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
A top-notch gymnast as a young girl, it was the athletic art of pole vaulting that captured Michelle Karabin’s attention as a teenager—and helped her become a sports champion while an undergraduate at Carnegie Mellon University.
“It was the best feeling ever when you clear the bar, especially during... Read more
Astronomers are excited about the James Webb Space Telescope. “The Webb in its first five days already made discoveries that people have been waiting three decades for,” says Ori Fox PhD, an Instrument Scientist at the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, MD.
In a nail-biting race to the very end, but when the clock struck midnight on June 1, 2022, the annual ARCS Chapter Challenge came to a close with ARCS Phoenix Chapter pulling out the victory and winning top prizes in two separate categories.
The chapter received a $2,500 Scholar... Read more