Learn about how functional magnetic resonance imaging can help determine biomarkers for autism spectrum disorders in this Distinguished Lecturer Series talk hosted by School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering faculty members Teresa Wu, Yalin Wang and Jing Li.
Grad Fair is the only time that graduation attire will be available at a discounted price, so make sure you attend one of the following sessions!
Also, don’t forget to apply for graduation by Monday, February 17, 2020!
CIDSE Invited Talk with Aaron Clauset: Gender, productivity and prestige in faculty hiring networks, January 29
In this CIDSE Invited Talk hosted by Stephanie Forrest, Aaron Clauset from the University of Colorado Boulder will talk about the data-driven techniques to understanding university faculty hiring and the implications of who is hired.
In this CIDSE Invited Talk hosted by Yezhou Yang, Jonathan May talks about the shortcomings of automated translation between languages due to low resources and how his research team is trying to fix the issue.
Dean’s Distinguished Lecture: The Edison of medicine Robert Langer’s quest to solve global health challenges using biotechnology, February 7
Learn about advanced drug delivery systems, biomaterials and tissue engineering from “the Edison of medicine,” Robert Langer, at the Dean’s Distinguished Lecture.
Welcome to the spring 2020 semester! As you settle into your classes, don’t forget about all the exciting things the Fulton Schools have to offer outside the classroom. See how you can customize your experience this semester whether you’re a new student, in your second semester or year, an upperclassman or a graduate student!
Watch the best collegiate student changemakers compete at ASU Innovation Open! This epic annual event will feature the best startups from around the world vying for $300,000 in prizes, including two $100,000 cash prizes!
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Do you want an edge in your future career? Do you want to make an impact? Come learn tips and tricks from the pros to advance your career, life and ideas – and make it happen.
The BridgetUP: Stem program at the American Museum of Natural History is now accepting applications for the Helen Fellowship. Women who are recent college graduates with a conferred bachelor’s or master’s degree in computer science, natural sciences, applied mathematics, computational science or other relevant majors are highly encouraged to apply.
Apply for two PhD positions open in additive manufacturing, cellular materials and bio-inspired design
The 3DX Research group in the Polytechnic School has two PhD positions open, starting spring or fall 2020. Please review the details of each position below, and send an email with your CV (and research/design portfolio, if available) to email@example.com with the Subject “PhD Position: Bio-Inspired Design” or “PhD Position: Metallic Cellular Materials,” as appropriate. Both positions are only open to students with a master’s degree in a relevant field, and are subject to receiving admission into a PhD program at ASU.