If you are teaching an undergraduate course in Spring 2024, you may consider participating in the Undergraduate Teaching Assistant program. The primary goals of the program are to improve student professional and educational experience, provide an innovative learning and leadership experience, and allow students to gain valuable professional skills and resume-building opportunities. The deadline to…
Seminars, funding, mentorship, workshops, competitions and more — there’s always something going on at the Fulton Schools or the larger university community. Check out these opportunities and events.
The Fulton Schools Scholarship Portal opens Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2023, for undergraduate students for the 2024–25 academic year. Last year, the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering awarded more than $1.4 million in scholarships to its undergraduate students. Don’t miss your chance to be considered: Support is available! Workshops are offered now through the end…
If you’re attending the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers International Electron Devices Meeting in San Francisco from Dec. 9–13, TSMC is looking to invite attending faculty members from ASU to a series of mini workshops at the conference Dec. 10–13.
The purpose of SURI is to improve doctoral student recruitment by enabling both domestic and international students, including ASU students, to participate in summer research under the mentorship of Fulton Schools research faculty.
The leaders of the National Space Society and the Thunderbird School of Global Management at Arizona State University invite you to attend the sixth annual Space Settlement Summit.
All five STCs have released these FOAs to solicit proposals for research and development projects that are collaborations between ASU researchers, industry partners and government stakeholders.
Please join us for the Fall 2023 Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering and School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering Blood Drive.
School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering faculty members are invited to participate in the U.S.-Israel Cybersecurity R&D for Energy, or ICRDE, Workshop V. This 3-day event jointly hosted by Arizona State University and the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and sponsored by the BIRD Foundation. U.S.-Israel Energy Center ICRDE Workshop VMonday, Oct. 9, 2023–Wednesday, Oct….
Come and mingle with our faculty and students and discover exciting news from the industrial engineering program and the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence.
The FSE Learning and Teaching Hub invites all Fulton Schools community members to be a part of a Community of Practice, or CoP, this semester! These collaborative opportunities are designed to empower you with new skills, foster networking with peers and provide access to valuable resources focused on specific topics.
Do you have a passion for sustainability and a sense of adventure? Applications are now being accepted for a new International Research Program in Japan. For approximately 10 weeks in Summer 2024, a cohort of selected students will travel to and reside in Kyoto, Japan, where they will perform hands-on research in the Department of…
Registration for our 2024–25 Engineering Scholarship Workshops is now live! Workshops run from Thursday, Oct. 12, 2023, through the end of January 2024. Register online via the Scholarship Support website.
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, on behalf of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), is pleased to announce that starting in August 2023, applications are being accepted for the 2024 Jefferson Science Fellowships (JSF). Established by the Secretary of State in 2003, these fellowships serve…
Have you worked with students from ASU’s Barrett, The Honors College? Do you want know to more about the Barrett requirements and how you can support honors students at ASU? Attend a Getting to Know Barrett session for faculty at ASU. This session is for new or existing faculty members who are interested in connecting…
The ASU Science and Technology Centers, known as STCs, catalyze research innovations and entrepreneurship in areas key to the future of Arizona’s economic development, positioning our state for global leadership in new economy industries. STCs bring together faculty and student researchers, industry professionals and entrepreneurs to take big ideas from the lab to market across key clusters of future technologies.