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Engineering | Fulton Engineering Education Outreach

The NSTI Scholars Program

 

The NSTI Scholars Program, supported by the US Department of Transportation, Arizona Department of Transportation, and the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, is a 9-month scholars program to engage participants in transportation engineering and the many types of engineers, from aerospace to software, who plan and maintain our systems of transportation around the state of Arizona. Participants will have the opportunity to enroll in college level coursework and have access to workshops on a variety of topics to prepare them for college and the application process. 

Review the NSTI Scholars Program Frequently Asked Questions.

NSTI Scholars Virtual Welcome

ASU Admissions presentation at the NSTI Scholars Virtual Welcome event.

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Del E. Webb School of Construction Management presentation as part of the NSTI Scholars Virtual Welcome event.

Elizabeth Dover
Del E. Webb School of Construction Management
School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
edover1@asu.edu

ASU Engineering Student Panel

Cindy Rogel Bahena – Materials Science and Engineering
Sonia Valdez – Informatics and Digital Culture
Edward Apraku – Civil Engineering
Marisela Arias – Environmental Engineering

Welcome to NSTI Scholars program and Q & A with Dr. Tirupalavanam Ganesh and Jennifer Velez.

Steve Navis
Workforce Development Program Manager, Arizona Department of Transportation

Dr. Tirupalavanam Ganesh
Tooker Professor & Assistant Dean of Engineering Education
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

Jennifer Velez, M.Ed.
Program Coordinator Senior
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering