August 28, 2015

Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering


Robots poised to aid exploration endeavors

RAVEN the roving robot, built by ASU students, shows the potential for robots to aid humans in exploring new worlds.


Teams advance to semi-finals for chance to win prize money

And then there were four. Two more teams advance to the semi-finals of the Academic Bowl: the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Gold team and the W. P. Carey School of Business team.


Advances in reliable computing draw recognition for doctoral student

An ASU computer science doctoral student is drawing international interest in his efforts to make computers perform more reliably.


Big buzz ushers in opening rounds of Academic Bowl

With an audience full of cheerleaders and more live coverage than ever before, the 2011 ASU Academic Bowl made a splash Monday night.


Sustainability | Engineering | News coverage:  Cost-value comparisons of conventional, alternative-fuel cars

An ASU engineer helps determine the most cost-effective and environment-friendly options among conventional gasoline-powered automobiles and newer alternative-fuel vehicles.


Academic Bowl veteran starts ASU Quizbowl Club

While many are familiar with the annual ASU Academic Bowl, few know about the ASU Quizbowl Club – and that's a shame, says Kenneth Lan, the club's founder.


Campuses benefit from construction school alum's creative spirit

An ASU construction school alumnus now helps build and renovate campus facilities.


SMALLab receives first funding, customer for classroom learning technology

SMALLab Learning, a faculty spin-out company from ASU, has received a $500,000 development grant provided by Educause and the Gates Foundation, and their first customer, ChicagoQuest.


Engineering prof helping to boost capabilities of leading national research center

An ASU professor is helping lead an effort to bring important new research capabilities to one of the nation’s most prominent engineering and science laboratories.


Freshman engineering students get guidance from industry pros

A special event bringing almost 200 engineers and industry representatives to campus gives ASU freshman engineering students a chance to a jump-start their career planning.

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