Accomplishments of leading U.S. scientists illustrate the key role of ARCS funding
WASHINGTON DC, May 6, 2015 - ARCS Foundation (Achievement Rewards for College Scientists Foundation, Inc.), announced the ARCS Alumni Hall of Fame, honoring ARCS Scholar Alumni who have made outstanding contributions to the advancement of science... Read more
An exciting new on-line learning tool is now up and running on the ARCS Foundation website. PATS (Presidents’ Advanced Training System) Learning Portal will give ARCS Foundation leaders and members tools and techniques to help them do their jobs. A gateway to a variety of informative resources, PATS will also... Read more
New partnership funds 36 U.S. scholars pursuing doctoral degrees in life science
WASHINGTON DC, March 2, 2015 - ARCS Foundation (Achievement Rewards for College Scientists Foundation, Inc.) announced the selection and funding of 36 award recipients of the Roche/ARCS Foundation Scholar Award, which supports promising US Scholars pursing doctoral... Read more
In the Wall Street Journal, Michael S. Malone writes that grant recipients younger than 36 fell to 3% in 2010 emphasizing the important contribution of ARCS Foundation in the advancement of science by funding early stage research. Read about ARCS Foundation in the Wall Street Journal.Read more
Foundation Provides Cash Awards to U.S. Students Pursuing Doctorates in Science, Engineering and Medical Research
WASHINGTON DC, January 26, 2015 - ARCS Foundation (Achievement Rewards for College Scientists Foundation, Inc.) announced Friday at its National Board Meeting in Phoenix Arizona, plans to expand its number of regional chapters. Recognized since... Read more
Gray F. Moore, Ph.D. and ARCS Scholar Alum, recently accepted a faculty position at Arizona State University in Tempe. His new position as Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry represents advancement in his scientific career and research direction. Dr. Moore says, "I remain thankful for the early support I... Read more
New program will provide needed support for future life science leaders
Washington, DC and Little Falls, NJ (June 3, 2014): The Roche Foundation and ARCS Foundation (Achievement Rewards for College Scientists Foundation, Inc.) announced today a unique program to support outstanding graduate life science students at universities across the... Read more
Science and technology policy consultant Angela Phillips Diaz has been named chair of the ARCS Foundation® Science and Engineering Advisory Council (SEAC). She is joined on the 13-member council by three new members—industry executives Ray O. Johnson and Irene McGee, and space scientist Lennerd A. Fisk.
ARCS Foundation National has redesigned our National newsletter, ACHIEVEMENTS, to make for easier reading on your mobile devices. The Fall 2013 ACHIEVEMENTS newsletter is full of news that you should enjoy!
Scholars - From a new NASA astronaut to ocean eavesdropping, our scholars will impress you with their achievements.