The 2019 ARCS Foundation All Members Conference (AMC) was held in Portland, OR, in September. According to ARCS Foundation National President (and longtime Atlanta chapter member) Sherry Lundeen, “The programs all had impressive speakers with such interesting knowledge to impart, and they did so in entertaining ways.”
Atlanta ARCS Scholar Terreill Robertson has a passion for his research in cartilage tissue engineering, a specialized field of regenerative medicine he learned about as a chemistry major at Morehouse College. Now in his senior year, Terreill plans to pursue a graduate degree in chemical or biomedical engineering after graduation... Read more
Honors continue for two of our members, Vikki Millender-Morrow and Michelle Wells!
Vikki was recently honored as one of the Atlanta Business League's Top 100 Black Women of Influence. Started in 1994, the list reflects black women in the metro Atlanta community who have reached senior level positions within their... Read more
It has been a year since the investment advisement of the Endowment Fund was transitioned to Montag & Associates, and Louise Yeoman, Endowment Funds Chair, says the results have been good! Since then, the Endowment Committee has implemented a formal investment policy and worked with Montag & Associates to rebalance... Read more
A self-described fan of in-depth academics, ARCS Scholar Daniel Moreno says he knew Georgia Tech was the place for him to pursue his graduate work when he saw the campus and the research labs. Having grown up in New York and attended Cooper Union for his undergraduate degree in mechanical... Read more
In early April, thirty ARCS members toured the Emory Proton Therapy Center, part of Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University. This facility is the only proton therapy center in Georgia, and one of only a few in the Southeast to offer this leading-edge type of radiation treatment. For a closer... Read more
Congratulations to Leslie Petter, whom the Atlanta Nominating Committee recently tapped to serve as President-elect in 2019-20 and then as President in the following two years, succeeding Susan McGonigle.
Leslie has been an ARCS Foundation Atlanta member since 2009, serving as VP of Administration, Special Events Chair, Nominating Chair, Newsletter... Read more