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In the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering, students learn to apply engineering and life science principles to improve human health. SBHSE students engage in research that’s making a difference today, working alongside our world-class faculty in state-of-the-art labs while you prepare to work in one of the fastest-growing careers over the next decade. Whether you want to start
a company, discover new therapies, create engineered gene networks, research brain-machine interfaces, develop virtual reality-based rehabilitation engines or grow new organs, you can do it here. Find news and events from SBHSE.

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Attend the Fall 2024 Registration Event, March 20

Are you interested in getting assistance with registering for fall 2024 classes? Fulton Schools undergraduate advisors will be available to assist with registration for fall 2024 classes at the Fall Registration Event. Students from the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment, School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering, School of Electrical, Computer and…

Attend the National Institutes of Health Career Symposium, May 8–10

The NIH Career Symposium highlights the diversity of career choices available to biomedical researchers today. This is a great opportunity for biomedical graduate students and postdocs/fellows to plan a professional future and gain practical advice to hit the job market.

May 08, 2023 through May 10, 2023
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Attend the Capstone Showcase, April 26

Graduating seniors in the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence, the School of Engineering Matter, Transport and Energy and the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering will present their capstone projects at this biannual celebration. Spring 2023 Capstone ShowcaseWednesday, April 26, 202310 a.m.–1 p.m.Memorial Union (MU), Tempe campus [map]Learn more Staff and students are…

April 26, 202310:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
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Check out the free professional clothing library

Assistant Professor Sydney Schaefer has put together a professional clothing library (currently with women’s clothing and shoes) for students in the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering to use in preparation for upcoming research conferences, presentations, interviews and more.

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…

Join us virtually for the Senior Capstone Project Showcase, April 29

For the last two semesters, students majoring in computer science, biomedical engineering, industrial engineering, electrical engineering, computer systems engineering, engineering management and informatics have been working hard on industry- and faculty-sponsored projects to solve real-world problems. Join us online this Friday, April 29, 2022, to see their projects in action, interact with the students and…

Participate in a Transcranial Direct Current Simulation Study and earn $15

The Motor Rehabilitation and Learning Lab is actively recruiting participants for a transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) study — participants will be paid $15 per visit to Bulldog Hall on the Tempe campus. The purpose of this study is to test the influence of neurostimulation on our cognitive ability and our ability to learn a motor task. You may…

Join us virtually this Friday for the Senior Capstone Project Showcase

For the last two semesters, students majoring in computer science, biomedical engineering, industrial engineering, electrical engineering, computer systems engineering, engineering management and informatics have been working hard on industry- and faculty-sponsored projects to solve real-world problems. Join us online Friday, December 3, 2021, to see their projects in action, interact with the students and learn…