ARCS Member Cecelia (“Cece”) Foxley’s face is now immortalized in a mural alongside a building in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. Foxley was one of 268 women honored as Utah’s most influential women—past and present.
Astronomer is recognized for his leadership and vision in the development of the Large Millimeter Telescope which was instrumental in capturing the first image of a black hole and confirmed Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity.
LaGrange, GA. February 9, 2021 – At the January National Board Meeting. ARCS® Foundation... Read more
San Diego State University (SDSU) postgraduate Dr. Joi Weeks dreamed of becoming a professor at her alma mater and mentoring young scientists to their fullest potential. But those dreams were cut short three months after she successfully defended her PhD in molecular biology. Joi passed away in September 2020... Read more
A winter hike through the icy Canadian mountains provided Dr. Jesse Salk the clarity he needed to crack the code in catching mutating cancer cells in their earliest stages. According to Salk, those frigid hikes gave him the space and time he needed to ponder ideas and theories.
“I’ve wanted to be an astronaut since I was five years old,” recalls ARCS Scholar Alumna Jessica Meir. “In first grade, my teacher asked us to draw a picture of what we wanted to be when we grew up. I drew an astronaut wearing a spacesuit, standing on the Moon... Read more