Events Highlights

Recent ARCS Events

What our ARCS Phoenix Scholars Are Saying...

"I was very appreciative of the ARCS dinner in Phoenix.  It is rare that a student gets to personally meet and thank those who contributed to an award. Because the award is unlike most funding, I continue to be proud of my ARCS Scholar Award. Even after all these years, I still list it on my resume under "Honors and Awards."

Lucy Mullin - NAU Lauber Endowment Scholar

Lucy received her B.S. in Botany and her M.A. in Biology from Humboldt State University.  Her research explores how land management and climate affect forest health and productivity, regional water yield, and carbon sequestrations in southwestern ponderosa pine forests. She is developing techniques that link stable isotope analyses of water and cellulose to dendrochronological (tree ring) analyses, a novel approach that identifies the mechanisms that underlie interactions of forests and their environment.

Arianne Cease - ASU Johnston Endowment Scholar

Arianne received her B.S. in Biology from Oregon State University. Her research lies at the interface of physiology and the environment, specifically in invasive and pest species. She will develop integrated pest management strategies to help mitigate the devastating effects that these species have on huamn and ecological communities.