Inclusive excellence

The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering is dedicated to inclusive excellence as a core value. Find opportunities that promote inclusive excellence in STEM.

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Register for the 2nd Annual STEM Inclusion Summit, Oct. 18

The Second Annual STEM Inclusion Summit, sponsored by the Research for Inclusive STEM Education (RISE) Center, is open to the broader ASU community. This summit provides the opportunity for people to both present and learn about current diversity, equity and inclusion research and initiatives occurring in the sciences at ASU. Invited talks include Ira A. Fulton…

Enhancing Holistic Wellness in the Workplace, Sept. 21

Attend a special keynote event hosted by the ASU Faculty Women’s Association, or FWA, and the ASU Faculty Women of Color Caucus, or FWOCC, featuring Della Mosley, a counseling psychologist and scholar-activist whose expansive work is dedicated to creating healing spaces from racial trauma. This event is open to all ASU faculty, staff and students. 

Nominate students for the Hispanic Convocation Outstanding Students Awards by March 12

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….

Join the FSE Learning and Teaching Hub: Spring Book Study

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…

A student and her faculty mentor look at a sample in a lab.

Kenan Song earns ASU Women and Philanthropy Grant

Engineering Assistant Professor Kenan Song was awarded a $50,000 ASU Women and Philanthropy grant for a new project to design and manufacture biodegradable tissue scaffolds to cure pelvic organ prolapse in women. Song and his students in the Advanced Materials Advanced Manufacturing Laboratory, or AMAML, will work with physicians at Mayo Clinic to conduct this research with the overall goal of ensuring…

New ASU researcher supporting minority group success in engineering doctoral programs

According to the National Academies, only one in seven doctorates in engineering are obtained by underrepresented groups including African Americans, Hispanics and Native Americans. Research shows that several factors contribute to this disparity, but there haven’t been adequate resources available to support systemic change within academic institutions. Now, a new National Science Foundation grant will help uncover how…