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Growing support from the National Institutes of Health shows research by ASU biomedical engineering faculty is tackling major medical challenges.
Students in the GIT program on the Polytechnic campus are learning how to make things look good and work well. And they’re in great demand.
Building a new home for your alma mater is the ultimate final exam. These alumni passed with honors.
Innovative Showcase at the Polytechnic campus highlighted the work of student teams that created innovative and imaginative solutions to meet a variety of challenges.
A new research center will focus on developing advanced methods for dealing with contaminants in water systems.
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
A new research project will look at ways to propel the evolution of the textbook as a tool for personalized learning and educational collaboration.
Engineering professor Paul Westerhoff is taking on major responsibilities in positioning ASU to reach its research goals
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