Representatives from Arizona State University and the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering are coming to India to visit with students interested in furthering their education and careers. Meet Dr. Patrick Phelan, Dr. Usha Jagannathan, and Dr. Raghu Santanam, get to know the Fulton Schools of Engineering, learn about why you should pursue your studies with us, and ask your questions about engineering at ASU.
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Dr. Usha Jagannathan
Dr. Usha Jagannathan is a lecturer and graduate program chair for the Information Technology program. She has been teaching in the IT academia both for onsite and online for 16 years, with expertise in databases, web programming, and online curriculum design. Prior to joining ASU, she worked as a Senior IT Consultant serving corporate clients nationwide through a subsidiary of The Washington Post Co. One of her papers for ‘Infusion of Virtual Labs in IT and Engineering Degree Programs’ earned the best keynote presenter award in the International Multi-Conference on Complexity, Informatics and Cybernetics, Orlando, Florida in March 2015. During a recent Data Summit conference at MIT in June 2018, she facilitated a round table panel discussion sharing her insights on best practices for driving university program rankings using Big Data and learning analytics. She directly mentors capstone students on NASA funded Psyche projects, as well as General Dynamics projects through ASU. She is the founder and faculty advisor for NerdHerd student club that fosters innovation by showcasing cutting edge technology projects, conducting Hackathons and facilitates technical seminars/workshops by industry experts.
Dr. Jagannathan will be in Chennai and Bangalore.
Prospective students are invited to attend one of the upcoming events and learn more about earning a graduate degree in the engineering field from the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at ASU–recognized by the Institute of International Education as the #1 public university in the U.S. chosen by international students.