- Fulton Schools dean honored for environmental engineering achievements
- Haynes makes case to Congress for sustaining synthetic biology research
- Innovative medical device modeling software sparks tech startup
- Work on contaminant removal methods earns research paper awards
- Giving engineering teachers measure for success in classroom
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The story behind the challenge facing a new tech startup provides lessons about how personal commitment ignites the entrepreneurial spirit
ASU engineering professor Sethuraman “Panch” Panchanathan will serve on the U.S National Science Board, which advises national leaders on science and technology policy
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Each year, the faculty of Arizona State University’s College of Technology and Innovation recognizes students for academic excellence
Exemplary academic performance as well as leadership efforts and support of student organizations were among achievements of ASU’s Outstanding Engineering Graduates for the 2014 spring semester
Distinguished graduates in ASU’s Fulton Schools of Engineering for the 2014 spring semester made contributions in and beyond the classroom — in community service, education outreach, student leadership and entrepreneurship
ASU engineering students participating in the international Clinton Global Initiative University conference hope to boost their efforts to help solve societal challenges
Marlynn Radford-Brown persevered through academic detours and personal loss. Now she’s interviewing nationally and considering law school.
Karl and Stephanie Lauk have graduated from ASU together with degrees in electrical engineering, and join the rest of their family as ASU alumni.
Andres Neal is getting his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering, an accomplishment he could not imagine as a kid living in a paper shack in Mexico.