Alexa Cunningham, a high school sophomore, is a new member of ARCS, joining her mother Lara Cunningham and grandmother Caron Ogg to create a passionate three-generation trio energizing the Oregon Chapter.
Alexa’s interest was sparked when she accompanied Caron on a three-day trip to shoot the chapter’s video at three... Read more
ARCS Scholar Katie Schneider is a mechanical engineering graduate student at theColorado School of Mines. From leading her university’s Solar Decathlon team in the construction of the Mines Tiny House to managing over seventy collegiate students in the design of the winning house model in the... Read more
Most of ARCS Scholar Mariana Lanzarini-Lopes’s life has been impacted by water. When she was young, Mariana lived in Brazil, and water was delivered to her house in big blue canisters. Mariana wondered how people who could not afford it got their clean water. Now a fourth-year doctoral candidate in... Read more
Illuminate threats. Mobilize teams. Shepherd solutions. Research values such as these drive scholars in the Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University (ASU) to the forefront of discovery. ARCS National Board members learned more about the Institute during the National Board Meeting in January and witnessed firsthand how the convergence... Read more
The winter ARCS National Board Meeting was held on January 22–25 in Tempe, Arizona, with 46 leaders and guests from 15 chapters in attendance. For the first time, the meeting took place at an ARCS partner institution, Arizona State University.
Arizona State University (ASU) Biodesign Institute
NASA astronaut recognized for historic all-female spacewalk and research on International Space Station.
LaGrange, GA. February 10, 2020 – At the National Board Meeting in Tempe, Arizona, ARCS® Foundation announced that Dr. Jessica Meir, NASA Astronaut and researcher, has been selected for membership into the respected ARCS Alumni Hall of... Read more
ARCS Foundation has supported the future of science by providing financial awards to more than 10,500 of our nation’s brightest up and coming scientists. According to the Washington Post, science in America needs more help than ever. Click here to read the article. ... Read more
Victoria Cooley’s cutting-edge research on tooth enamel lies at the intersection between materials science and molecular biology. A third-year graduate student in Materials Science and Engineering atNorthwestern University, Victoria uses genetically engineered mice to study how gene deletions or mutations in genetic enamel disorders create small-scale... Read more