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Former ARCS Foundation National President and member of the Atlanta and Metro Washington Chapters, Mary Snitch, has been selected as the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Spotlight Member for April 2013. In the interview, Mary spent a good deal of time introducing ARCS Foundation to the AIAA readership and detailing the common interests and goals of the 2 organizations. Thank you, Mary and Congratulations!
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The story of ARCS® Foundation begins at a moment when America was startled by a rocket. On October 4, 1957, the Soviet launching of a small satellite into orbit around Earth fascinated and alarmed America. At the height of the Cold War, the USSR’s action created a mild panic in America. For our freedom and well-being, we could not allow any country to surpass us in scientific accomplishments. In 1958 a group of bright and visionary women in Los Angeles banded together to meet the challenge. This group met with California Institute of Technology President Lee DuBridge to discuss what they could do to make a difference. Together they created a unique partnership between science and society: ARCS Foundation.