Fulton Schools Convocation ceremonies
Congratulations to the more than 3,900 Spring 2023 graduates of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering!
We are so proud of you and can’t wait to see your impact on the world!
See it all again!
Revisit some of best moments of the Spring 2023 Convocation. As they are available, we’ll add links to ceremony videos and image galleries.
Keep checking back for updates!
You’re Ready Video
Convocation check-in photos
Where's my diploma?
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Meet the exceptional graduates of Spring 2023
Each semester the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering recognizes students who have worked diligently to excel academically and contribute to advancing the Fulton Schools mission. Meet the future of engineering and engineering sciences!
Social sharing and keepsakes
Let’s get social!
Get your ASU virtual backgrounds, social media filters, cover photos and profile images to showcase your achievements. Be sure to tag #ASUGrad and #ASUEngineering!
You can order special gift items including t-shirts featuring all graduates names, Kukui Spirit necklaces, fresh flower bouquets, orchid leis and more.
The big 2023 is up!
Stop by the big 2023 statue in front of Old Main on the Tempe campus to take photos! When you share, tag us! #ASUEngineering
Our graduates in the news
Each semester, ASU News publishes profiles of notable ASU graduates. Below are the Fulton Schools Spring 2023 graduates who are being featured by ASU News.
ASU graduate combines passion for twirling performance, technology
Cody Carter is graduating this spring from the School of Arts, Media and Engineering with a bachelor’s degree in digital culture (theatre). Carter brought more than a decade of experience in baton twirling to Arizona State University…
ASU graduate impacts manufacturing engineering research
Zachary Goode was surprised to learn that many of the undergraduate programs in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University offered research experience — an opportunity…
From the stage to the lab: How master’s student balances life
When people think of being in a band, an interest in engineering does not often come to mind. Trixia Dela Rosa proves that idea wrong, splitting her time between her…
ASU technological leadership graduate launches career at Raytheon Missiles and Defense
When he graduates in May, Jason Alexandre will begin his position at Raytheon Missiles and Defense in Tucson. Read more on ASU News
Accomplishments in academics, research, community service earn ASU graduate Impact Award
Spring 2023 Arizona State University graduate Leslie Miller earned an Impact Award for her outstanding academic, research and community service achievements.
Military service inspires outstanding ASU grad to pursue engineering
Brendan Dee Adair chose to study environmental and resource management after gaining exposure to the field while deployed with the U.S. Army in Romania. During his undergraduate studies at ASU,…
Computer science allows ASU grad to bridge creativity and logic
Michelle Houchins has been inspired by women in engineering and, in the future, hopes to be a leader making STEM and technology accessible to girls.
Informatics empowers ASU grad to innovate
Patrick Wojcik is looking forward to using his degree to make a positive change in the world, helping implement innovative solutions and streamline processes.
Palais Award winner succeeds academically and gains Qualcomm job
Ashwin Chandwani’s doctoral research in power electronics converters led to 12 journal and 18 conference publications and two patents pending or issued.
Computer science empowers ASU grad to make big impacts
When Ananay Arora taught himself to code at age 11, he had no idea where that would take him. The years since, especially his undergrad and graduate time at ASU,…
ASU grad amplifies underrepresented voices in engineering
ASU doctoral degree graduate Fantasi Nicole explored the struggles of Black women pursuing engineering doctoral degrees in her dissertation while making a difference in her community through outreach and service.
Impact Award winner advocates for girls and women in STEM
Electrical engineering graduate student Swetha Manickavasagam pursued her passion for diversifying STEM education through extracurricular activities. She volunteered for organizations that advocate for girls’ STEM education and became heavily involved…
Attorney and Impact Award winner gains electrical engineering skills
Attorney Jonathan Ko decided to pursue an electrical engineering degree online to enhance his patent law knowledge or change his career focus to engineering.
ASU graduate stands out as gifted student, researcher and yo-yo artist
Nicholas Ho, a computer science and mathematics major, has carried a 4.0 GPA and engaged in high-level research throughout his undergraduate career....
Spring graduate focuses on maximizing opportunities, connections at ASU
Tallin Speek is pursuing a Master of Global Management from the ASU Thunderbird School of Global Management through the 4 +1 program.
ASU graduate shares how STEM, creativity merge in engineering
Learning and discovery go beyond academia — often, the greatest insights come from discovering oneself. For this spring grad, tapping into creativity and delving into STEM resulted in surprising revelations…