July 07, 2015

Department of Technology Management

10/19/10

FAA internship provides once in a lifetime experience

ASU senior Jennifer Hilton was one of 107 students to learn more about runway safety, field operations and airport fire fighter training through a summer internship with the Federal Aviation Administration.

12/02/09

ASU News:  Inside ASU Polytechnic's air-traffic simulator

An AZCentral photo slide show feature's ASU's new state-of-the-art air traffic control simulator.

12/02/09

ASU News:  Intel donates $2.3 million in equipment to ASU

Intel's equipment donation to ASU will put sophisticated technology to a new use that could result in earlier, less costly diagnosis of disease.

11/16/09

Research efforts get $3M boost from NIH grants

ASU has been awarded nearly $3 million in federal stimulus funds from the National Institutes of Health for two innovative projects designed to improve human health.

11/06/09

News coverage:  ASU gets gift of air traffic control simulator

Students in the air traffic management program at ASU's Polytechnic campus are getting a new learning tool: a state-of-the-art air traffic control simulator, thanks to the Ottosen Family Foundation.

10/27/09

International engagement | Community partnerships:  Japanese students study flying at Polytechnic

A group of students from Japan will learn how to fly various aircraft as part of a new program through the College of Technology and Innovation.

10/12/09

International students take to the skies

Japanese aviation students are beginning a specialized aviation program as part of an academic partnership between Oberlin University in Tokyo and Arizona State University.

05/18/09

Essay wins grad student second graphics award

Bemly Randeniya, a graphic information technology graduate student, recently earned $1,500 for placing first in the GEF/Flint Group Technical Writing Contest given by the Gravure Association of America.

03/18/09

ASU High Altitude Chamber

ASU professor Ronald Diedrichs talks to Channel 12 News about how pilots need to have critical high-altitude training to prevent air accidents.

03/01/09

AMT program featured on News Channel 3

ASU's Air Traffic Management program is featured on a News Channel 3 report about a new generation of air traffic controllers.

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