By providing financial awards to outstanding US citizens
ARCS Inspires STEM opportunities in Georgia
At Emory, Georgia Institute of Technology, Morehouse, and University of Georgia
On November 21, 2019, the Atlanta Chapter celebrated with our 57 outstanding young scientists. They received ARCS Scholar Awards totaling over $461,000 at our 27th annual Scholar Awards Luncheon.
Emory University Scholar Elizabeth Sajewsky
Elizabeth Sajewsky, from Environmental Health Sciences at Emory University, focuses on the transmission dynamics of enteric pathogens and how vaccinations and food-safety strategies can limit the spread of disease.
I am hoping for a clear sky tonight, December 21st, so we can see the Great Conjunction, the near alignment, of Jupiter and Saturn. It will be the closest visible connection of the two planets since 1226 A.D. Naturally, this connection is all about perspective. It is... Read more
When ARCS Foundation Atlanta Chapter celebrates its 2020-21 ARCS Scholars this November, six of its 44 ARCS Atlanta scholars will not only celebrate their ARCS Scholar Award but also the generosity of ARCS newest corporate partner that sponsored their funding – BlackRock, Inc. BlackRock is the world’s largest investment management firm... Read more
We all know that ARCS Atlanta does important work and the results of our efforts speak for themselves. Over our 28-year history, ARCS Atlanta has donated approximately $6 million for almost 1,000 individual awards to students at Emory University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Morehouse College and University of Georgia. These students have... Read more