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Intel, ASU partner with Vietnamese engineers to develop ‘smart’ objects, infrastructure

The Arizona State University campus this fall welcomed 20 faculty members from the Vietnam National University-Ho Chi Minh City system, who came to campus to learn more about the emerging Internet of Things (IoT) field.

Grants expand Fulton Schools educational outreach in Southeast Asia

The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering take pride in producing graduates who benefit from innovative and hands-on classroom projects, collaborative campus workspaces and impactful student programs.

So why not promote these breakthroughs in engineering education across the globe?

Recent grants will further Fulton Schools initiatives that aim to do just that.

Building ‘teaching and learning communities’ is key to improving education

American Founding Father Benjamin Franklin expressed in characteristically concise and pithy fashion his view on effective education: “Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.”

Keeping the stats on Connie Borror

ASU statistics professor — the first woman ever to win the Shewhart Medal — sees wide-ranging applications for statistics

What do golf balls and the staff of your local pharmacy have in common?

They can both benefit from data analysis.

Student Testimonial: "Company Savings"

Michael Flatley recently received his master of engineering in quality and reliability engineering, along with Black Belt Six Sigma certification from Arizona State University’s Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.

Student Testimonial: "I am more marketable"

Tyler Nelson, a graduate from University of Arizona in computer engineering, recently finished his master’s degree in computer software engineering at Arizona State University through the Global Outreach and Extended Education (GOEE) program for the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.

Master Black Belt candidates move closer to certification

Nine business professionals recently completed the Master Black Belt (MBB) program at ASU, putting them a step closer to achieving the Master Black Belt certification.

Montgomery honored for achieving elite stature in his field of engineering

Douglas Montgomery has attained one of the highest levels of recognition for exceptional achievement and leadership in his profession. The Arizona State University industrial engineer was recently elected as an Honorary Member of ASQ — formerly the American Society for Quality.

ASU, Aerojet Rocketdyne embark on endeavors

Long-term collaborations spanning a range of research and education efforts, workforce development and philanthropic activities are some goals set forth in an agreement between ASU and Aerojet Rocketdyne.

New ASU engineering program designed to broaden solar energy expertise

Engineers who will help lead renewable energy development in Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, are getting the specialized training they’ll need through a new solar energy education program at Arizona State University.

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