ARCS Foundation Atlanta Chapter being recognized as one of Georgia Tech's most generous benefactors and welcomed into the The Hill Society of Georgia Tech.
Some Words from our Academic Partners
“Emory attracts some of the best and most promising doctoral students in the nation. These students are already making significant contributions to research and discovery and are rising leaders in their fields. Our academic community is enriched with them at Emory. My sincerest thanks to the ARCS Foundation for another year of this important partnership.”
Gregory L. Fenves President, Emory University
“Success is seldom a one-person effort. Thanks to the vision and generosity of the ARCS Foundation, thousands of our country's top undergraduate and graduate students have the resources they need to excel academically and then work in their sponsored fields, launching start-up companies, devising new technologies, and expanding our knowledge. Since 1992, Georgia Tech’s ARCS Scholars have been the recipients of more than $2 million from the ARCS Atlanta Chapter. Along with the student scholars, we offer our gratitude to the ARCS Foundation Atlanta Chapter, whose transformative philanthropy continues to enable our very best graduate students to realize their great potential.”
President, Georgia Institute of Technology
“ARCS scholar awards have supported the scholarly efforts of over 130 high achieving science and mathematics majors at Morehouse for over 27 years. It is an honor that each year one student will receive the prestigious Glenn Morehouse Leadership Award, recognizing both outstanding scholarship and demonstrated leadership skills. Building future leaders of the country is an important goal of the college.Through its support for both undergraduate and graduate students who aspire to careers in science or mathematics, ARCS Foundation is making a major contribution to increasing the number of American citizens who pursue careers in STEM. And, for that we are truly grateful.”
David A. Thomas
President, Morehouse College
"The University of Georgia is pleased to be a recipient of ARCS Foundation support for graduate students in the biomedical and health sciences. These prestigious awards not only provide significant and flexible direct financial support to the award winners during their training period, but also create invaluable life-long connections to the ARCS Foundation membership."
Dr. Jere Morehead
President, University of Georgia
Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering (AE)
Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory University (BME)
School of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE)
College of Computing (CC)
School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (ChBE)
School of Chemistry and Biochemistry
School of Biological Sciences
School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences (EAS)
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE)
School of Material Science and Engineering (MSE)
School of Mathematics
School of Physics
H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISyE)
George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering (ME)
The Georgia Institute of Technology is a public research university founded in 1885. The school’s motto is “Progress and Service.”
Georgia Tech is consistently ranked among the best universities in the United States and the world.
Morehouse College is a private, all-male, historically black college founded in 1867. The school’s motto is “Et Facta Est Lux - And there was light.”
The school is ranked in the Top tier among the Best Liberal Arts Colleges by U.S. News and World Report.
Paul D. Coverdell Biomedical and Health Sciences Institute (BHSI)
The University of Georgia is a public research university founded in 1785. It is the oldest of the state’s institutions of higher learning and one of several schools to claim the title of the oldest public university in the United States. The school’s motto is “et docere et rerum exquirere causas - To teach and to inquire into the nature of things.” BHSI is ranked in the top 50 science institutes by U.S. News and World Report.
Thanks from Monica Gerth, Research Fellow at University of Otago, New Zealand
My ARCS scholar award was tremendously important to me not just financially, but it was also a huge confidence boost/validation.
Thanks from Scholar Kira Newman
"I can only begin to express how grateful I am for the freedom to pursue an independent line of research without having to worry about how I will pay for the necessary lab supplies or training. This award is allowing me to answer broader and more valuable questions than I had previously thought possible... Thank you so much for your kindness, generosity, and belief in my potential as a scientist."
Thanks from Scholar Natale Sciolino
"Thank you dearly for your generous contribution to my scientific development. Your contribution has had a profound impact on me at both a personal and professional level. It is a privilege to be an ARCS Scholar, and with this support I will continue to pursue research that aims to advance Neuroscience."