Tempe campus

Events and opportunities that take place on the ASU Tempe campus. Virtually tour the Tempe campus and view the interactive map.

Students on Palm Walk at the ASU Tempe campus.

Check out the ASU Tech Startup Happy Hour, March 24

Who: ASU’s top and aspiring tech venture founders, including faculty spinout founders, and management team members are invited. The event will feature an informal round of introductions (or lightning venture pitches) by all in attendance. What: E+I @ Fulton Startup Happy Hour powered by Hool Coury Law is a monthly networking opportunity for all ages….

Academic Bowl teams face off in front of an audience.

Cheer on Fulton Schools Academic Bowl teams, March 21–22!

Cheer on the Fulton Schools Academic Bowl teams on Tuesday, March 21, 2023, and Wednesday, March 22, 2023, at the Student Pavilion on the ASU Tempe campus! Academic Bowl pits four-person teams of academic athletes against each other in fast-paced trivia rounds on topics ranging from political science to pop culture and everything in between….

Register for WiCS 18th Annual Programming Competition, March 25

All ASU undergraduate and master’s degree students are invited to participate in the WiCS 18th Annual Programming Competition, regardless of gender. Come solve programming challenges and win prizes based on your speed and correctness! The competition will be judged by representatives from industry sponsors including Amazon, State Farm, General Dynamics Mission Systems and more. Lunch,…

Apply for the SC23 Student Cluster Competition by April 17 — attend an info session March 23

ASU Research Computing will be sponsoring five undergraduate students to participate in the SC23 Student Cluster Competition. SC23 is an international conference for high-performance computing, networking, storage and analysis. The Student Cluster Competition, or SCC, was developed in 2007 to provide an immersive high-performance computing experience to undergraduate and high school students. The SCC is an opportunity for…

Attend a Town Hall with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, March 1

Would you like to learn more about the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, known as the JPL, and opportunities to collaborate? Join us next Wednesday, March 1, 2023, for a Town Hall on “Exploring the Space Frontier to Benefit Humanity: JPL, ASU and How You Can Engage” with Laurie Leshin, director of JPL and Jordan Blacksberg, program…

Join us for the Distinguished Seminar by Nobel Laureate Stanley Whittingham, Feb. 24

Join us for a distinguished seminar with Nobel laureate and Binghamton University Professor Stanley Whittingham, where he will discuss the future of lithium batteries on Friday, Feb. 24, 2023. This seminar is hosted by the School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy, where many ASU faculty members are conducting research that has been heavily…