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Volunteer at the NSF Research Traineeship Annual Meeting, Oct. 29–31

ASU is hosting this year’s NSF Research Traineeship Annual Meeting and welcoming leading researchers from across the nation to Tempe, Arizona. We are looking for student volunteers to assist with the Oct. 29–31 event in various roles such as registration, note-taking, photography, and AV support. Students who volunteer at least six hours are eligible for a $50 stipend.

Devils Invent Opportunity Hack

Get ready to invent at Devils Invent, Oct. 7–8

Please join us in our second Devils Invent event of the fall semester. This will be a two-day hackathon with Opportunity Hack where the problem statement will involve non-profit engagement with a total prize package of $10,000. Any majors and level of experience are welcome! Teams are to be from three to six members and…

Grpahic that says "The space industry is growing rapidly - be a part of it. Space Career Fair, October 25 12 to 5 p.m. Tempe campus.

CANCELED: Attend ASU’s Space Career Fair, Oct. 25

Join us at the ASU Fall 2023 Space Career Fair to launch your journey toward a successful career in the rapidly growing space industry! 🚀 This unique event offers a platform for you to engage with representatives from diverse companies and organizations, offering a gateway to explore exciting career prospects, gain insights into potential career…

October 25, 202312:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Two students look at a research poster.

The FURI Symposium is now the Fulton Forge Student Research Expo

The students you meet at the Fulton Forge Student Research Expo are the same as those who participated in the FURI Symposium in past semesters. They have conducted independent research under the guidance of a faculty mentor and present the findings of their work with the community at a semiannual poster session open to the public. These projects are inspired by real-world problems in need of innovative solutions.

How can AI improve human well-being in the domain of self-driving cars? Attend the CHART Chats Interdisciplinary Research Networking series starting Sept. 15

The Center for Human, Artificial Intelligence, and Robot Teaming, or CHART, is dedicated to fostering an interdisciplinary research community focused on advancing issues related to these areas. CHART invites all faculty, students and staff who share an interest in this field to join us in our collaborative efforts.