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Congratulations, Class of 2024!

Thank you for joining us to recognize the 4,589 Class of 2024 graduates of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering! The force was with all of the graduates who celebrated on May the 4th, Star Wars Day. We are proud of all your achievements and can’t wait to see the difference you make in…

DEWSC students are gaining real-world experience with digital construction

For the first time, a team of students from the Del E. Webb School of Construction within the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment at Arizona State University is competing in the annual ELECTRI/NECA Student Chapter Competition. The National Electrical Contractors Association, or NECA, student chapter at ASU was established in the fall…

Congratulations to the Class of 2023!

Thank you for joining us to recognize the 2,259 Fall 2023 graduates of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering! We are proud of all your achievements and can’t wait to see the difference you make in the world as engineers and technologists!

Q and A: Obtaining a tenure-track engineering faculty position

While pursuing a doctoral degree in engineering takes years of discipline, research and learning, those who remain dedicated and graduate gain a variety of opportunities. After making new discoveries through research and learning under a doctoral degree mentor, new graduates then need to decide what direction to take their career.

One such option for those interested in a career in academia is conducting research and working at a university through a tenure-track position. Teaching the next generation of engineers while making new discoveries through one of these jobs is exactly what Anwarul Sifat did.

The FURI Symposium is now the Fulton Forge Student Research Expo

The students you meet at the Fulton Forge Student Research Expo are the same as those who participated in the FURI Symposium in past semesters. They have conducted independent research under the guidance of a faculty mentor and present the findings of their work with the community at a semiannual poster session open to the public. These projects are inspired by real-world problems in need of innovative solutions.

ASU, Applied Materials to create Materials-to-Fab Center at ASU Research Park

Arizona State University and Applied Materials Inc. today announced an alliance, aided by the Arizona Commerce Authority, that brings more than $270 million to create a world-class shared research, development and prototyping facility — the Materials-to-Fab (MTF) Center — in the university’s MacroTechnology Works building at ASU Research Park.