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!
SEE@ASU is a week-long engineering summer camp for rising juniors and seniors in high school. Camp counselors play a key role in its success and we are looking for outstanding Fulton Schools students to join the team!
The Fulton Schools Career Center is seeking to hire students to be Engineering Futures Mentors who will work with freshmen and sophomores to offer academic support, information, skill development, and advocacy.
Find more information and apply! Use REQ number 57280BR to find the position.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
Become an Undergraduate Teaching Assistant or ASU 101 Section Leader!
Unlock up to $25,000 in grant funding and take part in VentureWell’s Early-Stage Innovator Training Program
Attention upper-division undergrads and first-year graduate students: apply for the Los Alamos National Laboratory Summer Research program!
The Los Alamos National Laboratory will be hosting its 21st edition of the Los Alamos Dynamics Summer School. The LADSS focuses students on the multi-disciplinary field of dynamics, spanning electrical, mechanical, structural and cyber-physical systems from Monday, June 8 to Friday, August 14, 2020.
The students apply their research to creating solutions to LADSS mission-relevant problems defined by LANL R&D engineers and scientists. The program also offers formal technical and career-development tutorials; it is designed for upper-division