. Based on the grounded theory research of Dr. Brené Brown, this Dare to Lead course is an interactive leadership workshop you have never experienced before. It will teach you the skill sets of courage to work on and provide operationalized tools that will change how you lead forever.

Share the new Space@ASU ambassador program with your students!

We invite motivated undergraduate students from across ASU to share their passion and excitement for space exploration! Space@ASU student ambassadors will be students from all walks of life taking classes at Tempe, Downtown, Polytechnic and West campus. We encourage all majors to apply including, but not limited to business, communication, engineering, art, design, journalism, sustainability and liberal arts and sciences.

Register for the 2022 Research Computing Expo, August 1–2

This event will include in-depth and interactive training for vital topics such as using the web portal, the Linux command line, the software module system, job submission, job benchmarking, job profiling, job monitoring, tools for submitting a large number of jobs, as well as how to leverage hardware such as graphics processing units (GPUs) and high memory nodes.

Updates from the biological design graduate program

Celebrate the academic and professional accomplishments of students and faculty in the Biological Design Graduate Program. Meet Deepanjan Ghosh who earned a 2020 Baxter Young Investigator Award and learn about how biological design contributed to SARS-CoV-2 monitoring. Check out select publications, awards, presentations and more. Read the newsletter

New Materialz Seminar Series announced

The Fulton Schools are excited to announce a new remote lecture series in the broad field of materials science and engineering jointly organized by ASU and the University of Arizona. This seminar series, which will feature talks from eminent experts, will promote student engagement in materials science and engineering through interactive sessions, increase the nation-wide…