- Fulbright award will take computer scientist to France for advanced research
- ASU engineers have role in national effort to better protect water quality
- U.S. Marine Corps prepared R. J. Mitchell well for being an engineer
- ASU among 12 institutions teaming up to promote reflection in learning
- Building proteins to counteract cancer
- Mapping flow of bio-electrical current to reveal brain’s inner workings
- Renowned space and earth explorer joins ASU faculty
- Veteran Evan Benson’s injuries threatened his college dreams
- Military duty – and goal of going to ASU – put veteran back on track
- Homecoming 2014 Photo Gallery
- Ross Maciejewski: Providing new ways to look at the world
- Advances in robotics technology promise performance boost in prosthetic hands
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Growing up in a family of military men, R. J. Mitchell had one goal in mind: to be a warrior in service to his country. Two weeks before his 21st birthday […]
After a traumatic brain injury in Afghanistan, veteran Evan Benson wasn’t sure he could remember well enough to succeed in college.
Beau Bock credits his experiences in the U.S. Army and at Arizona State University with putting his life on an upward trajectory.
It was written in the sparks: Homecoming 2014 was a blast. Thanks to everyone who spent the day with us.
A monument to excellence in craftsmanship, innovation, sustainability and efficiency, the stairway in College Avenue Commons also is a testament to gratitude, individual achievement and beauty.
An ambitious freshman comes to ASU with the promise of building on an already exemplary record of engineering laboratory endeavors.
ASU engineering professor Mark Henderson is honored with a humanitarian award for leading a program enabling students and faculty to aid communities in developing countries.
Engineering professor Paul Westerhoff is taking on major responsibilities in positioning ASU to reach its research goals
The group of foremost scientists and engineers who advise U.S. Air Force leaders will be presided over by an ASU aerospace and mechanical engineer
Paul Johnson, dean of ASU’s Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, is recognized for work to protect human health from impacts of soil and water contaminants