Facts at a Glance

ARCS Foundation Atlanta
Facts at a Glance (2017-2018)

 

2017-2018 ARCS Atlanta Chapter Profile

Incorporated in 1992
Chapter membership includes 150 active members and 3 honorary members
Four approved colleges and universities – Georgia Institute of Technology, University of Georgia, Emory University and Morehouse College
Endowment balance (at October 11, 2017) – $474,626

 

2017-2018 ARCS Atlanta Chapter Scholar Awards

$385,000 in Scholar Awards distributed to 53 scholars at four recipient colleges and universities
Currently supporting 43 Ph.D. scholars and 10 undergraduate scholars

 

1992-2018 Cumulative ARCS Atlanta Chapter Scholar Awards

$4,945,000 million granted in Scholar Awards (1992-2018)
818 Scholar Awards distributed to 459 outstanding and deserving scholars

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2017-2018 ARCS Foundation, Inc.

Incorporated in 1958, there are 1,336 ARCS Foundation members (at June 30, 2016)
$4,821,555 in Scholar Awards distributed to 640 scholars attending 51 recipient colleges and universities in 2016

 

2017-2018 ARCS Foundation, Inc. Recipient Colleges and Universities

Atlanta                          Emory University; Georgia Institute of Technology; Morehouse College; University of Georgia

Colorado                       Colorado School of Mines; Colorado State University; University of Colorado, Boulder; University of Colorado, Colorado Springs; University of Colorado, Denver; University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus

Honolulu                        University of Hawaii, Manoa

Illinois                            Illinois Institute of Technology; Loyola University; Northwestern University; University of Chicago; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Los Angeles                  California Institute of Technology; Harvey Mudd College; Pomona College; University of California at Los Angeles; University of Southern California

Metro Washington     George Washington University; Georgetown University; Johns Hopkins University; University of Maryland; University of Virginia

Minnesota                    University of Minnesota

Northern California    San Francisco State University; Stanford University; University of California at Berkeley; University of California at Davis; University of California at San Francisco; University of California at Santa Cruz

Orange County             University of California at Irvine

Oregon                           Oregon Health & Science University; Oregon State University; University of Oregon

Phoenix                         Arizona State University; Northern Arizona University; University of Arizona

Pittsburgh                    Carnegie Mellon University; University of Pittsburgh; Penn State University

San Diego                     San Diego State University; The Scripps Research Institute; University of California at San Diego; University of San Diego

Seattle                           University of Washington; Washington State University

 

ARCS Foundation Atlanta Chapter: https://atlanta.arcsfoundation.org/

ARCS Foundation, Inc: https://www.arcsfoundation.org/

Thanks from Alum Alejandro Toriella, PhD, Assistant Professor, Industrial Engineering, Georgia Tech

Thank you very much for your support.  It meant a lot.  I had the opportunity to return to Tech as a faculty member last year.  I’m very happy to be back and hope I can advise a future ARCS scholar soon!

Thanks from Alum Tim Sampson, Postdoctoral Scholar at Caltech

I am immensely grateful to the ARCS Foundation and Turner Enterprises for making my award possible. I am honored to have been part of the talented and promising group of young researchers from the Atlanta-area!

Thanks from Scholar Kevin Yehl

"I was very fortunate to be selected as one of this year's ARCS scholars... I plan to pursue an academic career in chemistry... Your support will allow me to continue my biomedical research in developing novel strateigies to treat drug resistant cancers and cardiovascular diseases... Again, thank you so much for your support of the sciences and post graduate education, both of which are very important in keeping America competitive..."