Welcome to the Spring 2020 Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative (FURI) Symposium!
Our students have been working on research into innovative solutions to real-world challenges in data, education, energy, health, security and sustainability.
Access to research activities from students’ first semester is a core value of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. Together with highly regarded faculty, first-year students through doctoral candidates collaborate on use-inspired research.
Students conducting research in FURI and the Master’s Opportunity for Research in Engineering (MORE) programs have spent the past semester conceptualizing an idea, developing a plan and investigating their research question.
You’ll also see research and creative projects at the symposium that explore the National Academy of Engineering Grand Challenges through the Grand Challenges Scholars Program (GCSP) and apply an entrepreneurial mindset with projects funded by the ASU Kern Project’s KEEN Student Mini-Grants.
These programs advance students’ skills in innovation, independent thinking and problem-solving that will support their future pursuits and careers. High-level research also opens doors to opportunities for scholarships, internships, graduate research and travel to prestigious conferences.
We are proud of what our students have accomplished and we’re excited to share their work with you.