Chemical Engineering/Biology scholar at Mines, Kim Kacey, writes to us:
The pandemic seemed to throw a wrench into the world’s plans, forcing me to put a hold on my work and enter an adjustment period. I found myself itching to find creative projects that would challenge me outside of my... 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
As members of ARCS Colorado Chapter, we are all proud to grant scholar awards to our outstanding scholars each fall. Many of us enjoy meeting and talking with them at Meet and Greets and then honoring them at the Scholar Recognition Lunch every November. We also treasure our friendships with our fellow Chapter members... Read more
Brittany Close is pursuing her Bioengineering BS degree at the University of Colorado Denver, with the goal of attending medical school, then practicing obstetrics and gynecology. She recently wrote to tell us about her current research. “My original research focused on testing for the prevalence of antibiotic resistance by... Read more
Brittany Carr is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Mathematics at Colorado State University.
Ms. Carr is the president of her local Association for Women in Mathematics chapter, volunteers with mathematics outreach, and is the captain of an inner tube water polo team. She graduated with her Masters in Mathematics from CSU... Read more
Katie Schneider, M.S. Mechanical Engineering, Colorado School of Mines was unable to attend the scholar luncheon because she was at the Moonshot Morocco Youth Festival sponsored by the U.S. Embassy in Casablanca, Morocco. This event was for high school and university Moroccan students interested in STEM. After the Inter House Team, of... Read more
The University Touchdown Club was the stunning venue for ARCS Colorado Chapter’s November 2019 Scholar Awards Luncheon. Gretchen Lee and her team from the UC College of Engineering and UC’s Advancement Office rolled out the Red Carpet for ARCS donors, scholars, members and guests. ARCS Chapter President, Sue Zoby, welcomed UC Chancellor Philip DiStefano who thanked... Read more
Musculoskeletal Biomechanics Laboratory, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Univeristy of Colorado at Colorado Springs
Emilie Henning is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs (UCCS). She received her Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from UCCS in August 2019. Prior... Read more