October 10, 2015



Students strive for deeper understanding of urban desert meteorology

ASU students' meteorological research project could help the nation’s military forces be better prepared to deploy in desert climates.


College Avenue Commons awarded Gold 'green building' certification

The new home of one of ASU's Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering receives a highly sought-after recognition for its sustainable design and construction.


Need for speed lures ASU freshman from Lone Star State

Growing up around the Air Force introduced Devyn Carter to a fascination with speed; now the Texas native is coming to ASU so he can study aerodynamics and build faster cars.


Impact on engineering earns Kavazanjian ASU Regents' Professor honor

Engineering professor Edward Kavazanjian has excelled as a teacher, researcher and leader among professional colleagues — and he’s still striving to make major contributions to his field.


Daring to dream of a flying car

Walter Bonar might be missing his family back in North Carolina, but the incoming ASU freshman is ready to jump into his ASU education and try to realize his dream of constructing a car that could fly.


Freshman crosses ocean for ASU entrepreneurship program

Hailing from Japan, Jobana Westbay loves math and the sciences, so when she found ASU's Technological Entrepreneurship and Management Program she knew she had found a school that was worth traversing the Pacific to attend.


New technology provides clear landing for ASU Polytechnic students

The ASU Polytechnic campus installs flight simulators with technology "so cutting-edge that it's bleeding edge" that can help students prepare for the future of the highly competitive air-traffic-control industry.


Joey Hudy: So much more than a marshmallow gun

Joey Hudy already has a resume filled with internships at tech companies, impressive inventions and multiple trips to the White House, but he decided to attend ASU because he believed it could help him achieve even more.


ASU taking reins of new national research center

Arizona State University will lead a new National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center to pioneer advances in geotechnical engineering that promise solutions to some of the world’s biggest environmental and infrastructure development challenges.


ASU part of group that wins coveted engineering research center

The NEWT Center will transform economics of water treatment by developing more affordable off-grid water-treatment systems, technology that improves reusing waste water and provide safe drinking water for millions of people who need it.

Syndicate content