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Launching the New Design of Experiments Specialization

In a world defined by constant and complex change, the team at Arizona State University’s Office of Global Outreach and Extended Education, or GOEE, is dynamically expanding opportunities for professional development and knowledge advancement.

Working with Uncertainty

Dr. Esma Gel is no stranger to uncertainty. In fact, she enjoys building data tools that explicitly consider how to manage it.

Mastering Quality and Process Improvement With Six Sigma

Businesses are always striving to be better, faster and more efficient. The ultimate goal is achieving Six Sigma — or less than 3.4 defects out of a million iterations of a process, or as close to perfect as is reasonably possible. The leaders responsible for making this happen require a mastery of statistics, technology and management.

ASU Creates Network Of Young Scientists in Southeast Asia

Arizona State University is preparing young scientists to improve environmental sustainability, health and economic development through social entrepreneurship across Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam.

ASU Engineering Ranks in U.S. News’ Top 10 Best Online Programs

The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University ranks among the top 10 online engineering graduate programs in the country according to U.S.

Mastering a Sustainable Future for the Built Environment

The following article by Monique Clement was posted in its entirety on the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering Full Circle magazine. 

Advancing Construction Education through Real-Word Projects

The following article by Monique Clement was posted in its entirety on the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering Full Circle magazine. 

Discounted Lean Six Sigma classes now available for faculty, staff

This summer, ASU faculty, and staff are invited to enroll in a discounted express Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification session or choose one of five, one-day Yellow Belt sessions. The Green Belt certification includes a more in-depth program or service evaluation, while the Yellow Belt teaches the language and structure of Lean Six Sigma. 

Spotlight — Scott Danielson

In May 2016, President Barack Obama made his first visit to Vietnam. During his opening remarks at a press conference with Vietnamese President Trần Đại Quang, Obama proudly referenced American academic and technology leaders spearheading efforts to improve Vietnamese STEM education. In this list, he named only one university, Arizona State University (ASU).

Vietnamese scholars study at ASU to advance Ho Chi Minh City’s Smart City efforts

A recent $1 million investment from Intel Products Vietnam helped Arizona State University to sponsor six Vietnamese scholars for one-year master’s fellowships to speed the transformation of Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) into an innovative Smart City by 2025.