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  • All proceeds go directly to promising young scientists through ARCS Scholar Awards.
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ARCS Foundation Honolulu
P.O. Box 10052
Honolulu, HI 96816
 

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on sponsoring a named ARCS Scholar Award, remembering ARCS Foundation in your will or becoming a member or friend of ARCS Foundation Honolulu Cahpter, email ARCS Foundation Honolulu Chapter, or contact:

Honolulu Chapter President
Sui-Lan Ellsworth
ellsworthsuilan@gmail.com  |  (808) 386-4027
Membership Director
Patricia (Patty) Lee
leed089@hawaii.rr.com  |  (808) 230-0133

ARCS Foundation Honolulu Chapter is a 501 (c)(3) charitable nonprofit volunteer organization, taxpayer ID Number 51-0183563

ARCS Honolulu's East Iceland Connection

George Walker exhibit in IcelandThe ARCS Foundation name can be found in the oldest building in Breiðdalsvík, Iceland—on a koa bowl tucked atop a file cabinet that is part of an exhibit at the Breiðdalssetur Research and Heritage Center. The exhibit recreates the academic office of acclaimed University of Hawai‘i geologist George P. L. Walker, widely considered to be the father of modern volcanology. The bowl names him the Honolulu Chapter’s 1987 Scientist of the Year. The late Dr. Walker's international honors included Iceland’s Order of the Falcon (the equivalent of a knighthood) for revolutionizing understanding of the island’s geology..

Scholar Alum Lectures as Hologram

Christopher Shuler holographic imageHonolulu's 2018 ARCS Scholar of the Year Chris Shuler gave the inaugural 3D hologram lecture on the University of Hawai‘i's HaloCampus, live streaming information about his research on sustainable water resources to American Samoa.