Thomas Fujibayashi

Systems Support Analyst
University Staff
TEMPE Campus


Originally from Chicago, Tom moved to Arizona in 1984, where he earned an associate degree in electronics.  Tom's ASU career began in 1989 when he was hired by Engineering Technical Services as a Field Service Technician, where he worked on a wide variety of hardware, from Laser perimeters that were very new at the time, to Mainframes including Digital, CONVEX, MASPAR and INTEL.  In 2008 he began providing desktop support for Chemical Engineering and Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.  When Fulton School of Engineering merged its 10 schools into 5, he moved to the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment (SEBE) as well as the School of Energy, Matter and Transportation (SEMTE), which eventually evolved into supporting solely SEBE, where he helped the school with all aspects of IT support. In 2013 and 2014 he aided in bringing the College Avenue Commons to life.  As a gear head he enjoys working on cars and motorcycles and is addicted to commuting to work via bicycle.  He enjoys time with his family, though since his daughter started attending ASU in Fall 2014 semester, he sees her more on campus than at home.