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.
sushi placed nicely on a platter with sauce and chopsticks

GIT students win awards in state photography competition

Two graphic information technology students earned awards for their photography in the Printing Industries Association Arizona Print Excellence student competition. Congratulations to Kymber Miller and Sara Conklin, who were recognized for their work.  

NECA team

DEWSC students are gaining real-world experience with digital construction

For the first time, a team of students from the Del E. Webb School of Construction within the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment at Arizona State University is competing in the annual ELECTRI/NECA Student Chapter Competition. The National Electrical Contractors Association, or NECA, student chapter at ASU was established in the fall…

Finding Fred

Attend a chain-reaction mystery hackathon competition, April 13

Get ready for a one-of-a-kind adventure at the intersection of science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics, or STEAM, at Finding F.R.E.D.: A Chain-Reaction Mystery! This team-based STEAM competition challenges teams to help unravel the disappearance of the Friendly Robotic Engineering Droid, or F.R.E.D., by crafting stories and building chain-reaction machines. Teams of up to six…

Collage of mortarboard decorations by grads in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

Congratulations to our mortarboard contest winners!

The Class of 2023 did an amazing job decorating mortarboards for Spring 2023 graduation ceremonies! There were so many amazing designs, it was difficult to narrow down to the four winners this semester. Our top four were chosen from contest submissions and will receive swag packages.