Career development

Constructing a legacy

The construction industry is poised to grow dramatically during the next decade. In Arizona, there is demand for every type of structure from affordable houses to large industrial complexes, not to mention roadways and bridges needed to serve everyone now calling Arizona home.

In order for those buildings to take shape, there is a connected demand for the skilled trade workers and the construction management personnel who are vital to each project’s success.

ASU's Fluid Power Vehicle Challenge team places 3rd at annual competition

Students swiftly putting the finishing touches on their fluid power vehicles; professors and mentors anxiously watching as teams make their way to the starting line; and judges and industry members looking forward to seeing student creativity and collaboration at its finest.

The scene was lively at the 2021-2022 Fluid Power Vehicle Challenge this past April in Littleton, Colorado.

Educating the force

The U.S. Naval Community College (USNCC) announced the selection of Arizona State University as its partner for the Pilot II organizational leadership associate degree program June 28, highlighting a newer area of collaboration between ASU and the Department of Defense.

Creative force: GIT Awards motivate students to make an impact with messaging, design

Visual communicators almost always work in the background as they employ a variety of technologies to generate awareness and interest, evoke emotion and inspire change or action. But while we see the results of their efforts almost everywhere, all the skills and labor that go into the work are rarely apparent.