Nominate Fulton Schools individuals and groups for CCI Catalyst Awards 2020 by October 7

Posted by on Sep 18, 2020 in Faculty, Graduate Students, Nominations, Staff, Students |

ASU Committee for Campus Inclusion Catalyst Awards 2020

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Recognize the fantastic work being done at the Fulton Schools and ASU! The ASU Committee for Campus Inclusion is accepting nominations for the 2020 CCI Catalyst Awards honoring individuals, groups, teams organizations/units and programs that have catalyzed change by fostering and promoting diversity and inclusion at ASU and beyond.

Submit a nomination by Wednesday, October 7, 2020!

Nominations may be submitted by any member of the ASU community. Award decisions are made by the Committee for Campus Inclusion Executive Board.

Nominations are evaluated for contributions by faculty, staff, student (undergraduate/graduate) student organization or team, employee organization or team, and university programs.

All nominees will be recognized and recipients will be announced via Zoom at the CCI Awards Ceremony in October 2020.

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Nature@Noon Lecture: From understanding ants to building better robots, September 30

Posted by on Sep 17, 2020 in Events, Graduate Students, Students |

Nature@Noon: From Understanding Ants to Building Better Robots, September 30, 2020

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Each day, ants accomplish seemingly impossible feats. They cooperate to carry large objects, make decisions about where to live or collectively defend their nests without any kind of leadership or central control. How do they do it?

Join ASU biology Professor Stephen Pratt on an exploration of how ants use decentralized design to successfully carry out the tasks of daily survival. Learn how engineers are mimicking these strategies in human applications, including the design of robot swarms in the field.

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Attend a Convergence Lab discussion on urban mobility of the future, September 22

Posted by on Sep 11, 2020 in Events, Graduate Students, Students |

Urban mobility of the future

This year has changed the way we move about our cities and communities, and what that movement means. While the shift to remote working has emptied metro cars, buses and highways of many daily commuters, people without the privilege to stay home face increased risks through their continued use of public transportation, thus illuminating the divide between those who can better protect their health and that of their families and those who cannot.

As cities roll out and begin to implement their reopening plans, we find ourselves at a crucial moment to examine and rethink the inequality blueprinted into the roads, tunnels, sidewalks and bus stops of urban areas like Mexico City and Phoenix.

Join a binational discussion to consider the future of mobility in a pandemic and climate change-battered world. The event, a collaboration with the Instituto Mexicano para la Competitividad, will be held in English.

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Are you an ASU Innovator? Submit an Innovation Week proposal by October 1!

Posted by on Sep 11, 2020 in Events, Graduate Students, Opportunities, Students |

Innovation Week 2020: Voyage

Calling all ASU innovators, creatives, changemakers and storytellers: Would you like to share your innovation lessons learned with others? Or teach an ASU colleague, student or member of the community how to use your favorite innovation tool? However you innovate, we would love to learn from you at Innovation Week 2020!

Innovation Week is accepting the following submissions:

  • Seminar and workshop leaders
  • Facilitators
  • Performers
  • Volunteers

Submit a proposal now through Thursday, October 1, 2020!

Save the date for Innovation Week!

Innovation Week 2020 is a fully immersive, universal learning event for all members of the ASU community.

Voyage deep into the heart of innovation and discover answers to questions like why failure is an inherent part of the innovation process and why humanistic principles like empathy, courage, resilience and grit are at the core of the innovator’s mindset. Together, the ASU community will engage in action-oriented research to uncover how culture and innovation collide and what the implications are for justice, equity, diversity and inclusion.

Innovation Week: Voyage
Monday, October 26, 2020–Friday, October 30, 2020
Registration will open Thursday, October 1, 2020.

Learn more about Innovation Week 2020

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Get involved in undergraduate and graduate research — apply for FURI and MORE by October 21!

Posted by on Sep 9, 2020 in Customize your experience, Features, Graduate Students, Research, Students |

The Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative (FURI) and Master’s Opportunity for Research in Engineering (MORE) programs can enhance your engineering and technical curriculum by gaining hands-on lab experience, independent and thesis-based research, under the direction of a Fulton Schools faculty member!

Undergraduate students: Apply for FURI by noon on Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Graduate students: Apply for MORE by noon on Wednesday, October 21, 2020

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Attend the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers first Fall 2020 meeting, August 27

Posted by on Aug 27, 2020 in Events, Graduate Students, Organizations and Teams, Students |

SHPE de ASU meeting with Honeywell alumniJoin the ASU Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, or SHPE de ASU, for their first general body meeting of Fall 2020! ASU alumni from Honeywell will give advice for college students.

SHPE de ASU meeting with Honeywell
Thursday, August 27, 2020
6:30 p.m.
Attend on Zoom

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Got a new venture? Apply for ASU Innovation Open to earn up to $100k in funding by October 31

Posted by on Aug 25, 2020 in Competitions, Events, Graduate Students, International Students, Opportunities, Students, Transfer Students |

Innovation Open 2020

Calling all student entrepreneurs! ASU Innovation Open is awarding more than $300,000 to the top student ventures offering cutting-edge hardware solutions, IoT innovations and social equity enterprises. On Friday, February 5, 2021, the world’s top student ventures can compete to win grand prizes up to $100k.

ASU Innovation Open, or ASUio, was designed to fuel multidisciplinary teams of collegiate founders to harness the power of entrepreneurship to tackle the world’s most challenging problems. Our competition values university-supported technologies and the scientists, artists, engineers, enterprisers and designers who develop them. We view collegiate entrepreneurs as elite athletes who must demonstrate perseverance, hustle and teamwork to change the world. And that’s exactly what they’re doing. 

 Past ASUio competitors have gone on to secure hundreds of thousands of dollars in additional funding. Many have established lasting relationships with ASUio judges, industry leaders and competition sponsors who have helped them develop new ideas and channel resources to support their ventures.  

But to win, you have to apply! This is your opportunity to be mentored by industry leaders, network with entrepreneurially-minded peers from around the world and be part of a community of innovative thinkers making their mark in tech.

Apply by Saturday, October 31, 2020!

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RISE Up with these Fall 2020 events for racial justice in STEM education

Posted by on Aug 25, 2020 in Events, Graduate Students, Students |

RISE logoASU’s Research for Inclusive STEM Education, or RISE, Center is hosting a series of events focused on enhancing awareness, understanding and commitment to change higher education to be more inclusive and strive for racial justice in STEM Education.

These events are geared toward instructors and students. Please share the student-focused events with your students. Download a flyer to see all the RISE events.

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