ASU’s Luminosity Lab secures $15 million donation from tech CEO
A large donation from the CEO of Workiva, which has an office in ASU’s SkySong innovation center, will enable the Fulton Schools’ Luminosity Lab to give ASU engineering students more opportunities to engage in research projects aimed at aiding the pursuit of creative solutions to some of the world’s biggest challenges. Students are expected to use the support to explore ways to address society’s urgent issues in education, healthcare and sustainability. With the additional support, Luminosity Lab projects will also be able to expand their research and development partnerships with companies and organizations around the world. Students are chosen to participate based on their demonstrated leadership and advocacy for their communities.