Looking for a book to read this summer? Check out our Essential Reading list!

Posted by on May 10, 2018 in Features, Resources |

We say we can lose ourselves in a good book. But more often, a good book may actually be where we can find ourselves.

The most valuable books open paths to self-discovery where we can find what inspires and motivates us, or what ignites our imagination and creativity.

All good books need not trigger such grand revelations. Sometimes their value is simply in providing sage advice or an interesting diversion from our daily routines.

Each of those kinds of good books can be found here in our seventh annual Essential Reading feature, where Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering faculty and staff members recommend books they believe teach many of the lessons engineering students should learn — lessons that can help guide you during your time in college and throughout your career and life afterward.

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Learn about the ASU Flow Cytometry Core, May 9

Posted by on May 1, 2018 in Events, Resources |

ASU Flow Cytometry Core flier

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Watch a presentation on core operations and sample preparation at the ASU Flow Cytometry Core Facility grand opening!

The Flow Cytometry Core Facility is located within the Biodesign Institute offers cell sorting and flow-cytometry services and applications to support research activities of students, faculty members and research scientists at ASU, as well as the scientific community in the Phoenix metropolitan area.

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Excellent EE grads share their thoughts

Posted by on May 1, 2018 in Students |

Electrical engineering graduates Alisha Menon, Annabel White and Vaishnavi Koka.

Electrical engineering graduates Alisha Menon, Annabel White and Vaishnavi Koka.

Three new graduates share how their connections with the faculty and programs in the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering have shaped their futures.

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