July 05, 2015



ASU students head to France for global entrepreneurship experience

ASU is sending some of its "best risk-takers" – 11 student entrepreneurs – to France to join nearly 600 students at the European Innovation Academy. There they will refine their business skills, build contacts and pitch their start-up ideas to investors.


ASU research points way to designing crack-resistant metals

Discoveries by an ASU engineering research team about the causes of cracking in metal alloys could help prevent failure of critical infrastructure systems.


Squires named vice dean, to serve as interim dean of ASU engineering

Kyle Squires has been named vice dean of engineering and will serve as interim dean starting July 1, pending a national search for the dean of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.


ASU's Polytechnic School leading engineering education revolution

ASU is one of only six schools that have been awarded a $2 million NSF grant to help transform engineering education.


Using foresight to tackle 'wicked problems'

A new research partnership called the Foresight Initiative is developing tools to inform decision makers as they confront wicked problems such as the web of climate change, water security and national security.


ASU team fuses art, engineering to create stretchable batteries

An ASU engineering team is using a form of origami to develop energy-storage technology that could expand the capabilities of wearable electronics.


Research on human movement could lead to development of 'assistive homes'

Imagine living in a house that knows you and can anticipate your activities when you're home. This is just one example of a long-term application that could result from a National Science Foundation grant awarded to ASU assistant professor Pavan Turaga.


ASU engineer recognized for work on construction project planning

ASU assistant professor Mounir El Asmar has been recognized by the American Society of Civil Engineers for his outstanding contributions to construction management and construction engineering.


Science foundation supports ASU community members' promising research

Science Foundation Arizona is giving support to three ASU engineers pursuing technology advances with the potential to boost diverse industries; and a pair of academics diving deeper into their studies.


Colorado School of Mines names ASU's Paul Johnson as 17th president

Paul Johnson, dean of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University, has been named the 17th president of the Colorado School of Mines. Under his leadership, the Fulton Schools have experienced increased enrollment and student success.

Syndicate content