Graduate Recruitment Events
Thank you for your interest in visiting the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University! We are hosting two on-campus events for prospective graduate students this fall. We invite you to attend one or both events, depending upon your interests and availability.
Students who are interested in visiting us to get more information about pursuing a graduate degree with the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering are invited to complete the travel grant application form. Approximately 40 students will be selected to receive a travel grant of $250 or more, depending upon actual travel expenses. Selected recipients will receive an award letter via email with a maximum reimbursement amount and instructions for submitting your travel reimbursement request.
- September 19: Travel grant application opens
- Sept 19-Oct 15: Travel grant applications are accepted and awarded on a rolling basis
- October 15: Travel grant application submission deadline
- October 17: All applicants will be notified if they have been selected for a travel grant/reimbursement
ASU Graduate School Conference
Thursday, October 25, 2018, 8:30am-6:00pm
Join us for an all-day event to learn more about the 40+ master’s and doctoral degree programs offered by the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. This conference-style event offers a variety of panels and breakout sessions that will allow you to meet faculty and staff across the Fulton Schools, introduce you to our research and academic programs, and provide you with the tools and knowledge to help you stand out when applying to graduate school. We will also have a graduate school fair with representatives from colleges across ASU and universities across the nation. Breakfast, lunch, and an afternoon networking session with appetizers are included.
|8:30-9:20||Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering Welcome Breakfast||Gold|
|9:30-10:00||ASU Welcome & Graduate Admissions Presentation||Ventana|
|10:15-11:00||Panel: How to Make Yourself Stand Out for Graduate School||Ventana|
|11:00-4:00||Graduate School Fair||Ventana|
|11:15-12:00||Breakout Session: Aerospace, Chemical, Materials, and Mechanical Engineering
The School for the Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy (SEMTE) will present exciting aspects of graduate education – from the classroom to the research laboratory. We will present an overview of the school, introduction to the various programs within SEMTE, and a description of the various MS and PhD degrees available. Academic advisors will also be available to answer program specific questions.MS – Aerospace Engineering
MS – Chemical Engineering
MS – Materials Science & Engineering (Online)
MS – Materials Science & Engineering (On-Campus)
MS – Mechanical Engineering
MS – Modern Energy Production & Sustainable Use (new fall 2019)
MS – Robotics & Autonomous Systems (new spring 2019)
PSM – Solar Energy Engineering & Commercialization
PhD – Aerospace Engineering
PhD – Chemical Engineering
PhD – Environmental Engineering
PhD – Materials Science & Engineering
PhD – Mechanical Engineering
|1:15-2:00||Breakout Session: Computing, Informatics & Decision Systems Engineering
The School of Computing, Informatics & Decision Systems Engineering (CIDSE) will discuss the opportunities for graduate studies in computer engineering, computer science, industrial engineering, and software engineering. Attendees will receive an overview of the school, learn about the master’s and doctoral programs available, and discover the exciting research being done by faculty and students.
|2:15-3:00||Breakout Session #1: Biomedical Engineering PhD & MS Programs
Program chair Dr. Buneo and graduate student advisor, Laura Hawes and possibly faculty will be available to discuss the MS and PhD program, admission process and application requirements
Breakout Session #2: School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment Facilities Tour
#2: Meet outside Gold
|3:15-4:00||Breakout Session: What do mentorship, virtual reality, makerspaces, and inclusion have in common? Connecting your passions to your PhD program. What will be your impact?
Through breakout session examples and activities, our goal is to illustrate the breadth of topics that are included within the field of engineering education and to highlight the potential impact of scholarship in this field. Guided by the four topics called out in the session’s title (all of which are research topics within the field of engineering education), participants in this workshop will:
Contact FSEgrad@asu.edu with questions.
SEMTE Window of Opportunity
Friday, October 26, 2018, 8:30am-3:30pm
The School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy (SEMTE) invite you to join us for an event showcasing our master’s and doctoral degree programs and the opportunity to meet current students and faculty in our graduate programs. This event is open to students who are interested in the following graduate programs:
- Chemical Engineering
- Environmental Engineering
- Materials Science & Engineering
- Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
- Modern Energy Production & Sustainable Use
- Robotics & Autonomous Systems
- Solar Energy Engineering & Commercialization
Contact SEMTEGrad@asu.edu with questions.