Encourage students to apply and join the legacy of Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative, or FURI, and Master’s Opportunity for Research in Engineering, or MORE. They can apply to join the cohort for the summer* and fall semesters! Apply for FURI by Wednesday, March 20, 2024. Apply for MORE by Wednesday, March 20, 2024. *The summer…
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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….
We had a fa-boo-lous Halloween in the Fulton Schools community with all the spooktacular decorations and eerie-sistible treats that adorned our offices. See who our winners were!
Halloween is quickly approaching and it’s time for the Fulton Schools Halloween Decorating Contest! This is an opportunity for staff to put their creative minds together and showcase their talents. Teams from across the Fulton Schools are invited to participate in this year’s contest. Participating teams will receive $150 (transferred to an ASU local account)…
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.
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,…
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.
Alicia Baumann and Haolin Zhu, senior lecturers in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, have implemented gamification elements into their engineering courses. Baumann and Zhu added challenges throughout the semester and in different media formats to engage their students’ own learning and motivate them to master course concepts.