- Kenya project earns ASU engineering students national award
- ‘The Future of Me’: Technology is transforming traditional idea of the self
- Fainekos’ work on embedded cyber-physical systems earns NSF CAREER award
- ‘Big data’ advances could help solve health, energy challenges
- Sankar receives NSF CAREER award to conduct privacy research
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Chattopadhyay awarded Regents’ Professor distinction
Aditi Chattopadhyay is the ninth ASU engineering faculty member to be selected as a Regents’ Professor. She will be inducted on Feb. 6
Fall 2013 Outstanding and Distinguished ASU Engineering Graduates
Students who excelled in a range of pursuits – academics, leadership, research and community service – are the Fulton Engineering Schools’ Outstanding and Distinguished graduates
ASU-led national project aims at solar cell advances
Arizona State University engineers will lead a national project to develop a new photovoltaic cell to provide more efficient conversion of sunlight into electricity
Training center teaching industries how to provide safer workplaces
ASU is helping industries and organizations in several states provide safer work environments through its Occupational Safety and Health Administration Training Institute Education Center.
ASU-UNM team ready for prestigious Solar Decathlon competition
Posted: September 23, 2013 Culminating almost two years of work, Arizona State University’s first solar decathlon team is prepared for the U.S. Department of Energy 2013 Solar Decathlon competition Oct. […]
New tradition shows students, industry and construction school are “vested” in each other
The Del E. Webb School of Construction Programs hosted its first Vesting Ceremony sponsored by the Bechtel Corporation.
FlashFood student start-up gaining more momentum
FlashFood, the food-recovery venture started by ASU students to help people in need, wins an entrepreneurship grant from Ford Motor Company
Undergraduate engineering research program helps open paths to students’ success
An ASU computer scientist and his research team hopes to boost online security
The middle school team’s invention improves food safety, is inexpensive and safe to humans and the environment.