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Events and opportunities open to all Arizona State University students.
ASU students across campus are joining forces to lead the first Student Space Expo. Explore student space clubs, research projects, educational opportunities and fun activities at this event Wednesday, March 27, 2024.
Join a crucial conversation with Department of Energy Deputy Secretary David Turk as he shares a futurist perspective on careers that are essential to securing America’s clean energy economy and that help address the global climate crisis. Learn what a career in climate and clean energy looks like, and how the DOE implements historic pieces of legislation to help the U.S. reach its net-zero carbon goals…
Join us in celebrating the launch of Electrified Processes for Industry without Carbon, or EPIXC, the Department of Energy’s Clean Energy Manufacturing Innovation Institute at Arizona State University.
Engage with representatives from diverse companies and organizations in the space sector at the ASU spring 2024 Space Career Fair. The event is a gateway to explore exciting career prospects and potential trajectories while fostering valuable professional connections in the space industry.
Meet the 2024 Grand Challenges Scholars, recognized by the National Academy of Engineering, and celebrate their accomplishments.
Learn how they developed and applied their technical talent, interdisciplinary perspective, entrepreneurial mindset, multicultural awareness and social consciousness to address challenges in health, security, sustainability and joy of living.
Attend one of two events to see how students would solve problems related to sustainability, health, security and joy of living. As part of their “Futuristic Solutions for the Grand Challenges” projects, students will present their solutions through models and posters.
Join the IEEE student branch at ASU in partnership with MathWorks and the IEEE Education Society for a MATLAB workshop on the finite element method, or FEM. This workshop is dedicated to the numerical solutions for partial differential equations, or PDEs, widely used in scientific and engineering fields. There are many different methods for solving…
Shake up your summer by applying to the Summer 2024 undergraduate internships at the Statewide California Earthquake Center, or SCEC. Since 1994, SCEC internships have supported impactful research experiences of more than 700 undergraduate students who worked with SCEC scientists on a broad range of earthquake science projects, including paleoseismic field investigations, 3D fault mapping, ground motion simulations, other high-performance computing applications, hazard analysis and educational products.
Join the Chabad at ASU, Jewish Student Center for a historic event. For the first time in ASU’s history, 101-year-old Holocaust survivor Joseph Alexander will share his story. The lone survivor of his entire family, Joseph Alexander will share his story of survival and triumph through Nazi concentration camps including the Dachau and Auschwitz death camps, and…