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Get ready to celebrate at ASU Commencement and Fulton Schools Convocation, December 13–15!

We’re getting ready to recognize the achievements of all our graduates at the ASU Commencement and the Fulton Schools Convocation ceremonies. Learn more about the ceremony on the Fulton Schools Convocation website. Support Fulton Schools grads at ASU Commencement First, attend ASU Commencement ceremonies on Monday, December 13, 2021! Commencement is the ASU ceremony that marks students’ graduation….

Seminar: Rethinking Resilience, October 22

Attend the next IE Decision Systems Engineering Fall ’21 Seminar Series event on how to improve the resilience of operations systems in a talk hosted by Geunyeong Byeon. Rethinking ResiliencePresented by David Alderson, Naval Postgraduate School Friday, October 22, 2021NoonBrickyard Engineering (BYENG) 210, Tempe campus [map] Abstract Operations research has yielded remarkable progress in the…

Learn about data solutions at a Constellation Network Event, October 20

Join Constellation Network to discuss data for a connected future with Constellation’s co-founders Ben Jorgenson, Ben Diggles, Mathias Goldman and Atlif Brown. Fireside Chat with Constellation NetworkWednesday, October 20, 20215 p.m.Memorial Union (MU) Alumni Room 202, Tempe campus [map] Constellation Network MixerWednesday, October 20, 20217 p.m.Pedal Haus Brewery, 730 S Mill Ave #102, Tempe, AZ 85281 [map]This…

Attend the next MateriAlz Seminar: Digital Manufacturing of Polymer Products: Convergence of Hardware, Software and Materials, October 22

Polymer product production relies on old-age molding techniques. Additive methods have not delivered meaningful alternatives to traditional processes — until now. Learn how Joseph M. DeSimone uses continuous liquid interface production, or CLIP, technology, which embodies a convergence of advances in software, hardware and materials to bring the digital revolution to polymer additive manufacturing. Digital…

Fulton Schools Diversity Difference workshop: SafeZONE, October 29

We are proud to continue offering workshops as part of the Fulton Schools Diversity Difference program, funded by the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering Diversity and Inclusion Initiative (DII). This series aims to showcase our diverse community and to support learning through workshops and experiences. SafeZONE is back by popular demand and is an interactive educational…

Sign up to volunteer at the Homecoming Block Party, October 29–30

We need your help at the Homecoming Block Party! Helping out with event set-up, check-in and tear-down activities will earn you some fabulous bonuses: All volunteers working Friday, October 29, 2021, will receive a t-shirt and student orgs will receive Dean’s Funding Points All volunteers working Saturday, October 30, 2021, will receive a t-shirt, one pass for…

Attend the Environmental and Resource Management Career Fair, October 22

The Environmental and Resource Management Club is hosting a career fair and networking opportunity at the Polytechnic campus. Environmental Resource and Management Career Fair and Networking OpportunityFriday, October 22, 20214:30–6:30 p.m.Student Union (UNION) Cooley Ballroom, Polytechnic campus [map]Register to attend

Graduating students: Participate in the Professional Ethics Induction Ceremony, November 16

Are you graduating from Fulton Schools from an ABET-accredited engineering or a computer science program? If so, please consider participating in the Fall 2021 Professional Ethics Induction Ceremony! Order of the Engineer and the Pledge of the Computing Professional are rite-of-passage ceremonies for students graduating in engineering and computing sciences programs. Each ceremony promotes and recognizes the ethical and…

Academic Integrity Tips for Students

Academic Integrity Office Tips for Students: Shortcuts

When times start to get tough during the semester, it is important to remind yourself that there are no shortcuts to success. It takes dedication and commitment to study hard every day to learn your course material. When we allow ourselves to take shortcuts, we only set ourselves up for even more challenges in the…