The Fulton Schools engages Arizona’s K-12 students and creates pathways that encourage them to become technically savvy, prepare for studies in STEM-related fields and pursue careers in engineering. Find ways to get involved in outreach and inspire the next generation of engineers and innovators!

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GEAR Day with the ASU Section of the Society of Women Engineers
Members of the STAM Center lab pose with outreach program participants.

STAM Center hosts second annual Summer Outreach Program

The Secure, Trusted and Assured Microelectronics, or STAM, Center hosted their second annual Summer Outreach workshop June 5–8 to introduce high school students to microelectronics, electronics and robotics programming. The four-day workshop welcomed 17 high school students, ranging from first-year students to seniors, from schools across Greater Phoenix including Desert Vista High School, BASIS Goodyear,…

A group of students and faculty member Michel Kinsy pose with devices in the STAM Center.

The STAM Center welcomes high school students in its first summer outreach program

The Secure, Trusted and Assured Microelectronics Center in the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence was thrilled to welcome its first summer outreach program high school students in a one-week course this July, introducing students to programming and basic robotics. In their work, the students programmed an Arduino microcontroller to interact with the physical world through…

Graduate students: Sign up for K-12 STEM outreach course BIO 533/494 this fall

Founded and run by graduate students in Arizona State University’s School of Life Sciences, Graduate Partners in Science Education’s, or GPSE’s, mission is to train graduate students to become better scientists, more experienced educators and superior science communicators through the design of science, technology, engineering and math lesson plans and projects. At the completion of…

Tell high school juniors and seniors about SEE@ASU Summer Camp

The Summer Engineering Experience at Arizona State University, or SEE@ASU, is a weeklong summer program in the world of engineering and the university campus experience. This program was designed for motivated high school juniors and seniors to introduce them to the engineering profession and innovative programs offered at the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering….

Volunteer at the annual EPICS High Showcase, April 30

Through EPICS High, teams of high school and middle school students work with local community partners to identify challenges and develop engineering solutions. The EPICS High Showcase is a culminating event to celebrate students’ contributions to their communities. This event will take place in person at the ASU Temp campus. Multiple volunteer shifts are available….

Inspire the next generation of engineers this summer!

The Fulton Schools Outreach and Recruitment department is seeking engineering students to join our engineering summer camp staff! Our summer camps engage high school students in fun, hands-on opportunities to learn about engineering and it’s importance in our daily lives. Both day and overnight camp counselor positions are available for the following camps: National Summer…

Know a high schooler interested in robotics? Enrollment is open for robotics summer camp

A new robotics camp is running this summer, Monday, June 13, 2022–Friday, June 17, 2022, on the Polytechnic campus. Assistant Professor Dan Aukes will be running a camp on “foldable” robots — robots constructed using origami-inspired techniques. Students will work in teams to develop their own foldable robots, while learning the essentials of the design…

Be a mentor with EPICS High

Now seeking mentors to support EPICS High teams in grades 6–12. EPICS High Mentors are current and previous EPICS@ASU students and are currently enrolled at ASU. They guide and advise teams as they work to complete their EPICS projects and meet with teams throughout the school year. As an EPICS High Mentor, you can receive…