ASU Venture Devils aims to catalyze the entrepreneurial success of founders by connecting them with Venture Mentors who provide dedicated startup support. Accepted founders also receive direct access to ASU seed funding opportunities, training and development offerings and venture development spaces.
Win your share of $50K via ASU’s Amazon Alexa Venture Challenge — apply for Venture Devils by February 28
Are you ready to integrate voice or ambient computing technologies into your current products, services, research or operations? If so, we challenge you to apply and compete for $50K in available seed grant funding via ASU’s Amazon Alexa Venture Challenge.
All ASU students, faculty, staff, alumni and community innovators are encouraged to apply.
Apply to ASU Venture Devils to be pre-qualified for the Amazon Alexa funding track by Friday, February 28, 2020, at 11:59 p.m.!
Need help on your application or have other questions? Please email Brent.Sebold@asu.edu
Get the keys to success at ASU and listen to keynote speaker Ambassador Maen Rashid Areikat, advisor to the president on global engagement for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA)!
The Fulton Schools are offering a special information session on FURI for international students. Join and learn how to get started, find research opportunities and more at furi.engineering.asu.edu.
Learn résumé basics, career fair tips and more, so that you are ready to obtain the internship or job you want through the career events.
Spring Berman, associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, will talk about robotic swarms at this Digital Culture Speaker Series event.
Distinguished Lecturer Series: Biomarker detection, brain response characterization and outcome prediction for ASD, February 7
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.
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.