See how students are solving real-world challenges in data science, education, energy, health, security, semiconductor manufacturing and sustainability at the Spring 2023 FURI Symposium!
Awards and recognition
Awards and recognition given to and available to win by Fulton Schools faculty and staff.
Thank you to all the Fulton Schools staff who joined us at the new Fulton Difference Awards celebration! Revisit the presentation for recognition of our staff members’ years of service, award nominees and winners. Also, check out our photo gallery on Flickr. Congratulations to the 2023 award winners: Excellence in ServiceBritton Breisch, senior financial specialist,…
Join us for the Douglas C. Montgomery Distinguished Lecture at Arizona State University, a forum for the exchange of current topics related to industrial engineering. Generously supported by ASU Regents Professor Douglas Montgomery, the annual lecture will kick off on Friday, April 7, 2023. This year’s lecture is presented by Harriet B. Nembhard from the…
The Hispanic Convocation presents the Outstanding Student Award to select undergraduate and graduate students who are graduating each term. Students are nominated by an ASU faculty member, staff member, or community member. The nominations are reviewed by a committee and the finalists are chosen based on: Learn more and submit your nominations by 11:59 p.m….
Carla van de Sande, associate professor of mathematics education at ASU, created a program to help students practice key math concepts over academic breaks. Keep In School Shape (KiSS) sends students daily challenges via email or text so they can keep their skills sharp between calculus courses.
Join Dean Kyle Squires as we celebrate Fulton Schools staff – highlighting those reaching years of service milestones, retirees and SUN Award recipients – and present the Fulton Difference Awards! End the celebration with a spectacular raffle drawing including several donations from around the state.
The ASU Committee for Campus Inclusion is pleased to announce the call for nominations for the CCI Catalyst Awards, honoring individuals, groups, teams, organizations/units, and programs that have catalyzed change by fostering and promoting diversity and inclusion at ASU and beyond.
Assistant professor Houlong Zhuang’s career has just begun, but he has already established himself as a prolific collaborator and a force for change in many different fields of engineering.
The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering has evolved, formalizing its core values and initiating a process to communicate them to Fulton Schools community members — our students, staff and faculty — and, in turn, our external stakeholders. A key piece in the core values evolution includes the realignment of staff awards to recognize and…
Please join the FSE Learning and Teaching Hub for a virtual book study opportunity this semester — this time on “Teach Students How to Learn: Strategies You Can Incorporate Into Any Course to Improve Student Metacognition, Study Skills, and Motivation” by Saundra Yancy McGuire. Teach Students How to Learn offers simple strategies faculty can use…
Do you know a faculty member who has demonstrated excellence in teaching, research and service? Have they contributed significantly to the advancement of engineering? Recognize their achievements by nominating them for the Daniel Jankowski Legacy Award!
Gail-Joon Ahn, a professor of computer science and engineering in the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, has recently been named a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, or IEEE, the world’s largest organization of technical professionals.
Teaching Assistant Professor Daniel Frank has created a learning environment that cultivates imagination in his first-year engineering courses. Frank’s innovation had him taking a few “clues” from a popular television series and creating a fictional customer for which his students would design a solution.
Arizona State University announced Thursday its four Regents Professors for 2023 — the most prestigious and highest faculty award possible.
Cooke is contributing to another ongoing National Academies study on risk analysis methods for nuclear war and nuclear terrorism. The research investigates the use of a risk assessment framework to determine the risks of nuclear terrorism and nuclear war.