Membership in ARCS Foundation Honolulu Chapter is all about camaraderie and commitment—the opportunity to join forces with other lively, intelligent women and help exceptional scholars reach their potential. Renew your membership today to invest in the promise of tomorrow. The ARCS Foundation fiscal year begins July 1; renewals are due by August 1.
Active – contribute your time and/or talent along with discounted dues
Associate – participate as your schedule permits without volunteer obligation
Sustaining – skip annual renewals with a 10-year membership
Junior – open to ARCS scholars from initial award through one year past post-doc
Friends – open to supporters who aren’t eligible or don’t wish to become members
How to Renew:
Download and complete the renewal form, available as a fillable PDF form or MS Word document. Mail with your check to the address on the form
OR Pay electronically, using link below, and email form to email@example.com
2011 Honolulu ARCS Scholar Jason Higa received the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa's 2020 Frances Davis Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching. Recipient of the Ellen M. Koenig Award in Medicine and the Honolulu Chapter's 2011 Scholar of the Year, Jason is an assistant professor in the Department of Anatomy, Biochemistry and... Read more
Sergey Negrashov is an ARCS Scholar at University of Hawaii at Manoa, who graduated in May 2020 with a PhD in Information and Computer Science. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit Hawaii, Sergey became aware of the severe shortage of protective masks available to healthcare workers and first responders in... Read more
2018 ARCS Scholar of the YearChris Shuler gave the inaugural lecture on HaloCampus, a ground-breaking digital platform that streams 3D holograms of University of Hawai‘i faculty to American Samoa Community College classes in real-time. Chris, a Toby Lee ARCS Scholar in Earth Sciences, talked about... Read more
Dr. Jennifer Salerno, Honolulu Scholar
“The 2009 ARCS Scholar Award allowed me to pay bills and living expenses so that I could cut down hours working at a restaurant to focus on my PhD research,” says the assistant professor in George Mason University’s Department of Environmental Science and Policy. She specializes in environmental microbiology, marine biology and coral reef ecology.
Dr. Diane Ragone, Honolulu Scholar
"I am proud to be an ARCS Scholar. The 1985, 1987 and 1988 ARCS Scholar Awards were critically important to my graduate education. Without this funding, I would have had to incur significant student loan debt," says the founder and director of the National Tropical Botanical Garden's Breadfruit Institute. "Thank you for all the incredible support for students in science. We need to support science now more than ever. "