NAE Grand Challenges for Engineering Speaker Series: Restore and Improve Urban Infrastructure, November 20

Posted by on Nov 13, 2018 in Customize your experience, Events, Fulton Schools, Graduate Students, International Students, Students, Transfer Students | 0 comments

In partnership with the National Academy of Engineering and Kern Entrepreneurial Engineering Network, the Grand Challenge Scholars Program at ASU invites you to an engaging speaker series, focusing on the 14 Grand Challenges for Engineering in the 21st Century. Esteemed speakers from across the nation will come to ASU to share their expertise in their field, discuss the grand challenges our world faces, and answer probing questions on what can be done.

In this kick-off event of the series, Edward Kavazanjian will focus on the Grand Challenge of Restoring and Improving Urban Infrastructure within the theme of sustainability.

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Get your questions answered at the SWE Graduate Panel, November 19

Posted by on Nov 8, 2018 in Customize your experience, Degree Programs, Events | 0 comments

Are you thinking about graduate school?

Hear from student panelists about their experiences in grad school at ASU. They will discuss the opportunities at ASU and elsewhere, the 4+1 Accelerated Master’s program and all the deadlines you need to know.

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Graduate Degree Panel
Monday, November 19, 2018
6 p.m.
Engineering Center G (ECG) 104, Tempe campus [map]

This panel is hosted by ASU’s SWE. Refreshments will be provided.

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Understand the science behind disinformation social media campaigns, November 14

Posted by on Nov 6, 2018 in Events, Research | 0 comments

Invited Talk Flier

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How do disinformation campaigns use social media to spread their messages? Nitin Agarwal, Distinguished Professor of Information Science at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and Fulton Schools’ Professor Huan Liu will discuss the science behind sharing information over social media.

Deviant Mobs of the Internet:  Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
9 a.m.
Brickyard Artisan Court (BYAC) 110, Tempe campus [map]

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Advice from professionals — Joyce’s Career Tip of the Week

Posted by on Nov 5, 2018 in Opportunities | 0 comments

Last Tuesday, Polytechnic Students had the opportunity to meet and learn from industry professionals representing local award winning companies, nominated by their employees, for being best places to work. These organizations have been recognized as’s Top Companies to Work for in Arizona, and have appeared on national lists as well.

The panel was assembled and facilitated by Denise Gredler,

Representatives from Freedom Financial, Dignity Health, Charles Schwab, USAA and American Express shared stories about their career paths and current positions, answered questions and gave advice to students seeking internships and jobs, focusing on technology and entreprenership.

What are they looking for when hiring?

Passion – what are your hobbies? What kind of technology are using in your home? Show evidence of what you choose to do – related to your major and career interests — outside of the classroom.

An agile mindset – be open to change. Communication and collaboration are essential. How students talk about their class projects is important. What was the objective? What were your trying to accomplish? Did you? What did you like? How did you work with others?

How should students convey an entrepreneurial interest when job seeking?

All of the panelists work at companies that value innovation. Even in a very large company, employees can be on small teams where they are contributing ideas. Describe your class and personal projects on your resume so that you demonstrate initiative and tenacity.

How can students get entrepreneurial experience while in college?

Start small, get experience – no matter what kind. Network, go to lots of events, dress appropriately and make a positive impressions. Be resourceful, use the web for finding solutions and networking. #yesphx was recommended.
Also, remember that there are resources available at ASU.

One theme that was mentioned by all the panelists was corporate culture. Employers want to hire people whose values match those of the organization. Recruiters and hiring managers strive to get to know applicants through the hiring process and look for that cultural fit. All of the panelists talked about enjoying the culture of their companies and appreciating their colleagues.

Following the panel, students had the opportunity to meet and mingle with professionals, including executives, and recruiters. TEKSystems and WozU participated in the networking.

The Fulton Schools Career Center wants to express our gratitude to Denise Gredler for bringing talented professionals to campus to share their experiences and give advice to our students. We also want to thank all of our professional guests for giving their time and supporting our students. For more information on these Arizona award winning companies, check out their company profile and career opportunities at

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Apply for this information systems internship opportunity

Posted by on Nov 1, 2018 in Internships, Opportunities |

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Organization  Fennemore Craig
Position Title  IS (Information Security) Internship
Position Type  Seasonal Full-Time Internship (10/17/18-5/1/19)
City, State  Phoenix, AZ
Application Details  Job details listed on Handshake ID#2087524


Fennemore Craig is looking for a college student who is working on an Information Systems programming or development related degree.  The development intern position will be focused primarily on document and process automation work.  This is a paid, part-time position that will last at least six months.

They are seeking a student to work part-time, 20-25 hours per week with a flexible schedule, though they must commit for at least six months. This position is paid $13 per hour.

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Apply for these scholarships for women studying transportation or aviation by November 27

Posted by on Nov 1, 2018 in Opportunities, Resources |

Logistical barriers can sometimes stand between you and your objectives. Apply for these transportation industry scholarships! The Advancing Women in Transportation Metropolitan Phoenix Chapter is offering six scholarships totaling $17,500 to assist women aspiring to have transportation careers.
Submit your application to Barbara Ritter at by Monday, November 27, 2018.
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Engineering Futures Seminar: Discover strategies to navigate technology companies to get your dream job, November 8

Posted by on Nov 1, 2018 in Events, Students |

How do you navigate technology companies on your path to your dream job? Learn from industry leader, Wendy Greenland, Chief Operating Officer of InfinityHR about strategies for a successful career.

Engineering Futures Seminars are designed to offer Fulton Engineering students the opportunity to meet and learn about the engineering profession from the perspective of industry leaders.

Engineering Futures Seminars
Thursday, November 8, 2018
4:30–6 p.m.
Tooker House (TKRHD) 101 and 102 E-spaces, Tempe campus [map]
Register to attend

At 5:30 p.m. Wendy Greenland will answer your questions. Stick around until the end of the seminar to potentially win an Amazon Echo and awesome engineering swag in a raffle!

About the speaker

Wendy Greenland

Wendy Greenland is the Chief Operating Officer of InfinityHR and a speaker, mentor and coach to leaders in all phases of their careers.  Having been in management for over 25 years, she has experienced many challenges as a leader in highly technical organizations and has a passion for using her experience to coach and develop leaders in whatever phase of career they are in.

Throughout her career, she has been involved in all levels of operations management in internet, wireless telecom and software platform development industries. Greenland has held many positions including; Manager, Director, CFO, COO and owner/founder.  She has a strong record of achievement in directing corporate operations in the technology sector, most recently with SaaS-based solutions.  While helping to build top-performing teams in technical organizations, she created a leadership certification training program at InfinityHR to provide management education, coaching and development for new team leads, managers and directors, half of which were women.

Wendy works closely with the ASU Fulton College of Engineering staff as a speaker and mentor of engineering students and young women in STEM. She also sits on the Board of Directors for the Alliance of Technology and Women (ATW) and the GCU Technology Advisory Council.

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