E+I @ Fulton Schools in the News
Arizona State University is offering a unique new degree that will teach students from any background how to launch a successful venture. Learn more about the Master of Science in innovation and venture development here!
ASU's Entrepreneurship + Innovation group through the Fulton Schools of Engineering hosted last week's 4th annual Innovation Open and awarded over $300k in cash prizes to student-led teams from around the country! Check out which groups won through ASU Now!
Amazon and the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering have partnered to fund ideas that will innovate voice technology capabilities
The Amazon Alexa Venture Challenge, which is part of ASU’s Startup Funding Network and is organized by Entrepreneurship + Innovation at the Fulton Schools, allows student startups to compete for a chance to earn up to $50,000 in seed grant funding by building...
The Engineering Projects in Community Service, or EPICS, program in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University, provides student teams the opportunity to work on projects focused on developing solutions to real-world problems in communities...
EnKoat founders and ASU grads, Aashay Arora and Matthew Aguayo, have been named to Forbes "30 Under 30" list. Learn more about EnKoat paint and how it is being put to use in Arizona here.
Over the years, ASU has developed a strong reputation for its innovative approaches. Now, ASU has been recognized on a national level by the U.S. News and World Report for that creative approach to education. Learn more here.
Mentorship and funding drive ventures, 5 women share their stories and advice with ASU Now....learn more here.
Two ASU Fulton Engineering alums receive $500k funding deal from ABC’s “Shark Tank” for wireless charging device
Interested in this story about two ASU Engineering Alums who talked three Shark Tank investors into a last-minute deal for $500K? Learn more here!
An ASU student has won $35,000 for inventing a therapy device that could change his life and help thousands of people who can't walk, learn more via ASU Now news here!