Graduate students: Apply for the Pandemic Impact Award for funding by June 14

Posted by on Jun 9, 2020 in Graduate Students, Resources |

The Graduate College has established a limited number of grants to assist graduate students with unanticipated research and academic costs associated with COVID-19 and pandemic response.ASU Graduate College logo.

The new Pandemic Impact Award is intended to assist students whose research or culminating projects have experienced unexpected financial impact due to COVID-19 closures. Graduate students can apply through Tuesday, June 14, 2020, at 11:59 p.m. for awards up to $750.

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ASU for You: Resources for every learner, at any age

Posted by on Apr 7, 2020 in Announcements, Resources |

Student studyingASU for You is an approach to education that supports Universal Learners® with resources from a national research university recognizing that to meet the needs of a rapidly changing, technology-driven world, people will need to access education and learning platforms throughout their lives.

This new offering — launched now at a time when the world faces unique challenges that demand innovation and adaptation — provides a flexible and growing set of digital educational assets. The program is designed for people of all ages and at all stages of their educational, career or lifelong learning journey — wherever in the world they may be.

Find more at ASU for You.

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Join the Devils 4 Devils Support Circles on Zoom

Posted by on Mar 31, 2020 in Resources |

Devils 4 Devils Support Circles

The Devils 4 Devils Support Circle is a peer-led, peer-based, online platform for students to support and connect with each other while taking online classes and practicing social distancing. Through Zoom, students will meet to describe their experiences with digital learning and remote relationships, learn how other students are responding to these changes and receive understanding, helpful information and suggestions.

Learn more and get started!

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Live Well @ ASU: Virtual wellness resources

Posted by on Mar 23, 2020 in Resources |

Live Well @ ASU

ASU Wellness and the Sun Devil Fitness Center are now offering resources virtually. Now available on the @livewell_asu Instagram are at-home workouts (in the highlights section) and online group wellness classes via YouTube.

Additionally, TAO Connect is an online mental health support resource. There are different mindfulness activities and guided meditations that can be helpful if you are feeling a little overwhelmed at this time. This site can be accessed via smartphone device or computer. Visit TAO Connect to get started. Click on the “sign me up” button and use your email address to register.

Download some resources to help you live well:

A daily schedule to help you stay on track this semester

Tips for social distancing

Things you can do while practicing social distancing

Establishing new habits and routines

How to stay healthy


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ASU Library offers online research assistance to engineering students

Posted by on Mar 19, 2020 in Graduate Students, Research, Resources, Students |

To support the Fulton Schools during the coronavirus situation, the ASU Library is now offering drop-in, online reference consultations via Zoom. Undergraduate and graduate students in the Fulton Schools can leverage librarians’ expertise about literature reviews, citation styles and engineering resources including journal articles, standards, technical reports, patents and more.

Eric Prosser, ASU’s Engineering & Entrepreneurship Librarian, will be available by Zoom for two hours every weekday (see schedule below) for research questions through this meeting link.

Day Hours
Monday 1–3 p.m.
Tuesday 10 a.m.–noon
Wednesday 3–5 p.m.
Thursday 10 a.m.–noon
Friday 1–3 p.m.

Eric is also available for consultations outside of these hours by appointment (, and students can always connect with the ASU Library through its Ask-a-Librarian service.

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Fulton Schools Virtual Tutoring options — Tutoring Centers have moved completely online

Posted by on Mar 16, 2020 in Resources |

In light of recent ASU policy changes regarding COVID-19, the Fulton Schools Tutoring Centers have moved completely online.

Here’s how to use Virtual Tutoring:

  1. Go to
  2. Click ‘I want help from an online tutor’ and you will be redirected to our virtual tutoring platform.

Make sure you install the Adobe Connect client. If it is your first time using the platform, you may have to click ‘I want help from an online tutor’ again to enter the virtual room.

Learn more about Virtual Tutoring.

For the most up to date information follow us on Instagram and Facebook.

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The essential components of interviewing — Jessica’s Career Tip of the Week

Posted by on Feb 24, 2020 in Career, Fulton Schools, Opportunities, Resources, Students |

Now thA recruiter and student shake hands at Career Fulton Schools Spring Career Fair days are over, it is time to conduct your interviews with potential employers. At the present time, you may be interviewing with a campus recruiter or you may be conducting your interviews with companies that you found via networking or job search websites. If you have landed an interview…CONGRATS! At this stage, you have already completed all the preliminary work (i.e., applied to the company with your well-written résumé, conducted research on the company and have also established your familiarity with the industry). The question you may be asking yourself is “What are my next steps?”


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Take time for yourself: A study tip from the Fulton Schools tutors

Posted by on Feb 11, 2020 in Resources, Students |

If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the tasks you have to complete you should try out the Pomodoro Technique. The Pomodoro Technique is a method of breaking tasks down into more manageable chunks and allowing your brain to rest in between.

Start by listing all the tasks that need completion and set a timer for 25 minutes to focus completely on the first task. Once the 25 minutes are up, set a 5-minute timer and take a break! You can do whatever you want during this time.

When your break is up, move on to another 25 minutes of the next task followed by another 5-minute break. Repeat this cycle four times, and take a 30 minute break at the end.

Scheduling in time to be distracted is actually a great way to keep yourself focused when you actually need to work. When you’re working you know that you have a definite break for relief.

We hope this study technique helps you stay focused and also take some time take care of yourself. Stop by your Fulton Schools Tutoring Centers and ask us for some more study tips!

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