Community partnerships

Honeywell Aerospace prepares ASU engineering students for Industry 4.0

Engineering students at The Polytechnic School, one of the seven Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University, participate in a culture of experiential learning at the Polytechnic campus — one that isn’t confined to the pages of a textbook or instruction in the classroom. These opportunities are actively encouraged by industry leaders committed to supporting the next generation of engineers.

Creating the future of Arizona

For generations, every Arizona schoolchild learned that the state’s economy is based on the five Cs: cattle, cotton, copper, climate and citrus.

While they worked well for the Grand Canyon State in its first hundred years, the 21st century requires coders and engineers for Arizona to stay competitive and resilient through the type of shocks the past 20 years have dealt.

Former city executives endow position for visiting professional to share urban management experience

Public administration students learning urban management at Arizona State University will be able to tap into the expertise of a seasoned professional whose education-related activities will be funded by a new endowment.

The endowment from former Chandler City Manager Lloyd Harrell and his wife, Nancy, will fund the Harrell/Hutchinson Visiting Urban Management Professional program, the ASU Foundation for A New American University announced.

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