Update your professional portrait during September open studio hours

Posted by on Aug 26, 2016 in Events | 0 comments

We provide free professional portraits to all Fulton Schools students, faculty and staff. These photos can be used for LinkedIn profiles, FURI student abstracts, news stories, student organization directories or the ASU directory.

Take advantage of open hours to update your professional portraits — no appointment necessary. Wear business attire; neutral colors are best — avoid stripes or patterns. Black and other dark colors are fine.

Mark your calendars and don’t miss open studio!

Please bring your Sun Card or have your ASU ID number ready.

Wednesday, September 7, 2016
10 a.m.–2 p.m.
Engineering Center F-wing (ECF) 103B, Tempe campus [map]

Tuesday, September 20, 2016
10 a.m.–2 p.m.
Brickyard Engineering (BYENG) 660, Tempe campus [map]

Friday, September 30, 2016
11 a.m.–3 p.m.
Santan Hall (SANTN) 330W, Polytechnic campus [map]

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EPICS is looking for new students to join teams: enroll in EPICS courses today!

Posted by on Jul 11, 2016 in Customize your experience, Opportunities |

The Engineering Projects in Community Service program, known as EPICS, is a national award-winning social entrepreneurship program. Teams design, build and deploy systems to solve engineering-based problems for charities, schools and other not-for-profit organizations. Our students aren’t waiting to graduate to make a difference—they are tackling real-world problems today. EPICS courses use an innovative technology-based approach to very old problems—access to clean drinking water, providing nutritious food in remote villages. We do not take an off-the-shelf solution; we are looking for big-picture, breakthrough thinking.

There are two ongoing EPICS projects that are looking to bring some new talent onto their teams.

The Aqualibria project is working to develop a solution to food security and economic development challenges for communities on the island of Pemba off the East coast of Africa.  This project hopes to provide local co-operatives with fresh food in an area of food deserts, clean water in an area that is regularly fraught with water-borne disease, and economic development in a perennially impoverished community.  The team is in need of students with an interest in food production, sustainability, water treatment, and general engineering and design.

The Carlos Pinto Water Project is working with a local professional chapter of Engineers Without Borders to develop innovative solutions for water treatment and distribution for a rural village in the Dominican Republic.  This partnership has generated several great opportunities for students to work on an international project with a very engaged local partner.  The team is in need of students with an interest in community development, infrastructure, water treatment, and mechanical and/or chemical engineering.

In addition to these ongoing projects, one of our long-time community partners, Treasures4Teachers, is engaging with EPICS once again for a new project. This Fall semester, EPICS students will have the opportunity to help this fantastic non-profit that works to provide low cost school supplies to teachers and schools to help improve their impact.  The team will have needs for industrial engineering students and engineering management students. Students within computer science and computer systems majors and those with general interest in supply chain or non-profit operations and education will be welcomed to the team as well.

Due to high demand, new sections of FSE 104: EPICS Gold have been added for Fall 2016, and there are open seats in all sections of FSE 494: EPICS Gold in Action. Get enrolled today!

Questions? Contact Brittany Martin at Britt.Martin@asu.edu

 

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Beam over to the Star Trek Science Fiction TV Dinner, Sept. 8

Posted by on Aug 26, 2016 in Events | 0 comments

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September 8, 2016 is the 50th anniversary of the Star Trek universe. Celebrate by taking a journey to the final frontier, where Captain Picard and his stouthearted crew encounter mystical artifacts and grapple with whether Data has an artistic imagination.

Science Fiction TV Dinner — Star Trek: The Next Generation
Thursday, September 8, 2016
6 p.m.
ISTB4 Marston Exploration Theater, Tempe campus
RSVP now! Free dinner available for the first 150 guests.

The seventh season episode “Masks” quietly raises fascinating questions about crew dynamics and psychological well-being on long spacefaring missions. How can humans and AI alike retain their sanity and rationality after years of voyaging? Join Garth Johnson, curator of ceramics at the ASU Art Museum, and Dr. Kerri Salamanca, a psychologist at the Phoenix VA Medical Center, for a screening and conversation.

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See what ASU’s high performance computing resources can do for you, August 29

Posted by on Aug 26, 2016 in Events | 0 comments

BrownBag_Fall2016_Twitter-01Are you interested in research computing? Bring your lunch for a brown bag lunch and hands-on workshop that explores ASU’s high performance computing resources.

