ASU's Paul Johnson has been named dean of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, effective Jan. 1, 2011. He succeeds Deirdre Meldrum, who has been promoted to senior scientist.
The ability to diagnose and treat brain dysfunction without surgery may rely on a new method of non-invasive brain stimulation using pulsed ultrasound.
A national academic advising organization gives one of its top awards to student adviser in ASU's School of Biological and Health Sciences Engineering.
A team of researchers, led by an ASU professor, is engaged in a project to determine the effects of long-term physical stresses multi-touch devices place on us.
A group of ASU engineering students are preparing for the National Chem-E-Car Competition to test their chemical-powered vehicle against similar vehicles designed and built by student engineering teams from around the country.
ASU bioengineering students have won an international award for a presentation on their research into treatment of congenita1 heart disease.
Middle school students from throughout Arizona will take on a cosmic challenge at a summer science and engineering camp at ASU.
ASU researchers working on ways to help the world find sustainable solutions to its water-quality and wastewater-treatment problems were featured at an international conference.
Going beyond the call of duty to motivate and inspire students has helped computer science and engineering lecturer Mutsumi Nakamuri win one of ASU’s "Best Teacher" honors.
Associate professor Jenefer Husman is changing the way students enter engineering programs by exploring how personal motivation affects students' abilities to succeed in the field.
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