AT ASU RESEARCH FUNDING HELPS GRADUATE STUDENTS REACH THEIR GOALS
For a chosen few of Arizona State University’s top graduate student researchers, the road to scientific breakthroughs just got a little easier thanks to the highly selective and unrestricted Achievement Rewards for College Scientists... Read more
On April 29th, 2021, many members of the ARCS Phoenix Chapter made a virtual visit to the University of Arizona, where we were able to see many of our UofA scholars via Zoom.We thank Dorian Voorhees, Associate Dean, Graduate... Read more
If you missed the board meeting, you missed the exciting news that we have received a gift of $100,000 from the Hostetler/Wrigley Foundation in honor of Alison Hunter Johnston. The money will enhance the existing endowment in her honor. ... Read more
ARCS Foundation Phoenix Chapter Field Trip to Northern Arizona University March 8, 2021 How Heather Mead Joined the Fight Against COVID by Sheila Grinell Biologist Heather Mead studies the pathogen that causes Valley Fever, an often debilitating disease endemic to the US Southwest but most common in... Read more
We wanted to let you know that a Phoenix Chapter scholar, David Knoff, will be the Featured Scholar on ARCS Foundation National’s Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram pages. #ScholarFeatureFriday
Phoenix Chapter ARCS Scholar, David Knoff from University of Arizona Biomedical Engineering PhD program is developing novel protein-based biomaterials for advanced... Read more
This year we are proud and honored to congratulate Christy Burton as the 2021 Phoenix Chapter ARCS Light. The ARCS Light is a distinctive honor that is awarded annually to a member who has given the highest quality of long-term service to the chapter.