Intro to Supercomputing
Host: Brandon Mikkelsen, Director of Research Data Management
Monday, August 29, 2016

10 a.m.–noon (10–11 a.m., lecture; 11–noon, hands-on practice)
Life Sciences Center C (LSC) 180, Tempe campus [map]
All students, faculty and staff are welcome to attend

This seminar is intended to expose students and researchers to the high performance computing resources availability at ASU. The talk will be very useful for first time users of the cluster to access and use the system effectively. The presentation will provide a holistic overview of the cluster system hardware and software environment and a top level introduction on:

  • using an Unix/Linux based system with simple and useful commands and scripts
  • demonstrations of the user environment including the Module system (used for software stack management), Compilers, SLURM, Moab and Gold for batch queuing, scheduling, and accounting will be provided.

Research Computing Brown Bag Seminars

This is a series of interactive seminars sponsored by the Research Computing Faculty Working Group. The seminars are intended to provide student and faculty researchers hands-on exposure to the research computing resources available at ASU and to provide an opportunity for discussion, troubleshooting, and information sharing. These seminars will range from the introduction to high performance computing and basic programming, to discipline-specific workshops.

About Research Computing:

ASU Research Computing represents leading academic supercomputing capabilities — providing a high-performance computing environment, a high-end data intensive ecosystem (Big Data), a highly available 100 gigabit Internet2 connected network internal and external via Internet2 through an ESNET Science DMZ, large-scale data storage and elastic capacity to the public cloud. Its mission is to eliminate boundaries to research computing by providing transformative advanced computing solutions in a cost-effective manner and to support the university’s mission and goals as they apply to research, education and public service. For more information about RC@ASU, email researchcomputing@asu.edu.

 

 

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Jobs and Internships- week of August 29

Posted by on Aug 26, 2016 in Career, Internships | 0 comments

Did you know you can use Sun Devil CareerLink (SDCL) to search degree-related job opportunities and internships, upload your résumés for recruiting employers to view, schedule on-campus interviews and see who’s recruiting at engineering career events throughout the year? If you’re not taking advantage of this resource, register for SDCL today. Want to learn more? Check out this SDCL Quick Reference GuideThis week there are 257 postings related to Fulton Schools degree programs in SDCL.

Follow the “Read more” link for just a few examples of what you can find in Sun Devil CareerLink this week.

HIGHLIGHTED POSTINGS BY SCHOOL

Biological and Health Systems Engineering

Organization General Electric Healthcare
Position Title Biomedical/Field Service Engineer Intern
Position Type Co-op/Internship
City, State Multiple Locations
Application Details Job details listed at GE Healthcare 

 

The Polytechnic School

Organization Connexta, LLC
Position Title Open Source Software Developers
Position Type Full-Time
City, State Phoenix, AZ
Application Details Job details listed on Sun Devil CareerLink, ID #835613

 

Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering

Organization JX Nippon Mining & Metals
Position Title C# ASP.net Programmer
Position Type Full-Time
City, State Chandler, AZ
Application Details Job details listed on Sun Devil CareerLink, ID #836446

 

Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering

Organization Healthways
Position Title Associate Software Developer
Position Type Part-Time
City, State Chandler, AZ
Application Details Job details listed on Sun Devil CareerLink, ID #836658

 

Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy

Organization Salt River Project-SRP
Position Title Engineering & Technical Intern
Position Type Internship
City, State Tempe, AZ
Application Details Job details listed on Sun Devil CareerLink, ID #836389

 

Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment

Organization Performance Contracting Inc
Position Title Associate Project Engineer Intern
Position Type Internship
City, State Multiple Locations
Application Details Job details listed on Sun Devil CareerLink, ID #836470

Find more job postings, events and career development opportunities at the Fulton Schools of Engineering Career Center.

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Grant assists professional development to foster diversity — apply by August 26

Posted by on Aug 24, 2016 in Graduate Students, Opportunities | 0 comments

The National Science Foundation aims to increase diversity in engineering faculty, and recently awarded a $2.9 million grant to seven leading engineering diversity organizations.

This group’s project provides ASSIST travel grants to fund underrepresented early-career faculty to attend conferences and professional development programs for academic careers in engineering.

Graduate students are encouraged to apply by Friday, August 26.

Questions? Contact Raul Munoz at rmunoz@mymaes.org.

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Live @ Generator Labs series kicks off September 1

Posted by on Aug 23, 2016 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

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Live @ Generator Labs series flier — check out this semester’s event schedule!

Join us in the new Generator Labs space (ECG 101) on Thursday, September 1 for the first event of a semester-long series, featuring guest speakers from the Duul Software group. During our first Founders Live event, students can pick the brains of the local company’s founders and find out how they turned their startup idea into a success. You’ll hear the ins and outs of their entrepreneurial journey with plenty of time to engage in the Q&A after.

Live @ Generator Labs series: Founders Live
Thursday, September 1, 2016
6–8 p.m.
Sign up
today, space is limited!

