ARCS scholar Sarah Neshat experienced her first thrill of science in an after-school program at her Oakland middle school. “I distinctly recall learning about nanotechnology and electric circuits as a 13-year old while soldering things together,” she says.
She credits Techbridge, the nonprofit program that focuses on getting young, underrepresented... Read more
ARCS Utah board member Ruth Novak has gravitas as a woman whose career and life have exemplified success and the importance of STEM. Novak was recently honored by the Women Tech Council with its first ever Lifetime Achievement Award. Fellow Utah ARCS member Janene Muller was emotional presenting the award... Read more
ARCS Atlanta Members, our much anticipated 2022 Scholar Awards Celebration is just around the corner on November 17, 2022 from 4-6PM. We continue to navigate to the newly re-imagined in-person event themed “Focus on the Future”. It will be a fun time and a true treat to see everyone.
ARCS member Patty Jones had no role models of women in science when she was growing up, but her desire to learn was unstoppable and mirrored by her twin sister Cathy. The twins were the first ones in their family to go to college, and they have continued careers in... Read more
Devin Palmer’s path to the focus of his PhD research was step by step, as he discovered the science that holds the most intense interest to him – epilepsy research. About a third of individuals with epilepsy “have seizures that go untreated, thus there is still a need for novel treatment... Read more