September 04, 2015



ASU joins national movement committed to diversifying engineering

ASU's Fulton Schools of Engineering will participate in a program that aims to network with national organizations, commit to K-12 or community college pipelines and ensure diverse faculties.


ASU researchers demonstrate the world's first white lasers

Researchers at ASU have proven that semiconductor lasers are capable of emitting over the full visible color spectrum, which is necessary to produce a white laser.


Resilient cities: Changing the way we think about urban infrastructure

ASU's UREx Sustainability Research Network is exploring how extreme weather events affect urban infrastructure and how we can make cities more resilient.


Research | Engineering | Innovation / Entrepreneurship | News coverage:  ASU engineers' stretchable batteries voted most innovative

A medical device news website says ASU researchers have come up with a tech advance that will have a major impact on the biomedical field.


Undergrad research at ASU ignited student's passion for engineering

Electrical engineer Ja'Lon Sisson took full advantage of undergraduate research programs at Arizona State University to make his education the best that it could be.


Engineering student combines gaming, Fitbit tech to address childhood obesity

Driven by her love for hiking and yoga, ASU student Courtney Van Bussum has created FitStart Kids, a unique tool for children struggling with obesity that incorporates built-in gamification to help children adopt a healthy mindset.


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.

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