Autonomous Vehicles Colorado (AvCo), a program designed to improve public transportation using advanced technologies, announced today the deployment of the nation’s largest fleet of low-speed, autonomous electric shuttles in multiple cities across Colorado. Service was launched August 10, 2021 at... Read more
Jeannie Lindley’s love of science was sparked in high school by teachers who encouraged her to do field work abroad and to embrace environmental advocacy. Teaching became her focus after exploring Teaching Assistant positions within the University of Colorado at Boulder’s Environmental, Population, Organismic Biology BA program.
Allison Sabel, MD, PhD, MPH is the Medical Director of Clinical Data and Analytics at Denver Health and a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Biostatistics and Informatics at the Colorado School of Public Health. Dr. Sabel has provided leadership and direction to enterprise-wide clinical data reporting and clinical... Read more
Nancy Fierer’s introduction to ARCS was an invitation from Colorado ARCS member Nancy Kellogg to an ARCS’ scholar luncheon. Great conversations with several students convinced her that ARCS was an organization she wanted to support. Nancy and her husband Dr. Robert Fierer, have been coming to Colorado regularly for over 20... Read more
Leah Montera. As Director of Development for University of Colorado Denver campus, Leah creates connections with benefactors and matches passions with CU Denver initiatives. She primarily serves as a liaison to the College of Engineering, Design and Computing fundraising efforts.
Previously, Leah served as assistant director of development... Read more
We spotlighted CU Anschutz scholar William Mundo in our Spring 2021 Newsletter. Since then, ARCS National has interviewed him and put up a more comprehensive profile on the National Website. Here is the link to read more about this amazing scholar.
Sean Hansen is an inspiring example of the scientists of the future. This University of Colorado Denver ARCS scholar biochemistry/bioengineering double major graduates in May with several honors and is giving his department’s graduation speech. He has already been accepted to the MS program for neuro/bioengineering. His senior project... Read more
Mundo writes, “As a first-generation student who comes from an underrepresented background, being part of the (ARCS) community has been uplifting. Being a medical student during the pandemic has presented unique challenges, but I also think it has prepared me for future challenges in medicine. I have been completing my... Read more