Our fall was a busy time for ARCS. We had a successful scholar social that was enjoyed by both the scholars and the members. Thanks go to Sydney Fox for coordinating at PVCC. We had a fun field trip to Creighton... Read more
Dr. Joshua Daymude joins the Biodesign Center for Biocomputing, Security, and Society, and shares an appointment with ASU's School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence. He completed his PhD in 2021 at the School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering (CIDSE) at ASU. Prior to his professorship, he was... Read more
Congratulations to Tyler Sypherd! "Yesterday, I received notification that our paper, "Being Properly Improper" https://arxiv.org/abs/2106.09920 which is coauthored with ASU Professor Lalitha Sankar (my PhD advisor) and Google researcher Richard Nock, was accepted for presentation at the International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML) https://icml.cc/. Our paper is about making machine... Read more
The 46th Annual ARCS Scholar Awards Dinner brought together ARCS members, donors, friends and outstanding scholars in the sciences. The gathering at Phoenix Country Club was held on April 29, 2022. Co-chairs Kate Thompson and Ceda Austerman did a wonderful job of putting the event together. Beautiful floral centerpieces by... Read more
This year the Phoenix chapter is proud and honored to congratulate Dawn Carson Senger as our 2022 ARCS Light recipient. We are most grateful for her loyal service, energy, and ardent commitment to ARCS!
“My mother was an ARCS member in Phoenix and LA. She loved this organization so much... Read more
A bicycle country road tour in France was an opportunity for ARCS member Sheila Grinell to practice her French, a language learned decades earlier while she taught in Toulon on a Fulbright grant. Read about our wonderful member, Sheila Grinell HERE... Read more