As final exams draw near, some students will study in advance, while others will procrastinate and wait till the very last minute to finish projects and cram for examinations. Are you one of those students making the difficult decision to choose studying over other distractions? If so, keep up the excellent work! If not, get your study habits corrected before it’s too late!
The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering offer 33 fully online programs. Find resources, events and opportunities for online students here.
Grads: We want to see your decorated mortarboards! Send us your photos by May 10
Share photos or video of your decorated cap on social media with the hashtags #asugrad and #asuengineering. You can also submit them to us at convocation.engineering.asu.edu/mortarboards.
Learn about the U.S. Department of State Internship Program, April 18
Looking for a flexible, remote internship opportunity to gain experience? Look no further than the U.S. Department of State: Virtual Student Federal Service internship program!
Learn how you can prevent sexual violence during Sexual Assault Awareness Month this April
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, or SAAM, and ASU has several opportunities for you to be part of a university-wide effort to prevent sexual violence. We each have a responsibility to create a caring and inclusive learning environment where violence is not normalized or tolerated.
Beauty, Lies and ChatGPT: Attend the inaugural School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence Faculty Colloquium, April 13
SCAI Professor Subbarao Kambhampati will describe the origins and the status of generative AI and discuss some of its many implications.
Join us at the FURI Symposium, April 21
See how students are solving real-world challenges in data science, education, energy, health, security, semiconductor manufacturing and sustainability at the Spring 2023 FURI Symposium!
Apply for an Introduction to Industrial Internet of Things virtual course in April
Take a three-day, 10-hour, interactive training course designed to introduce students to the Industrial Internet of Things, or IIoT, a significant asset to have in every major industrial sector. No prior experience is necessary.
Apply for an Introduction to Robotics course this summer
Learners who have a high school diploma or GED are invited to apply for a free (to Arizona residents), two-day Introduction to Robotics in Microelectronics Manufacturing course. This interactive and hands-on training course is designed to introduce students to industrial robotics programming, a critical asset to have in the semiconductor and microelectronics industries. No prior…
Attend the next Frank Rhodes Lecture Series event about the science of learning, April 14
In this lecture, Candace Thille will explore how the relationship between learning research and instructional practice can and should change to meet the needs of adult learners and the larger society.
Apply for fellowship opportunities with the US Department of Energy
The Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education, or ORISE, is accepting applications for the following fellowship opportunities with the U.S. Department of Energy. Apply now!