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!
Find student orgs and teams to join this semester at the Fulton Difference Spring Summit, January 22
October is National Cybersecurity Month, and ASU wants to celebrate with a student video contest! ASU’s University Technology Office is sponsoring a video contest. Join for some great prizes.
Students with the best videos can win up to $250 in gift cards!Submit your video today to firstname.lastname@example.org!
In the era of “fake news” it’s important to develop effective news-reading habits. The ASU Library now makes available free digital access to both the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times for all faculty, staff and students.
When browsing from the “ASU” Wi-Fi network, access to the New York Times is free. Off-campus, you’ll need to register. All access to the Wall Street Journal requires registration.
You can register for free access to the New York Times and Wall Street Journal from anywhere through the ASU Library.
Trying to pin down your major? You’re invited to the Chemical Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering Open House to check out these undergraduate programs!
Welcome to the Fulton Schools! We have a host of events lined up to help orient you to your major, help you get involved in student orgs and find resources to help you be successful at ASU.
Check out the schedule of events below, or find more information about the Fulton Schools Fall Welcome events and ASU Welcome Week events.
Please join us at the ASU Transportation Webinar on Friday, February 1, 2019, where Xuesong Zhou, associate professor at ASU will present a webinar titled, “How to integrate deep learning methods with transportation model calibration: a computational graph-based approach with multiple data sources.”
Please join us at the ASU Transportation Seminar on Thursday, January 31, 2019, where Aviral Shrivastava, associate professor at ASU and head of the Compiler and Microarchitecture Labs (CML), will present a seminar titled, “Time in cyber-physical systems.”