ABC15 featured Tom Sugar’s breakthrough exoskeleton technology developed to assist Air Force aerial porters move cargo weighing up to 10,000-pounds and avoid injury.
Arizona State University students overcame a challenging year and earned 14th place at the AIAA Design/Build/Fly competition with an innovative aircraft design.
A graphic information technology scholarship established by Dr. Thomas Schildgen has empowered his continued dedication to the field and its students.
In this role, Johnson looks forward to contributing his expertise and collaborating with other experts to further advance energy access in developing countries.
Christina Carrasquilla, graphic information technology senior lecturer, achieves Adobe Creative Campus Faculty Fellow certification.
The Fulton Schools offers a weeklong immersive experience called SEE@ASU to explore the 25 fields of engineering the Fulton Schools offers as undergraduate majors.
The Aviation Programs offer degrees that combine academic studies with professional flight and aviation training.
Degree options: BS in air transportation management, BS in air traffic management, BS in professional flight, BS in unmanned aerial systems, BAS in aviation, MS Tech in aviation management and human factors
Engineering students work in interdisciplinary teams to solve real-world challenges in dedicated creative spaces that foster innovation.
This program lives at the intersections of creativity, visual design and technology, preparing students to create visual content for multi-channel distribution in print, web, photo, video and animation.
Learn to start, finance and operate businesses and nonprofit organizations.
At the Polytechnic School, you can make innovation the norm.
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