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
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Life Member $150 dues + $150 obligation $300.00 USDAssociate $250 dues + $150 obligation $400.00 USDNew Sustaining (10-yr) + obligation $1,150.00 USDCurrent Sustaining/Life $!50 annual obligation $150.00 USD
In 1974, ARCS Foundation Los Angeles charter member Barbara Pauley invited prominent Honolulu women to the family's Honolulu property on the interior of Coconut Island in Kane‘ohe Bay to encourage establshment of a chapter in the islands. (Mrs. Pauley Pagen and her son later dontated the property to the University... Read more
In 1974, ARCS Foundation Los Angeles charter member Barbara Pauley invited prominent Honolulu women to the family's Honolulu property on the interior of Coconut Island in Kane‘ohe Bay to encourage establshment of a... Read more
No worries! You can watch the recorded program at your leisure. The 1980s Honolulu ARCS Scholar and 2023 ARCS Scholar Hall of Fame inductee talks about how she got interested in astronomy, why a high school chorus class was critical to her success, and the emotions accompanying the... Read more
Congratulations to Dr. Patrick Drupp on his promotion to director of climate policy for Sierra Club. The 2014 Honolulu ARCS Scholar joined the environmental non-profit in 2021 as deputy legislative director for climate and clean air. He studied marine geochemistry—focusing on the effects of climate change and ocean acidification on coral... Read more
We are relieved to report that ARCS Honolulu member and Maui resident Alanna Bodenstab and her husband are safe in the wake of devastating wildfies on Maui Island. Two homes in Alanna's Kula neighborhood burned in the Upcountry Maui fire (over an hour's drive from the horrific blaze that leveled... 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. "