Organizations and teams

There are dozens of Fulton student organizations and teams ranging from honors and professional associations to groups creating underwater robots, concrete canoes and launching rockets. Fulton Student Organizations are excellent opportunities to learn about career possibilities as many of the student groups operate in conjunction with industry professional societies … get involved today! Find student organization events, opportunities and news here.

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The concrete canoe at an ASCE conference.
An Engineering Projects in Community Service team

Find student orgs, academic support resources and engagement opportunities at the Fulton Difference Spring Summit, Jan. 24 and 25

First-year students and transfer students: Don’t miss the Fulton Difference Spring Summit! Learn about Fulton Schools academic support resources, clubs and student organizations, and Fulton Difference programming, including Engineering Projects in Community Service, the Grand Challenges Scholars Program, the Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative and more! Fulton Difference Spring Summit — Tempe campusTuesday, Jan. 24, 202311…

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Students pose with Sparky at the Homecoming Block Party

Join us at the Homecoming Block Party, November 19 — event time announced!

The Fulton Schools knows how to throw an amazing Homecoming Block Party — don’t miss out on the fun of celebrating Devils Through the Decades! Fulton Schools Homecoming Block PartySaturday, November 19, 20229 a.m.–12:15 p.m. — game kickoff at 12:15 p.m.Tooker House (TKRH), Tempe campus [map]Register to attend All Fulton Schools students and their friends and…

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A volunteer at the Fulton Schools Homecoming Block Party

Sign up to volunteer at the Homecoming Block Party, November 19

We need your help at the Homecoming Block Party! Faculty, staff and students who are not exhibiting are encouraged to sign up to volunteer. Homecoming Block PartySaturday, November 19, 2022Volunteer shifts: 10 a.m.–6 p.m.Event time to be announcedTooker House (TKRH), Tempe campus [map]Sign up to volunteer today! Student orgs that volunteer will earn dean’s funding…

A student works in a kitchen.

New Fulton Schools online students: Attend the Fulton Schools Virtual Fall Summit, August 18

Attend the Fulton Schools Virtual Fall Summit to learn about Fulton Schools resources and programs designed to enhance your engineering experience. You will meet representatives from our Fulton Difference programs in research, service and entrepreneurship; learn about academic and career success resources; meet staff and student leaders; and learn how to get involved in the…

Medals given at the EPICS Generator Awards.

Students and community partners celebrated at 2022 EPICS Generator Awards 

At the end of each academic year, the Engineering Projects in Community Service, or EPICS, program at Arizona State University hosts a Generator Awards ceremony to recognize Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering students, faculty members, industry mentors and community partners and celebrate the success of the EPICS teams.  EPICS is a national, award-winning, social…

Post-apocalyptic design competition drives tech solutions

On September 23-25, the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering’s Generator Labs hosted a 48-hour design challenge known as the Fulton Furnace Fallout — a Devil’s Invent event. The event, sponsored in collaboration with the ASU Kern Project and the Rossum Rumblers student org, got its name and inspiration from a post-apocalyptic game series known…

INFORMS@ASU student chapter places second at Principal Cup Challenge

Members of the INFORMS@ASU student chapter placed second at the Principal Cup after their presentation Friday, September 28, 2018. The Principal Cup is an international operations research and management sciences analytics competition that challenges teams to develop an objective decision-making process to buy, sell or hold stocks which could be affected by emotional bias. Instead, the teams use…

Fulton Schools Maroon team places second in the 2019 Academic Bowl

Fulton Schools students put their heads together and earned second place in the 2019 Arizona State University Academic Bowl. The Maroon team students — Kai Yin, a computer science junior; Geoffrey Wong, a computer science senior; Kyle Xue, a double-major biomedical engineering and computer science junior; Jack Fleitman, a computer science senior; Colton Sowers, a…

Two computer science alumni create project-based community Quaranteam to help peers gain developer skills

Projects and internships set computer science students apart from one another when applying for jobs. They provide real-world development experience to complement theory-based courses. As the COVID-19 pandemic interrupts the plans of many computer science students and graduates to build skills through internships, two Arizona State University alumni have a solution: Quaranteam. Dhantin Kumar and Kaan Aksoy, who…