E+I @ Fulton has gone virtual
From our Make It Happen series to Venture Devils, E+I @ Fulton is in full swing online and in the cloud. Magically leap into all of our virtual engagement opportunities by signing up for our weekly newsletter using the “Join the Innovators” form below.
Entrepreneurship + Innovation at the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering empowers all undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, staff, and alumni to leverage an entrepreneurial mindset to advance their ideas for the benefit of our economy and society.
E+I @ Fulton directly collaborates with Entrepreneurship + Innovation @ ASU, along with many other internal and external innovation leaders and organizations. Collectively, our goal is to enhance the synergy between technology-based innovation and entrepreneurship for all Sun Devils.
We have myriad makerspaces, innovative events, and a wide variety of entrepreneurial student organizations designed to boost your entrepreneurial skillset and mindset.
At the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, learning entrepreneurship and innovation is more than an art and a science – it’s a craft. Our innovative, hands-on engineering and entrepreneurial education opportunities await.
Ready to soar? The Venture Devils program guides student, faculty and community-based entrepreneurs through the process of launching a venture, by providing dedicated mentorship, as well as access to funding opportunities and work spaces.
Meet our Fulton KEEN Entrepreneurial Catalysts and book an appointment with them today.
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!