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Soon after the College of Applied Arts and Sciences was established in 1955, it became evident that the need for engineers was escalating. The community joined the university in an effort to develop an engineering college that could support technical industry in Arizona. In 1960 the University was accredited for all engineering programs.

For more information about the College of Engineering, please visit:http://www.eas.asu.edu/

Dr. Merle C. Nutt, Founding Dean Lee P. Thompson, Leighton King, Les Kravitz - College of Engineering, 1963

Dr. Merle C. Nutt, Assistant Professor; Founding Dean Lee P. Thompson
Leighton King; Les Kravitz, College of Engineering (1963)

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