- GIT student honored by Education Malaysia
- Q&A with Shawn Jordan: Building epic machines, winning prestigious awards
- College Avenue Commons: A monument to innovation and construction
- ASU engineers have growing role in renowned Chautauqua dialogues
- Engineering major starts first year ahead of the game in research prowess
- Leadership of GlobalResolve earns engineering professor humanitarian award
- State of mind: Startup receives funding for brain-optimizing wearable tech
- Panchanathan named one of ASU’s Outstanding Doctoral Mentors
- Panchanathan receives national innovation, entrepeneurship appointment
- VOCTEC, IUCN deliver micro-hydro energy workshop in Fiji
- EPA fellowship aids student’s research for safer use of nanotechnology
- Promising work on imaging technology earns NSF CAREER award
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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.
Nearly 3,200 students participated in the Fall 2014 Fulton Schools Career Fair.
Fulton Schools Career Center experts urge students to learn job search skills through rigorous pursuit of internship opportunities
ASU professor Bruce Rittmann’s work to combine microbiology with engineering has earned him an international award from two of the world’s leading science and engineering organizations
Do plant-based fuels offer a realistic reprieve from a fossil-powered future? An ASU engineer examines the full life cycle of biofuels through cultivation, production and beyond.
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