The 2019 ARCS Foundation Atlanta Annual Meeting and Luncheon was held on Wednesday, May 8, at the Margaret Mitchell House. During the meeting, the membership approved the proposed Board slate, and Susan McGonigle explained how our partner universities select the scholars for the Atlanta Chapter.
During the May Membership Meeting, Nominating Chairman Sara Jean Burke presented the following leadership slate to the ARCS Foundation Atlanta membership. The slate was approved as presented. Congratulations to the new leadership team!
One of my favorite jobs as ARCS Foundation Atlanta President is making the site visits to all of our partner schools each spring. Organized by University Relations co-chairs Carolynn Cooper and Linda Kay McGowan, we travel to each school to meet with school officials and review ARCS guidelines and deadlines.... 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
The city of Pittsburgh has been remade and reimagined. Hence the theme of our next retreat: “Pittsburgh Alchemy – Steel to Digital Environments,” scheduled for May 13-17, 2020. Elaine Davis, Carol Stockman, and Janie Wilson have been busy planning behind-the-scenes visits to parts of Pittsburgh not accessible by the average... Read more
Sherry Lundeen will take the reins as President of ARCS Foundation National on July 1 for a two-year term. Sherry was selected by the Nominating Committee of ARCS Foundation after serving on the Board as the President of ARCS Foundation Atlanta, and as Vice President of Finance and Treasurer of... Read more
Our membership was educated and impressed by ARCS Foundation Scholar Elizabeth Sajewski during the January Membership Meeting. Elizabeth’s research work in Environmental Health Science at Emory University centers on the intersection of water infrastructure and infectious disease, with particular interest in using mathematical models to simulate enteric disease dynamics. According... Read more