Since 1958, ARCS Foundation has provided funding for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) research to more than 10,500 men and women at top-ranked colleges and universities throughout the nation.
The brain is not only unique; it is also mysterious. Will there ever come a time when all the inner workings of the brain are revealed, and we can truly unravel its mysteries? ARCS scholar Sydney Boutros is moving us closer to that day.
Please joins us for the 2019 Scholar Awards Reception at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, D.C. The evening begins with a scholar poster presentations, appetizers and cocktails at 6:30 pm. Scholar awards, university speakers, and our keynote speaker, Dr. Steve Monfort, the John and Adrienne Mars Director of... Read more
NASA Astronaut and ARCS Scholar Alumna Completes First All-Female Spacewalk
LaGrange GA – October 21, 2019—ARCS Scholar Alumna Jessica Meir spent her workday on Friday, October 18, floating in space. Tasked with repairing a major power source on the International Space Station (ISS), Meir was accompanied by fellow American astronaut... Read more
Women in STEM honored for their dedication and contributions to national foundation
LAGRANGE, GA. October 8, 2019 - ARCS® Foundation recently honored 14 of its members for their work on behalf of the organization’s mission to promote science, engineering, and medical research at an awards ceremony during their 2019 All... Read more
This September several ARCS All Members Conference attendees traveled along winding roads surrounded by evergreen-covered mountains to visit Newport, Oregon, in hopes of spotting whales along the shoreline.
Members from each of the other 14 chapters arrived in Portland in September, as the Oregon Chapter of ARCS Foundation hosted the All Members Conference (AMC) at The Nines Hotel. Sherry Lundeen, the national ARCS president, led the All Members Conference.
Speakers from ARCS Oregon partner universities wowed the conference attendees from... Read more