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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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Apply for the Social Innovation Startup Lab by March 28

The Social Innovation Startup Lab, or SISL, hosted by the technological entrepreneurship and management program is an incubator-style, 12-week crash course for social entrepreneurship ventures aiming at social impact. This course allows students to collaborate with industry and explores the use of technology in projects that have the potential to benefit society. Teams may partner…

Seminar: Online Monitoring of Big Data Streams — Roadmap and Recent Advances, February 25

Attend the upcoming IE Decision Systems Engineering Spring 2022 Seminar Series event with Professor Kaibo Liu from the University of Wisconsin-Madison to learn more about research advances in online monitoring of big data streams. Online Monitoring of Big Data Streams – Roadmap and Recent AdvancesPresented by Kaibo Liu, University of Wisconsin-Madison Friday, February 25, 2022Noon–1…

Participate in ASU Starbucks Hack Week, March 7–11

Register today for the Starbucks ASU Hackathon, from March 7–11, 2022, during ASU’s Spring Break! A hackathon is an innovation sprint where teams come together to create solutions and/or prototype ideas that may help build a future. This virtual event is an opportunity for you to innovate, experiment and collaborate with other ASU students, faculty…

Attend the ASU Startup Online Career Fair, March 2

Do you want to work for a startup or learn what it is like to work for a startup? Bring your questions and your electronic resumes to the ASU Startup Online Career Fair! ASU Startup Online Career FairWednesday, March 2, 20222–5 p.m.Register in Handshake and research the attending startups Finalize your Zoom registration using the Single Sign-On…

Seminar: Facility Location with Competition or Decision-dependent Uncertainty: Models, Algorithms and Extensions, February 18

Attend the next IE Decision Systems Engineering Spring 2022 Seminar Series event with University of Michigan Associate Professor Siquan Shen, who discusses strategic planning for customer demand and facilities. Facility Location with Competition or Decision-dependent Uncertainty: Models, Algorithms and ExtensionsPresented by Siqian Shen, University of Michigan Friday, February 18, 2022Noon–1 p.m.Attend on Zoom Abstract Facility…

Seminar: Developing Structural Equation Models for Commuter Rail while Analyzing Underlying Attitudes, February 10

Attend the next TOMNET Transportation Center Seminar to explore data analysis of commuter rail systems to better understand what riders want. This seminar is presented by Fulton Schools civil engineering alumnus De’Von Jennings. Developing Structural Equation Models for Commuter Rail while Analyzing Underlying AttitudesPresented by De’Von Jennings, University of California, Irvine Thursday, February 10, 20223:15–4:15…

Advantages of attending a virtual career fair — Betty’s Career Tip

Since the pandemic began, virtual career fairs have nearly replaced all in-person career fairs. The virtual career fair has solved some challenges employers and candidates face. Employers can connect with candidates around the country with the click of a button. In doing so, the virtual career fair has increased productivity and engagement for candidates and employers….

Apply to Venture Devils and turn your idea into reality — deadline February 27

Venture Devils empowers the entrepreneurial success of founders by connecting them with Venture Mentors who provide personalized support. Accepted founders also receive direct access to ASU seed funding opportunities, training and development offerings and venture development spaces. All ASU students, faculty, staff, alumni and community entrepreneurs with an affiliation to ASU are encouraged to apply….