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
ARCS Foundation celebrates more than $120 million in awards to STEM scholars.
LaGrange, GA. November 10, 2020 – ARCS Foundation, Inc. recently released its fiscal-year 2020 Annual Report— “Defining the Future of Science.” ARCS Foundation Scholar Awards are nationally recognized for their impact contributing to the strength of the STEM... Read more
Highest honor for volunteer work given annually to a member from each ARCS Foundation chapter
LaGrange, Georgia (July 2, 2020) — ARCS® Foundation is pleased to announce that it is honoring 15 ARCS volunteers for their work in promoting science, engineering, and medical research. The annual ARCS Light Award is... Read more
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
LAGRANGE, GA. November 20, 2019 – Achievement Rewards for College Scientists Foundation, Inc. (ARCS® Foundation) is pleased to announce that Mary Jo Whitehouse has assumed the co-presidency of the Northern California chapter as of July 1, 2019, alongside Christine Simpson Brent.
Whitehouse is a UCSF-trained physician and is board certified in... Read more
LAGRANGE, Georgia, November 22, 2019 – Achievement Rewards for College Scientists Foundation, Inc. (ARCS® Foundation) Seattle Chapter is pleased to announce that Sarah Watts of Seattle, Washington, has assumed the presidency of the chapter as of July 1, 2019.
Watts became involved in the Seattle Chapter in 2013 after being... Read more