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In April 2018, Fulton Student Organizations hosted the annual Student Organization Awards and Recognition (SOAR) Ceremony to recognize the accomplishments of outstanding Fulton Student Organizations.
Kristina Halona, Antares Systems Engineering Lead at Orbital and former American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) Phoenix board member, served as the keynote speaker. Approximately 100 student organization leaders and supporters attended the event.
See who our 2017–2018 winners are and read about their accomplishments.
The National Science Foundation funds a large number of research opportunities for undergraduate students like you through its REU Sites program.
An REU Site consists of a group of 10 or so undergraduates who work in the research programs of the host institution. You are associated with a specific research project where you work closely with the faculty and other researchers.
The NeuroLex Innovation Fellows (NIF) was formed as a way to effectively engage outstanding individuals who want to be a part of NeuroLex speech analysis for health in some way. Their Innovation Fellows program gives you hands-on experience across all areas in a seed-stage software diagnostics company. The goal is to give you the networks and resources of the company to reach your career goals faster while helping grow their company.
If you’re involved in FURI, EPICS, GCSP, study abroad, Academic Bowl, Venture Devils or a Fulton Student Organization, this event is for you!
We’re partnering with the Engineering Career Center to help students like you involved in Fulton Schools Student Engagement programs strengthen your résumés with the experiences you’ve had in the past academic year.