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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…

See how Grand Challenges Scholars are solving global problems at these poster sessions, April 29 and May 2

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…

Share with your students: Apply for Summer Research Initiative by Feb. 1

Applications are open for the Summer Research Initiative, known as SURI, until Thursday, Feb. 1, 2024! The Fulton Schools offers summer research opportunities for qualified students to gain engineering research experience and learn what it would be like to pursue a doctoral degree through an eight-week summer research program. Eligible U.S. citizens, permanent residents and…

Learn about summer 2024 study abroad opportunities — applications due March 1

Check out some of the recommended study abroad opportunities. Most applications for summer 2024 are due Friday, March 1, 2024, unless noted. History and Technology of Microelectronics in Taiwan. Photography and Architecture in France. Fulton Schools of Engineering Summer in Dublin, Ireland. TEDI London Summer Experience in England — applications due Monday, April 1, 2024. Visualization…

Spotlight on Teaching and Learning: Academic Innovator — Anoop Grewal

How can faculty integrate emerging technologies to spark innovation for first-year engineering students? Anoop Grewal, an engineering associate teaching professor, recently pioneered an initiative to integrate augmented reality, known as AR, into his FSE 100 Introduction to Engineering curriculum. Students have the opportunity to think entrepreneurially and create their own AR applications through open-ended projects….

Spotlight on Teaching and Learning

Spotlight on Teaching and Learning: Academic Innovators — Ryan Milcarek and Josh Wilbur

To ensure that students in the online mechanical engineering program could still derive substantive practical experiences, faculty members Ryan Milcarek and Josh Wilbur devised novel and forward-thinking virtual laboratories and simulations that not only maintained the foundational learning objectives, but also enhanced students’ ability to navigate uncertainties in data acquisition and analytical processes.

2023 Teaching Excellence and Top 5% Awards

We recognize excellence in instruction by awarding an annual Teaching Excellence Award and through selection to our Top 5% Teachers List. Student nominations and feedback are reviewed by a faculty committee in determining these honors.

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The Fulton Schools is expanding to the West Valley

ASU has plans to launch the School of Integrated Engineering on ASU’s West campus. The new school represents FSE’s commitment to the community and advancing engineering education in the West Valley. 

Overleaf Professional now available to the ASU research community!

The Knowledge Enterprise at Arizona State University with W. P. Carey School of Business, the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering and The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences are providing Overleaf Professional for all faculty, students and staff who would like to use a collaborative, online LaTeX editor for their projects.