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Check out what your peers are researching at the Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative (FURI) Symposium!
Friday, November 16, 2018
1–3 p.m. Drop-ins welcome!
Student Pavilion (STPV) Senita Ballroom, Tempe campus [map]
At this semi-annual poster presentation, students in FURI, the Grand Challenge Scholars Program and the Master’s Opportunity for Research in Engineering program as well as students funded by the ASU Kern Project and travel grants present their research and share their findings with peers, the ASU community and the community at large.
Attendees can also enter a raffle for FURI swag by talking with students!
At the Fulton Schools, you have many opportunities to get involved outside of the classroom. Meet new friends, conduct research, find your inner entrepreneur, help your peers, introduce new generations to the joys of engineering and, above all, have fun! Here are six of ways to customize your experience.
Attention freshmen engineering students! Are you interested in developing leadership skills and boosting your resume? Consider enrolling this semester in a four-week leadership program designed to cultivate skillful thinking so that you can maximize the impact of your engineering education.
Being a Fulton Schools student doesn’t mean “all work and no play.” Our traditional ceremonial symbol is the lightsaber, so you know we try not to take things too seriously! We hope that in addition to all of your studying, you will take some time to have fun. First-year students already experienced E2, our traditional welcome weekend extravaganza. And hopefully, you know that we wear gold on Fridays. Here are a few of our other traditions you shouldn’t miss out on.
One of the best ways you can enhance your engineering education is through hands-on research projects. Research and lab experience help you develop your interests and make a great impression to future employers and graduate programs.
You’re a Fulton Schools student because you’re a builder and innovator. You have great ideas and even greater potential to become a game-changing entrepreneur. What better place to get innovating than the #1 most innovative university? We have the opportunities to get you started.
Think about your career from day one! Whether you’re just beginning to explore career paths or you’re looking for an internship or job, look no further than the Fulton Schools Career Center. From determining the right major for your career goals to résumé and interviewing help to networking and meeting with potential employers, they have it all.Explore the Fulton Schools Career Center Website.
Get personalized career help now to be ready for the next recruiting season which starts in September.
Welcome to the fall 2018 semester, and welcome class of 2022! No matter where you are in your Fulton Schools journey, there are so many opportunities, clubs and organizations to navigate. But right here, we have a few easy ways you can get involved.
With more than 60 student organizations and teams on campus, you have more than 60 ways connect with your peers! There’s something out there for you, whether it’s an honor or professional society, diversity organization, service or major-specific group or a competitive team. Discover a group that suits your interest through a hands-on experience in a team or socializing with peers who share your passion.
For engineering students, getting involved in student organizations is a must. William Craig agrees as a member of Society of Automotive Engineers.
“I believe that involvement in a student org is almost a requirement for engineering students,” Craig said. “You’re surrounded by intelligent, motivated people who are driven to do more. You get help preparing for career fairs, special access to companies and make professional connections that will stay with you for life.”
Not sure where to start? The Student Organization and Resource Fair is the largest concentration of Fulton Schools student groups at the same place, at the same time. You can also meet with academic and other campus resource representatives who will answer your questions about their services.
Student Organization and Resource Fair
Tuesday, August 14, 2018
Palo Verde Beach, Tempe campus [map]
In addition to Fulton Schools Student Organizations such as the Formula 1 SAE team or AZLoop, honors students in Barrett, The Honors College have additional organizations and graduate students can get involved in the Graduate and Professional Student Organization.
You can find even more students organizations during Passport to ASU on the Tempe campus. There will be representatives from almost every kind of Tempe club, giveaways and, did we mention, free food?
If you’re on the Polytechnic campus, no need to fear! Club Hub will be there for all your club needs too.
Thursday, August 16, 2018
Sun Devil Fitness Complex, Polytechnic campus [map]
Do you have what it takes to represent the Fulton Schools in the Academic Bowl? Held each fall, the university-wide competition pits teams from ASU’s colleges and schools against each other in lightning-fast question-and-answer rounds. Questions can cover any topic — from world politics and pop culture, to history and geography, to world literature. Not only will you have a blast firing off answers in a fast-paced event, but you also have a chance to win scholarship money and the coveted championship title.
Last time, Fulton Schools took home first and second place. Try out for the Academic Bowl to keep the winning streak this year!
Academic Bowl Tryouts
Monday, September 17–Thursday, September 20, 2018
Engineering Center C (ECF) 130, Tempe campus [map]
And if you are a student interested in trying out at the Poly campus, contact Cortney.email@example.com to arrange a time!Learn more about the Academic Bowl.
Devils Invent is a series of weekend-long engineering challenges where you can design, build and implement innovative solutions to thematic problem statements submitted by community and industry partners.
Devils Invent events are targeted at students who are committed to making a difference and developing their entrepreneurial mindset. The challenges are open to freshmen through doctoral students.Find more information about Devils Invent.