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Competitions

Fulton Schools students can compete in a variety of competitions, from hackathons to entrepreneurial seed funding opportunities. Find out more about upcoming competitions and those won by Fulton Schools students.

Students participate in a robotics hackathon.
Academic Bowl teams face off in front of an audience.

Cheer on Fulton Schools Academic Bowl teams, March 21–22!

Cheer on the Fulton Schools Academic Bowl teams on Tuesday, March 21, 2023, and Wednesday, March 22, 2023, at the Student Pavilion on the ASU Tempe campus! Academic Bowl pits four-person teams of academic athletes against each other in fast-paced trivia rounds on topics ranging from political science to pop culture and everything in between….

Register for WiCS 18th Annual Programming Competition, March 25

All ASU undergraduate and master’s degree students are invited to participate in the WiCS 18th Annual Programming Competition, regardless of gender. Come solve programming challenges and win prizes based on your speed and correctness! The competition will be judged by representatives from industry sponsors including Amazon, State Farm, General Dynamics Mission Systems and more. Lunch,…

Apply for the SC23 Student Cluster Competition by April 17 — attend an info session March 23

ASU Research Computing will be sponsoring five undergraduate students to participate in the SC23 Student Cluster Competition. SC23 is an international conference for high-performance computing, networking, storage and analysis. The Student Cluster Competition, or SCC, was developed in 2007 to provide an immersive high-performance computing experience to undergraduate and high school students. The SCC is an opportunity for…

Submit a three-minute video to ASU’s CHART Film Festival by March 31 for a chance to win up to $1,000

The Global Security Initiative Center for Human, Artificial Intelligence, and Robot Teaming, or CHART, is hosting the CHART Film Festival — a video competition for ASU undergraduate and graduate student teams who are doing research in robotics or AI technology. The mission of CHART is to “develop and deploy new technologies, tools and best practices…

ASU Innovation Open. More than $200,000 in funding for collegiate founders. Harnessing the power of innovation to tackle the world's most challenging problems. Friday, Feb. 10, 2023, 1 p.m. MST. Rob & Melani Walton center for Planetary Health Auditorium (ISTB7), 777 East University Drive, Tempe, AZ 85281. Join in person or tune in live at https://ASU.io. Powered by eSeed Challenge, ASU Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. Supported by Pangaea, SVB, August United, thumbraise.. Sponsored by Intel, ASU Board of Regents, Avnet, Source.

See the top student entrepreneurs compete at ASU Innovation Open, Feb. 10

You’re invited to the 2023 ASU Innovation Open, a global startup competition for student entrepreneurs. Twenty-five student teams from universities around the world will compete for a chance to win up to $200,000 — including a $100,000 grand prize. Join the live event or tune in virtually to cheer on collegiate innovators who are working…

Devils Invent

Sign up for the next Devils Invent and make aerospace more sustainable, November 18–20

Our second event of Fall 2022 is proudly sponsored by Honeywell and will focus on identifying solutions to make the aerospace field more sustainable. Honeywell is dedicated to driving the transformation to a sustainable future and being carbon-neutral by 2035. Teams of four to six students will be tasked with creating solutions centered around sustainability…

ASUio

Got a new venture? ASU Innovation Open 2023 is awarding more than $200k in funding — deadline extended to November 13

Calling all student entrepreneurs! ASU Innovation Open is awarding more than $200,000 to the top student ventures offering cutting-edge hardware solutions, IoT innovations and social equity enterprises. ASU Innovation Open, or ASUio, was designed to fuel multidisciplinary teams of collegiate founders to harness the power of entrepreneurship to tackle the world’s most challenging problems. Our competition values university-supported technologies…

Explore clean-air solutions with the online I-BREATHE Indoor Air Quality Hackathon, July 15–17

How clean is the air you breathe indoors? Join a multi-university online hackathon to discover ways to protect everyone’s right to clean air!! Poor indoor air quality is linked to asthma, cardiovascular disease and many other adverse health outcomes, and disproportionately impacts people in low-income groups. Existing regulations ensure there are minimum quality standards for…