Scientific computing has become more prevalent in research over the past decade. This workshop, hosted by ASU Research Computing, aims to help students, staff and faculty members learn the basics of programming in Python.
Interested in learning about researching as an undergraduate? Take FSE 294: Fulton Undergraduate Research Experience, this fall!
FSE 294 will introduce you to engineering research and the basics of undergraduate research projects through identifying research topics, proposal writing practice, listening to guest lectures and more.
This 15-week, one-credit course taught by Ross Maciejewski is specifically tailored to the School of Computing, Informatics and Decision Systems Engineering and students with no research experience.
By the end of the semester, you will have a two-page research proposal that can be used to actually propose your research!
Additionally, you will learn about FURI, its review criteria and application process, as well as how to fund your research, network with faculty and CIDSE-specific research methods.
FSE 294: Fulton Undergraduate Research Experience
Mondays, August 22, 2019–December 6, 2019
Location TBA, Tempe campus
Find more information in the course catalog
The deadline to add a class without college approval is Wednesday, August 28, 2019.
The University of Michigan College of Engineering is hosting the NextProf Pathfinder Workshop. This workshop is intended for first and second year doctoral students or students in a master’s program intending to apply for a doctoral program in engineering.
The workshop prepares the participants early for a successful doctoral graduate school experience. Participants will also receive information on what it takes to build a competitive graduate school record to obtain a faculty position in academia/the professoriate.
Apply for the Rising Dissertation Institute for underrepresented doctoral students, Deadline is May 1
A new pilot program, the Rising Dissertation Institute (RDI), is available for underrepresented (African American, Native American, Pacific Island and Hispanic) students who will begin a doctoral program in Fall 2019. This four day interactive workshop grew out of the successful Dissertation Institute (DI) that has been running for the past two years. The 2019 RDI will take place on Sunday, June 23 through Wednesday, June 26, 2019 on the University of California, San Diego campus. The Institute is funded by the National Science Foundation and hosted by Old Dominion University and Virginia Tech.
Check out what your peers are researching at the Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative (FURI) Symposium!
Friday, April 19, 2019
1–3 p.m. Drop-ins welcome!
Sun Devil Fitness Complex (SDFCT), 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!
Volunteer to help make the event a success!
Help the FURI team gear up for the FURI Symposium! A lot of work needs to be done before and after, including creating student materials, poster work, assembling easels, delivering supplies, managing the event flow and tearing down afterward. Student organizations are eligible for Dean’s Funding points!
Attend the guest lecture on modular robots by University of Bourgogne Franche-Comté professor, Julien Bourgeois — March 28
Please join Julien Bourgeois, University of Bourgogne Franche-Comté (UBFC), France, for the seminar, “Programming and forming objects with modular robots to enable a programmable matter,” on Thursday, March 28, 2019!
Attend the 2019 Molecular, Cellular and Tissue Bioengineering Symposium to network with students and faculty about your research area!
Single cell analysis is a vital part of understanding the variability in normal and diseased biological systems. The Molecular, Cellular, and Tissue Bioengineering (MCTB) faculty cluster at Arizona State University is excited to announce a symposium from experts in the single cell field and hands-on single-cell RNA-seq analysis training session on Friday, April 5, 2019.
Got #FURIous questions? We’ve got answers. Stop by the Fulton Student Engagement office (ECF 130) for a FURI info session before the application deadline.