Innovation Showcase

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Join The Polytechnic School and the software engineering program in the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence on Friday, December 3, 2021, for the Innovation Showcase, a milestone event that offers a glimpse into the globally transformative projects our seniors, graduate students and industry collaborators are developing.

Undergraduate and graduate students in aviation, graphic information technology, information technology, mechanical systems engineering, software engineering and more will have the opportunity to demonstrate the impacts of their projects at this exhibit.

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MSIVD webinar: A day in the life of a groundbreaking graduate program

Posted by on Dec 1, 2021 in | 0 comments

If you have a passion for entrepreneurship and an itch to build something that matters, ASU’s new Master of Science in innovation and venture development is for you. It’s a unique partnership between the schools of engineering, business and design — a one-year, STEM-designated MS program that delivers what most entrepreneurial programs don’t: the experience of launching a venture. In a series of studio courses, you’ll learn to lead cross-disciplinary teams in a world of growing uncertainty and ambiguity.

Three schools, one integrated program, one year. Your venture. We are looking for ambitious, bold and creative thinkers with a thirst to make a difference in this world. Whether you want to lead innovation in a large corporation or found something of your own, this program will give you the tools, skills and values you need.

We invite you to a virtual information session led by our program director, Brent Sebold, to learn more about the Master of Science in innovation and venture development.

Watch a video about the program.

Applications are now being accepted for Fall 2022. The priority deadline to apply is Saturday, January 15, 2021. We will continue to accept applications thereafter on a rolling basis. All undergraduate degrees are admissible, and any kind of venture fits.

The inside stories: a day in the life of a groundbreaking graduate program
Wednesday, December 1, 2021

9–10 a.m. MST
Register to attend this webinar on Zoom

Join us for this webinar to hear from current students in the MSIVD program. This is a great opportunity for prospective students to deep dive into the program and ask pressing questions of current students to make sure this program is the best fit for their goals.

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Academic Integrity Office Tips for Students: Examinations

Posted by on Nov 23, 2021 in Resources | 0 comments


Academic Integrity Matters

No matter how much you prepare, it is inevitable that you will feel a bit more stressed than usual when preparing to take a mid-term or final exam. While some stress can be beneficial, you need to work toward minimizing high levels of stress that will have a negative impact on your performance, and on rare occasions can make a person do something they regret. Here are a few tips to consider when preparing for examinations:

  • Start early and study more than you think you will need.
  • As much as possible, cut out any activity that is unnecessary and a distraction to your academic success. Study first, play later!
  • To stay mentally fresh, take a short 10-minute break after each hour of study time.
  • Develop a study and test-taking routine that you can replicate for each exam. Your body and mind like routines — set it and stick with it.
  • Show up early for the exam, or if online, do not wait until the last minute to get your computer properly set up.
  • Think about the power of breathing. If you feel anxious, stop what you are doing and take one or two deep breaths and relax.
  • If you find yourself struggling with an exam, accept it and just tell yourself, “It’s OK. I will learn from this and do better next time.”

For more information, check out the Academic Integrity Office website and the Fulton Schools Resources page.

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Cyber Security Works is hiring!

Posted by on Nov 22, 2021 in Career, International Students | 0 comments

Ever wanted to work in cybersecurity? Cyber Security Works is recruiting for a Security Project Manager position. If you have solid communication skills, like working with customers and are team-oriented this may be the job for you!  CSW works with large public, private and startup companies and helps them prioritize their vulnerabilities, and is a leader in Attack Surface Management. International students are encouraged to apply!

Apply for the Security Project Manager position.

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