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The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering is dedicated to diversity and inclusion as a core value. Find opportunities that promote diversity in STEM.

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Attend the U.S. EPA National Recruitment Webinar, November 16 and 17

Current students and alumni are invited to learn about EPA’s role in protecting human health and the environment, as well as how to apply to paid internships and recent graduate opportunities. Get an overview of the federal hiring process, including creating a USAJOBS profile, building a federal resume and an opportunity to engage with employees…

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Enhance your intercultural competence by attending this mini workshop, November 15

The ability to engage, live and work in a global community is an important requirement for engineering professionals. In our global society, successful engineers must combine technical expertise with an understanding of how professionals in different cultures define problems and develop solutions. As such, individuals working in engineering must be equipped with the right skills…

November 15, 20222:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
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Sign up for a spring humanities course on cross-cultural communication

Are you interested in exploring different cultures? SLC 212 Language and Culture Clash explores the intersection of linguistics and cross-cultural communication. Discuss communication failures as well as cultural norms, conceptualizations and scripts as linguistic concepts while fulfilling your humanities or general credit requirements. Learn more and sign up!

Sign up for a Spanish-language volunteer opportunity with SolarSPELL on October 1

Speak Spanish? Ready to make a global impact? The SolarSPELL initiative at ASU is developing a Spanish-language, solar-powered, offline digital library to be piloted later this semester in Chiapas, Mexico. They’re hosting a volunteer “tag-a-thon” event on Saturday, October 1, 2022, for Spanish-proficient students (high intermediate to advanced). Lunch will be provided. SolarSpell Spanish Library Tag-a-ThonSaturday, October…

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Want to participate in research? Attend the Fulton Schools Research Resource Fair, September 29

The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering encourages students from all backgrounds to pursue research opportunities with the Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative (FURI), Master’s Opportunity for Research in Engineering (MORE), and Grand Challenges Scholars Program (GCSP). Learn how to build a competitive research application by attending the Fulton Schools Research Resource Fair and hearing from…

Fulton Schools student attends Girls in Tech Catalyst Conference

Fulton Schools student Khira Momodu attended the Girls in Tech Catalyst Conference in Phoenix, Arizona on April 17-19, 2016. The purpose of the conference is to provide women in the technology industry an opportunity to network with fellow women innovators and develop their innovative ideas. The three-day event included keynotes from a multitude of successful…

Elizabeth Jones accepts Society of Women Engineers Outstanding Collegiate Member Award

The Society of Women Engineers has recognized Elizabeth Jones of Arizona State University for her impact on the Society as well as the engineering community with the SWE Outstanding Collegiate Member Award. Jones will accept the award at SWE’s annual conference, WE20, which will be held virtually from Tuesday, November 3–Saturday, November 14, 2020. The SWE…

NASA Psyche capstone team builds robotic explorer

The Robotic Explorer 10B Psyche team (Psyche-Paths) is a capstone team of ten interdisciplinary students from the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering, School of Earth and Space Exploration, School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy and School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering. Four out of 10 members have electrical engineering…

Mechanical engineering major earns recognition with national scholarships

Mechanical engineering and global health junior Katie Pascavis was recently named a Goldwater Scholar and is among four nominees for the Udall Scholarship. Pascavis is a Flinn Scholar, an honors student in Arizona State University’s Barrett, The Honors College and she is pursuing a minor in sustainability. She is also president of Engineerins without Borders and works in…

Luminosity Lab students win global Red Bull challenge with note-taking app

Home » News » Luminosity Lab students win global Red Bull challenge with note-taking app Luminosity Lab students win global Red Bull challenge with note-taking app Posted by Monique Clement on Apr 12, 2022 in News | ASU students and roommates Sylvia Lopez (left) and Brinlee Kidd have been named the U.S. finalists in the Red Bull Basement Global Final for their innovative…