Register here for all of the Live @ Generator Labs series events. We look forward to seeing you in our new space!

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The EcoCAR3 team needs your help to rebuild a Camaro into a fuel-efficient dream car!

Posted by on Aug 22, 2016 in Opportunities, Organizations and Teams, Students | 0 comments

EcoCAR3 team

Join the EcoCAR3 team! Photographer: Nick Narducci/ASU

Are you looking to get hands-on experience on an automotive project? Have you ever been interested in working with General Motors or the U.S. Department of Energy? EcoCAR 3 provides ASU students with the opportunity to redesign a 2016 Chevrolet Camaro and turn it into a fuel-efficient vehicle. The team is looking to recruit new members and you could be one of them!

EcoCAR 3 is an advanced vehicle technology competition series and a premier collegiate automotive engineering competition funded by the DOE and GM. ASU is one of 16 teams entering the third year in the four-year competition.

The team is currently accepting applications for the following engineering positions:

  • Electrical team members: Develop/optimize and install the vehicle’s electrical system
  • Mechanical team members: Develop/learn CAD modeling and fabrication techniques for all mechanical systems of the vehicle
  • Controls and systems simulation team members: Develop control strategy for the vehicle based on models; plan test cases and control process validation

In addition, the following not-necessarily-engineering positions are available:

  • Communications Manager: Responsible for managing the communications team and for planning outreach events and deliverables (this is a stipend-based position)
  • Communications team members: Write and disseminate news releases and media advisories; develop media outreach opportunities
  • Business Development Officer: Work closely with the communications team to further the goals of EcoCAR3, establish links between different industries and manage stakeholders
  • Sponsorship Manager: Manage all existing sponsors and strive to get more sponsors on-board EcoCAR3
  • Project Manager Assistant: Schedule development and assist the project manager in developing and implementing processes. High level management and assist the PM in all administrative tasks

How to apply

Contact Kumail Selani, ASU EcoCAR3 project manager, at kselani@asu.edu.

Please include:

  • The team you’d like to be involved with
  • Your current year in school (freshman, sophomore, etc.)
  • The degree you’re seeking
  • A skill you can contribute to the team
  • Your résumé

The team will send you an email back to notify you they’ve received your application.

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Explore resources and programs at the Graduate Student Resources and Information Fair, August 25

Posted by on Aug 22, 2016 in Events, Graduate Students, Resources | 0 comments

image006Grad students: Mark your calendar for an opportunity to explore resources to help you succeed and thrive at ASU!

Fall Graduate Student Resources and Information Fair
Thursday, August 25, 2016
Noon–2 p.m.
Memorial Union (MU) 220 (Turquoise Ballroom), Tempe campus [map]

Check out academic resources, career resources, community partnerships and programs. With 30 non-academic campus resources present, including ASU Graduate Education’s Community of Scholars partners, this resource fair will provide you valuable information.

ASU Graduate Education provides unique programming around a variety of professional development opportunities through its community of scholars.

Questions? Contact Zachary Blurton at zachary.blurton@asu.edu.

 

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Take care of yourself with ASU Counseling Services

Posted by on Aug 22, 2016 in Resources | 0 comments

ASU cares about you and your well-being. ASU Counseling continually seeks new ways to service ASU students. New services and support are always being added and existing services improved.  They offer confidential, personal counseling and crisis services for students experiencing emotional concerns, problems in adjusting, and other factors that affect their ability to achieve their academic and personal goals. They are here to help you achieve your personal and academic goals.

  • First appointments are free of charge.
  • Appointments after the first session to discuss service options or gather more information will be free.
  • All ongoing services cost a flat $15 per session.
  • Any student with financial need can receive a fee-waiver

ASU Counseling is accessible to any student regardless of ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age, country of origin, religion, ability, or financial situation, personal concern or whether they have had counseling before. Counseling is effective for many different personal concerns. If you know of a student who would benefit from counseling, please refer them. They can call or just stop in and speak to a counselor right away.

If you would like to speak to a counselor about student of concern, please call 480-965-6146 or just stop in to any campus counseling center.

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Attend Fulton Student Organization President-Treasurer Training

Posted by on Aug 22, 2016 in Organizations and Teams, Students | 0 comments

Come learn how to be a great financial manager for your Fulton Student Organization at the President-Treasurer Training. New FSO presidents and treasurers are required to attend this training in order to access funds in their Fulton Schools accounts. This helps YOU know how to use Fulton Schools funds appropriately and eliminate big blunders.

Monday, September 12, 2016
10–11 a.m. 
Engineering Center F-Wing (ECF) 130, Tempe campus [map] or Online

Sign up to attend!

Questions? Contact Cortney Loui at fso@asu.edu.

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