As a young ARCS® Atlanta Chapter Scholar at Morehouse College in 1996, Dr. Jason K. Sello found a passion for studying viruses. His interest was piqued when he realized that understanding a virus at the molecular level could lead to insight on how to combat it. Twenty years... Read more
Mind over matter—a phrase meant to draw out mental fortitude in a time of physical exhaustion. For University of Pittsburgh ARCS® Scholar Christopher Hughes, this phrase takes on new meaning as he works with a quadriplegic patient to use his brain to move a robotic arm from a few feet... Read more
New ARCS® Atlanta Chapter member Vikki Millender-Morrow carries a natural spark that brings programs to life. Through 20 years at AT&T and now as a seasoned Chief Executive Officer for the National Black Arts Festival (NBAF), she uses her role to create order, financial stability, and innovative programs.
ARCS Oregon scholar Mollie Marr received the inaugural "Women In Academic Medicine Health Professional In-training Award" on January 29 at OHSU. Congratulations to Mollie!
The Health Professional In-training Award recognizes a student, resident, fellow, or postdoc who has made significant contributions in research, clinical care, education, service, or policy while... Read more
ARCS® Foundation (Achievement Rewards for College Scientists Foundation, Inc.) has released its fiscal year 2018 Annual Report. The report presents the nationwide public report of investments and achievements by 15 regional ARCS chapters during the 2017-18 academic year.
Among the key facts and accomplishments noted in the report are:
Our past president Penny Papadopoulos just added another feather to her cap by being selected as the 2018 Phoenix Chapter ARCS Light. Two of Penny’s other ‘feathers’ include a BS degree from Texas Woman’s University and a MSN from the University of Michigan. But Penny will likely tell you her... Read more