The Innovative Vector Solutions Lab develops novel arthropod vector trapping and control devices to collect and repel mosquitoes of medical importance (vectors of diseases such as Dengue, Chikungunya, Zika and Malaria).
The lab is currently recruiting undergraduate students to join our engineering lab to develop novel technologies to reduce the worldwide mosquito-borne disease burden. There is the option to do a Barrett honors thesis.
Motivated students with a background in mechanical engineering and/or with expertise or experience or knowledge in one of the following are welcome to apply:
Join the next Devils Invent event, a weekend long design-challenge! Work in teams with other students to solve a problem statement and build a prototype.
In the second Devils Invent for the year, work with mentors from local Arizona school districts to solve a problem affecting grades 9–12. We’ll have all the tools you need to build!
Still confused about which courses to take this spring?
All ASU undergrads are invited to attend and meet with alumni and teaching assistants to learn about the best courses available this spring and clear your doubts.
You’ll also get a chance to become an IEEE member at a discounted price!
Do you want an edge in your future career? Do you want to make an impact? Come learn tips and tricks from the pros to advance your career, life and ideas – and make it happen.
Featuring a short talk about the “Future Value of Your Database” by Nick Petra, and a pitch from the student founder of EqualComm, Dylan Lang.
Graduate students: Apply for the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute boot camp or study abroad by October 30!
The STRI-ASU collaborative research initiative invites applications for graduate students interested in being trained in tropical science in Panama. You may apply either to attend the Tropical Ecology and Conservation Boot Camp, which runs January 13-31, 2020, or the ASU Tropical Biology Study Abroad Course, which runs June 2-19, 2020. The two courses are described in more detail below. Accepted students will have their full costs of course attendance covered (tuition, airfare, room and board), with an option to apply for support to remain in Panama for up to three additional months to collect data for seed projects. Note that salary and health insurance are not included, so you should work with your advisor and graduate program director to ensure adequate coverage.
The Distinguished Graduate Fellowships Office is announcing a new GRFP (Graduate Research Fellowship Program) advising system at ASU.
The Distinguished Graduate Fellowships office has 20 NSF Graduate Research Fellows on campus who are volunteer advisors for the NSF-GRFP. Each fellow will advise between one and three applicants. Spots are limited and will up quickly.