Online students

The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering offer 33 fully online programs. Find resources, events and opportunities for online students here.

Resources for online students
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Lindy Elkins-Tanton

Beyond the Bookshelf: A Portrait of the Scientist as a Young Woman, Feb. 8

Join the ASU Library for the next installment of the “Beyond the Bookshelf” series on Wednesday, Feb. 8, for a virtual conversation with Lindy Elkins-Tanton about her book, “Portrait of the Scientist as a Young Woman,” a memoir of her life as a scientist. Learn how Elkins-Tanton navigated challenges in her life to become the second woman…

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Apply for undergraduate and graduate research opportunities with FURI and MORE by March 15

Enhance your engineering and technical curriculum by gaining lab experience and independent and thesis-based research with the Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative, known as FURI, or the Master’s Opportunity for Research in Engineering, or MORE program! Applications are now open for Summer 2023 and Fall 2023. Undergraduate students: Apply for FURI by 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday, March…

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Attend the 2023 Fulton Schools Community Tailgate, Feb. 16

All Fulton Schools students are invited to attend the 2023 community tailgate! Join us for a meal and this year’s “Engineering = Sexy” t-shirt ahead of the ASU Men’s Basketball game versus Colorado. Students, you may check in at the tailgate with your ASU ID card. Learn how to reserve your game tickets to attend…

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Attend ASU Tech Startup Happy Hour, powered by ASU E+I @ Fulton and Hool Coury Law, Feb. 9

Who: ASU’s top and aspiring tech venture founders, including faculty spinout founders and management team members, are invited. The event will feature an informal round of introductions (or lightning venture pitches) by all in attendance. What: E+I @ Fulton Startup Happy Hour powered by Hool Coury Law is a monthly networking opportunity for all ages….

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Fill out the interest form for the AZ Astrobio Symposium 2023!

Arizona State University is hosting the third annual regional AZ Astrobiology Symposium! The 2023 AZ AstroBio Symposium is a free day-and-a-half event aimed at promoting the development of astrobiology research across the state of Arizona. This symposium is intended to serve as a professional development platform for astrobiology enthusiasts, particularly students and early career scientists,…

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Register to attend WM Symposia Job Fair by Feb. 17

If you are looking for a career in radioactive material management, remediation and associated fields, attend the WM Symposia Job Fair on Tuesday, Feb. 28–Wednesday, March 1, 2023, at the Phoenix Convention Center. WM Symposia, in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Energy and industry, is holding a job fair during WM’s annual conference, WM2023….

Demystify machine learning at this event on Jan. 20

Do you or your students work with machine learning? Attend “Machine Learning Demystified” presented by guest speaker Atul Dhingra from Standard AI. Learn about the machine learning model lifecycle in production at scale as well as the various aspects of machine learning operations that go into successful model deployment from the inception of a problem,…