PhD student Ramin Tadayon, a graduate researcher at CUbiC, has been awarded the ARCS Foundation Scholar Award for the second year in a row. This highly prestigious award is given annually to students who demonstrate outstanding innovation and exemplary accomplishment in graduate research. Ramin Tadayon will represent CubiC as a second-year award recipient in the ARCS Foundation Phoenix Chapter for his outstanding graduate work. His research focuses on the design of serious gaming interfaces and feedback environments for at-home rehabilitation and training. This work includes the development of a smart training device, the "Intelligent Stick", which records motion patterns and assesses an individual's motor performance while providing vibro-tactile cues, and the "Autonomous Training Assistant", an interactive game in which a virtual avatar guides individuals through a series of trainer-assigned motion exercises.