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 FSE100 Introduction to Engineering curriculum. Students have the opportunity to think entrepreneurially and create their own AR applications through open-ended projects. This…
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.
Freeman A. Hrabowski III, president emeritus of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, will explore the importance of public universities in American society and worldwide.
Accepted candidates will earn income in addition to completing a fully funded master’s degree or doctoral degree at the world’s first AI university in Abu Dhabi.
Join the Fulton Schools Learning and Teaching Hub for professional learning opportunities this semester.
Join us for these upcoming Future of Being Human meetups! Learn about how AI can transform the university of the future, how artificial intelligence might change our lives in the near future and what bias in ChatGPT might mean for society.
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.
Chao Wang, an associate teaching professor within the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, is incorporating artificial intelligence and Internet of Things into her Introduction to Engineering curriculum through MATLAB exercises.
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.
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.
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.
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…
Join the FSE Learning and Teaching Hub for professional learning opportunities this semester.
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!
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.