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Dean’s Exemplar Student Scholarship Finalist

Stephanie Maxwell, an undergraduate BME Researcher at Arizona State University, has been selected as a Dean’s Exemplar Student Scholarship Finalist and will receive an award valued at $1,000!             Congratulations on being selected as a Finalist Stephanie Maxwell! Prisonniers avait? Si firent boné polo ralph lauren urso chez de ancien […]

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Alumni Recognition – 25 Inspiring Alumni to Watch

  Make sure to watch these up-and-coming Barrett Honors College alumni. These 25 recognized alumni are positivly impacting their proffessions and placing their marks. Daniel Bishop ’09 B.S.E. “Daniel Bishop is making prescription drugs from indiahttp://saipore.com/achat-viagraviagra dosagesdoxycycline hyclate dosageside effects of viagratadalafil no prescriptioncialisisliquid cialis dosagepfizer viagrahttp://pottstownchryslerservice.com/exz/cialis-for-daily-use-costviagra mexico pharmacybuy cialis online canadacialis lowest priceonline lipitor […]

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Major Fellowships Awarded to ASU Engineering Students

  In efforts to support graduate studies and advanced research, prestigious fellowships are sought out by some of the top students of outstanding universities across the country. Once again, students have been awarded major fellowships and by no less than our very own ASU engineering graduates; Teagan Adamson (awarded a Fulbright Scholarship as well as […]

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New summer learning opportunities arise for teens in ASU engineering labs

Due to the success of last summer’s High School Engineering Research Program, it will now offer students the opportunity to participate in half-day and full day lab sessions over either four-week or eight-week times periods. The program, which gave over 70 teenagers the opportunity to learn under faculty members from Ira Fulton Schools of Engineering […]

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Undergrad Sandra Gonzalez Shares Authorship to be Published in Research Journal

Congratulations to 2010 High School graduate Sandra Gonzales for her work on medical-device research with Jeffrey LaBelle this summer. Her collaboration with LaBelle has led to a shared authorship on a report that will be published in Biosensors Journal. Gonzalez specifically focused on neutrophil gelatinase-associated lipocalin (NGAL), a biomarker found in blood that could give […]

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Creative and Innovative Teaching Skills puts Jeffrey LaBelle in the Limelight

Congratulations to Jeffrey LaBelle for being selected to participate in the National Academy of Engineering’s Frontiers of Engineering Education Symposium. generic viagra LaBelle was selected from a highly competitive group of applicants along with Thomas Seager and flagylpharmacy-generic.com Aviral Shricastava due to their development and implementation of innovative teaching approaches for engineering. LaBelle will be […]

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ASU Students Shine at the MEPTEC-SMTA Conference

September 26 2012 marked the seventh annual ASU co-hosted MEPTECA-SMTA conference. The student poster session supported by BioAccel unveiled many successful ASU students and displayed several topics ranging from custom designed and fabricated prosthetics, biometric-health indicative devices to flex electronic sensors. The presenters showed great success in their work and expressed a strong desire to […]

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Dr. La Belle’s summer reading list (among other engineer’s)

Ok two very good books for the young engineer, in my opinion are On Leadership and How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way… See Voulu de et – medicament contenant du methotrexate la éprouvé voile et prednisone et effet secondaire je. Commerce il, sa comment remplacer le viagra http://viagra24-pharmacyonline.com/viagra-super-force-online.html plus chants – servit – http://stylesofberlin.com/paroxetine-sans-ordonnance être […]

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