Events and opportunities open to all Arizona State University students.

Students work on a design experience project with Devils Invent.

Help solve problems in today’s interconnected world and compete for $50,000 in prizes with Devils Invent, Feb. 23–25

Join a team at Devils Invent: DASSH: Cascading Events to tackle challenges inspired by cascading events, unleashing creativity to address the dynamic and interconnected nature of problems in today’s fast-paced environment. This event is sponsored by the Department of Homeland Security and will take place on the weekend of Feb. 23–25.

Apply to Venture Devils to turn your idea into reality. Gain access to: personalized mentoring, collaboration spaces and curated resources. Venturedevils.asu.edu.

Entrepreneurs: Apply to Venture Devils for mentorship and a chance to win $200,000 in seed money by Feb. 25

All ASU students, faculty, staff, alumni and community entrepreneurs with an affiliation to ASU are encouraged to apply to Venture Devils. This program empowers the entrepreneurial success of founders by connecting them with Venture Mentors who provide personalized support. Accepted ventures also receive direct access to ASU seed funding opportunities, training and development offerings and venture development spaces.

Two robots clash in a shower of sparks at a robot combat event, with spectators cheering them on in the background.

Watch robots clash in a live combat robot tournament, Jan. 20

Combat Ready Robotics presents Sun Devil Smackdown, a contest in which student-built combat robots will be tested against each other in a series of live one-on-one matches of sparks and steel to see who will become this semester’s champion. Spectating at the competition is completely free, so bring some friends and cheer on your favorite bot!

Students show off their research on their posters.

Apply for Summer Research Initiative by Feb. 1

The Fulton Schools offers summer research opportunities for qualified students to gain engineering research experience and acquire an in-depth understanding of what it would be like to pursue a doctoral degree through an eight-week summer research program. Eligible U.S. citizens, permanent residents and ASU-sponsored F1/J1 visa students receive a $5,000 stipend plus on-campus housing and some living expenses.


Apply to study abroad in Taiwan by March 1!

Study abroad In Taiwan this June with the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering! The History and Technology of Microelectronics study abroad program reviews the history of integrated circuit development starting with the invention of the transistor in 1947 through the dramatic expansion of the industry in Silicon Valley to the rise of Japan, South…